utmONE Scholars Common Hour

utmONE Scholars Common Hour. Banner. Students, staff, and faculty talking and listening at various events.

What is utmONE Scholars Common Hour?

A unique and important part of Scholars experience at UTM, Common Hour is a series of events that build your Scholars community and complement your academic activities by offering exciting out-of-class learning and networking opportunities. Exclusive to utmONE Scholars, the Common Hour series will include a number of events such as Social Nights with Faculty, Explore Research Symposium, and Networking Nights. The Common Hour will provide a regular opportunity for all Scholars, along with their instructors and upper-year Scholars, to explore their academic interests while building a strong Scholars community and a foundational support network for the forthcoming years.  

Common Hour Events 2018-19

Joint Faculty Panel – February

Get to know Scholars professors professionally and personally while exploring the role of research in today’s world in addressing critical/global issues.  

Research Opportunities Fair – February

Learn about the importance of building research skills and various research opportunities for undergraduate students offered by UTM.

Graduate Student Symposium – March

Get a glimpse of research in action and learn how PhD students develop their research focus and methodologies at a graduate research symposium organized exclusively for you.

Calling All Scholars! Networking Night – March

Celebrate the end of your first year with fellow current and past Scholars students and benefit from exploring the experiences of upper year Scholars progressing through their degrees. 

Stay tuned: more infomation will be posted soon. 


For all of your questions about utmONE Scholars Common Hour support, please contact Sveta FrunchakStudent Success Coordinator: Academic Initiatives

Sveta Frunchak
Student Success Coordinator, Academic Initiatives
Email: sveta.frunchak@utoronto.ca
Phone: 905-569-4567

Room 2091, William G. Davis Building