Giving to the Department
The Department of Sociology is pleased to announce the establishment of six scholarships. Contributions to these scholarships are very much appreciated. Please make your donations at: https://donate.utoronto.ca/give/show/63 .
Faculty Legacy Scholarship Fund
Approximately 163 faculty members have served in the Department of Sociology from 1963-64 to 2012-13. They demonstrated academic excellence, achieved international recognition, and dedicated their energy to the highest standards of teaching and mentorship. This scholarship honors their important contributions.
S.D. Clark Scholarship
S.D. Clark helped establish the Department of Sociology at the University of Toronto, becoming its first Chair in 1963. He was a historical sociologist who made important contributions to the study of Canadian society, particularly in the study of social movements and the relationship between economic development and the development of churches and sects.
Ann Marie Sorenson Scholarship
Until her untimely death in 2013, Ann Sorenson was a dedicated teacher and administrator in the Department of Sociology for more than 25 years. She served two terms as Associate Chair, Undergraduate and was widely admired for her teaching of statistics and research methods.
Raymond Breton Scholarship
Raymond Breton, a long-time faculty member in the Department of Sociology, is Canada’s leading student of ethnic diversity. He has contributed substantially to academic research and pressing public policy debates on French-English relations, immigrant communities, race relations, aboriginal peoples, and bilingualism.
The Dennis Magill Canada Research Award
In honour of Professor Dennis Magill and his many contributions to the Department of Sociology, this annual award will support the best PhD dissertation or paper with a focus on Canadian society published or accepted for publication in a refereed journal by a PhD student in the Department.
The Robert Brym and Rhonda Lenton Scholarship
This scholarship will be presented annually, based on financial need and academic excellence, to a part-time undergraduate student majoring or specializing in sociology who is entering his or her third year of study.