Welcome to the Human Biology Program, a collaborative undertaking of the Faculty of Arts and Science and the Faculty of Medicine. The Program offers five undergraduate specialist programs and seven major programs to Arts & Science students.
A new e-learning teaching assistant position has been posted in our "Jobs at HMB" section. Deadline for applications is August 17, 2015.
The Human Biology Program's student unions, HBSU and NAUS, are pleased to host their annual BBQ. All HMB students are invited to join us on Tuesday June 16 from 11 AM - 1 PM in front of Hart House. Join us for good food and good company!
We are delighted to announce that Human Biology's own Dr. Bill Ju has been named the inaugural winner of the June Larkin Award for Pedagogical Development. This award, offered by New College at the University of Toronto, provides for a half course release to be dedicated to the development of innovative pedagogy or educational technology for use in classroom, community or field settings, and/or online teaching and learning.
Dr. Ju will introduce Digital Learning Portfolios assignments to a cohort group of students in a 3rd year Human Biology course as part of his project entitled "Moderated Online Reflective Experiences" (MORE) using Digital Learning Portfolios for successful student transitions.
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Ju!
The Human Biology Program is very proud to congratulate Dr. Bill Ju on being named a 2015 winner of the Faculty of Arts and Science Outstanding Teaching Award.
This annual award was created in 1993 to “highlight the great value of the Faculty… places on excellence in teaching,” and nominations stem from peers and student submissions. No more than four awards are presented each year, and the criteria that frames who will be selected from the submissions dictates that the winning instructors have the “ability to simulate critical… thinking [and] create an engaging and rewarding learning experience.” We cannot think of a better lecturer to fit this criteria than Dr. Ju. Congratulations, Bill!
To read more: http://uoft.me/JuTeachingAward