Current Graduate Students
Most administrative functions for Anthropology graduate students are handled by the Department of Anthropology at the St. George campus located in downtown Toronto, except for Teaching Assistant employment.
Teaching Assistant Employment
Job postings for UTM Anthropology Teaching Assistant positions are available via the Teaching Assistant - Unit 1 page under the Jobs section of our website.
UTM Affiliation and Amenities
Graduate students are not automatically affiliated with UTM if they have UTM faculty supervisors.
View the Perks of Graduate Student Affiliation (PDF) for benefits of affiliating with UTM.
If you are interested in requesting affiliation with UTM, please visit the Campus Affiliation page hosted by the Office of the Vice-Dean, Graduate, UTM.
UTM Anthropology Graduate Carrels
UTM Anthropology has a limited number of carrel desks available for UTM-affiliated Anthropology graduate students to use. However, due to the on-going precautions required to prevent spreading of COVID-19, the use of the carrels are suspended until further notice.
Our hope is to be able to re-open these spaces in the future. For future use, please note that graduate desk assignment is not automatic, so please contact the Departmental Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information about the process. Please note that desks are typically shared due to the limited number available, so you should not expect to have an unshared desk.
Please remember that all in-person meetings should be avoided. However, if an in-person meeting is required, Teaching Assistant work and meetings with students may take place in assigned TA office spaces and physical distancing and face masks should be worn, and should not take place in the carrel area.
UTM Graduate Lounge
The UTM Association of Graduate Students (UTMAGS) has a lounge for UTM-affiliated graduate students. The lounge is located in Room DV 2068B. Visit the UTMAGS Graduate Lounge web page for more information.
Ontario Archaeological Society (OAS)
The Valerie Sonstenes Student Research Fund is intended to support student research that relates to and advances knowledge of Ontario’s archaeological record. This fund provides a student with a small grant (up to $1000.00) to assist them in undertaking new research for Honour’s, Master’s, or PhD projects. To eligible for consideration, completed application packages must be submitted by February 22nd, 2021. View the application, instructions and criteria.
Links for Graduate Students
U of T Links:
- Graduate Events Calendar on the Office of the Vice-Principal Academic and Dean website
- Events and Services for Graduate Students (Robert Gillespie Academic Skills Centre)
- UTM Association of Graduate Students (UTMAGS)
- Career Centre Resources for Graduate Students
- Library (Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre)
- Recreation, Athletics & Wellness Centre
- Health & Counselling Centre
- Shuttle Bus Information