Events & Programs
Upcoming Events for Alumni & Friends
Come out and experience OISE's vibrant and inclusive social community.
Many of our events are now offered in person, online or both.
In an annual conversation, our Black faculty discuss building belonging and the new Centre for Black Studies in Education.
Dr. Ella Karia walks you through strategies for exploring creativity to encourage self care, self discovery and stronger communities.
Explore the neuroscience of trust and how to navigate distrust. Gain tools and strategies to manage for and earn trust in workplaces and society today.
Dr. Hilary Inwood explores educational strategies to help individuals, schools and communities shift the focus from climate anxiety to climate action.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Dillon Browne helps you talk to children about complicated and sometimes distressing events in the world.
Tap into the entrepreneurial spirit! Learn how to see opportunity where others see obstacles, take risks, and turn new ideas into reality.
Join the community for weekly drop-in sessions to help you reconnect with your body, mind, and emotions.
Nurture your creative thinking, and learn to live better in today's world — in person or from the comfort of your home! Use promo code alumni for 30% off.
A free step-by-step online course to master LinkedIn, this exclusive resource for U of T alumni is available for a limited time (normally $125). Turn your profile into a recruiter magnet.
In partnership with Coursera and EdX, the University of Toronto offers free massive open online courses on cool topics from health to computing to Indigenous studies.
OISE Community Series & Podcasts
In a time of social distancing, it can feel challenging to come up with fresh ideas for teaching and entertaining children at home. Tune in to our award-winning interactive series for kids and adults alike!
Jeff Myers talks to his fellow OISE alumni and friends — changemakers, world class thinkers, movers and shakers — about the books they’ve written.
Healthcare leaders and scholars from a variety of spaces discuss success and setbacks to reveal the 'human behind the experts.'
A broadcasting community of experts and educators committed to knowledge mobilization in Canada’s K-12 and higher education spaces.
Education researchers working at the nexus of language, culture and identity discuss critical topics like racialized accents, immigration, and identity.
Youth participatory action research practitioners discuss the issues, opportunities and ethical dimensions of their field.