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Welcome to the OISE Alumni and Friends website

Watch past events

In a recent webinar, Dr. Rumeet Billan explored the issue of trust in society today and offered participants tools for managing for and earning trust.


At a recent webinar, Black faculty at OISE discussed issues related to anti-Black racism in education.

Access our highly popular alumni webinar, Mindfulness Practice as a Training Ground for Resilience 



Events and Programs   

Come out and experience OISE's vibrant and inclusive social community. At this time, all OISE events will take place virtually for the safety of our community members. See what's coming up below!

Upcoming events



Watch online

Elizabeth's zero-waste winter solstice party: OISE Stay At Home Club

January 26, 2020

Mock Interview Mastermind: Young Alumni & Students

January 27, 2020

OISE Virtual Drop-in Circle with Gokoomis Jacque Lavalley

February 3,  2020

U of T Indigenous Mentoring Day

February 10, 2020

#BlackHistoryMonth: OISE Black faculty in conversations with our communities

February 11, 2020

Social: Organic Beer Tasting

March 5-7, 2020

OISE Virtual Graduate Student Research Conference

May 12-14, 2020

U of T's Teaching & Learning Symposium

Ongoing classes



OISE Wellness Program

Join us for weekly drop-in sessions to help you reconnect with your body, mind, and emotions.

Hart House Creative Classes 

Nurture your creative thinking, and learn to live better in a virtual world — all from the comfort of your own home! Use promo code alumni for 30% off.

OISE community series and podcasts 



OISE Stay at Home Club

In a time of social distancing, it can feel challenging and isolating to come up with fresh ideas for teaching and entertaining children at home. The OISE Stay At Home Club is a Twitter Live series that features alumni and friends of the Institute leading interactive lessons for children and adults alike.

Learning in a Time of Corona

OISE students Gauravi Lobo and Laurel Bingman help reveal the daily experiences of educators, parents and students living and learning in Mumbai and Houston during the coronavirus pandemic.

Chasing Encounters

Produced by PhD student Yecid Ortega, Chasing Encounters podcasts invites education researchers working at the nexus of language, culture and identity to discuss critical topics like racialized accents, immigration and identity.

Accidental Intellectual

This podcast, produced by OISE students, features conversations about success and setbacks with leaders in the healthcare space to reveal the 'human behind the experts.'


OISE Youth Research Lab's debut podcast brings youth participatory action research practitioners together in discussion about issues, opportunities and ethical dimensions in their field.

Never miss an OISE event again

Update your contact information online or call 1-800-463-6048, and we'll send you invites to upcoming events!