SiR Scholars in Residence at UTSC

The Jackman Scholars-in-Residence Program (SiR) is an intensive 4-week residency in humanities and humanistic social-science research for upper-year undergraduates in the humanities, fine arts, social sciences, and life and physical sciences. Students live in residence while participating in faculty-led, research-focused workshops, excursions, and roundtable discussions.

The deadline for applications has been extended to 11 December 2019.  See the Call for Proposals for the 2020 UTSC Scholars-in-Residence program for further details.

2019 UTSC Scholars-in-Residence Projects

Supervisor: Prof. Andrea Charise, UTSC English and Health & Society

Social and Intellectual Networks in Early 18th-Century Europe 
Supervisor: Sébastien Drouin, UTSC French & Linguistics

Sound Symbolism of Gender in Personal Names 
Supervisor: Prof. Yoonjung Kang,  UTSC French & Linguistics

The Art and Science of Museum Objects 
Supervisor: Prof. Alen Hadzovic, UTSC Physical & Environmental Sciences

Seeing Potential: Asking/Investigating/Exhibiting the Malcove Collection
Supervisor: Prof. Erin Webster, UTSC Arts, Culture & Media

SiR is supported by the Office of the Vice-Principal Academic & Dean at UTSC, the Jackman Humanities Institute, the Vice-Provost Innovations in Undergraduate Education, the Vice-President Research and Innovation, UTM, the St. George Colleges, and Bader Philanthropies Inc. through Victoria University.