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Learn more about the faculty, students and alumni who make the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) a place to explore, enrich and expand your career and practice.
Independent Curator & Writer
Criticism and Curatorial Practice (MFA), 2015.
Technical Production Manager at Framestore
Digital Futures (MA, MFA, MDes), 2019.
Service Design Coordinator for The Housing Services Team at CMHA Toronto
Design for Health (MDes), 2018.
Interdisciplinary Master's in Art, Media and Design (MA, MFA & MDes), 2017.
Inclusive Designer, Community Animator, Performer, Artist
Inclusive Design (MDes), 2020.
Peer Facilitator at OCAD U Student Wellness Centre
Contemporary Art, Design and New Media Art Histories (MA), 2014.
Foresight Practitioner and Design Researcher and Instructor, Strategic Foresight and Innovation Masters program, OCAD U
Strategic Foresight and Innovation (MDes), 2012.
Graduate Program Director, SFI | Assistant Professor, Faculty of Design
Angela Bains is a Co-Founder and Strategic Director of TransformExp, an award-winning design firm.
Interim Graduate Program Director, IAMD | Associate Professor, Faculty of Art
Jay is an interdisciplinary designer investigating ancestral knowledges through inter-dimensional models of digital and physical environments.
Graduate Program Director, Design for Health and Inclusive Design
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Design
Michelle is a critically applied medical anthropologist specializing in health equity, aging, housing, policy systems, and co-design.
Graduate Program Director, Digital Futures
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Dr. Cindy Poremba is a digital media researcher, gamemaker and curator.
Graduate Program Director, Contemporary Art, Design and New Media Art Histories & Criticism and Curatorial Practice
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences & Graduate Studies
Dr. Suzanne Morrissette (she/her) is an artist, curator, and scholar whose interests include: family and community knowledge, the telling of in-between histories, and practices of making that support and sustain life.