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CSS’ Occasional Paper Series focuses on scholarship issues relevant to higher education student learning, development and success, with a purpose of drawing attention to particular aspects of student learning and development (for example: retention, access, involvement, stress, leadership, spirituality, etc.) or particular populations (women students, students with disabilities, older students, international students, commuter students, students of colour/racialised minority students, etc.). 

Submissions are invited by the Director, and papers will be broadly disseminated within and beyond the University of Toronto community. Individuals or groups interested in contributing work to the Occasional Paper Series may submit a proposal (maximum 1,000 words) along with a CV for consideration by the Director. Authors of successful proposals will be contacted by the Centre. Please send all submissions to the attention of Stephanie Gomes, Programming and Communications Assistant, CSS; full contact information is available here.  




As part of its stated objectives, the Centre for the Study of Students (CSS) at the University of Toronto will present a series of seminars known as Assessment Exchanges. These monthly discussions will bring together faculty, students and staff from Toronto’s universities and colleges with the aim of exploring ideas and issues related to assessment in postsecondary education. Each Exchange will be supported by a facilitator, and discussions will be recorded for archival and reference purposes.

CSS is pleased to invite proposals for future AE topics from members of the postsecondary education community. Those who submit successful proposals will be contacted regarding participation as a facilitator. Proposals should briefly (750 words maximum) present the topic, as well as identify potential audiences and suggest relevant research questions. E-mail your proposal to css.info@utoronto.ca. Please include your curriculum vitae along with the proposal.


Visit our Events page for a listing of upcoming Exchanges.



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