The Toronto Science Policy Network is a student-run science policy group which provides a platform to learn more about and engage in science policy.
Since July 2018, we have organized a variety of events (including workshops, public panels and talks) and advocacy efforts, engaging over 300 individuals to date. While we are a recognized campus group at the University of Toronto, we welcome members outside the university to join. Everyone is welcome, regardless of whether you study or actively work in the sciences, social sciences, or humanities.
Events & Campaigns
Throughout the year we host workshops, public panels and talks. In this past year, we’ve also led a few science advocacy campaigns too. Check back soon for details on our upcoming events!
TSPN Elections 2021-2022
Nominations are now OPEN for the TSPN 2021-2022 executive team! All positions are open for nomination, with the nomination period closing on July 4th. For more information, or to submit your nomination, click here.
TSPN Just the Facts: Affordable Housing, Homelessness, and Health
Read the summary of our panel with Mikaela Gabriel, Dr. Stephen Hwang, Dr. Andrew Boozary, and Victoria Gibson on Medium, or watch the recording on YouTube.
TSPN Talks with Dr. Julie Marentette
Missed our talk with Dr. Julie Marentette? Watch the recording on YouTube or read the summary on Medium.
- TSPN hosted Dr. Marga Gual Soler on Thursday April 8th, 2021 at 12pm EST for TSPN Talks Science Diplomacy. Dr. Marga Gual Soler is the founder and director of SciDipGLOBAL, […]
- On March 22nd, TSPN hosted a discussion about Canada’s housing and healthcare crisis with three leading experts in the field. Moderated by Victoria Gibson, the Toronto Star’s affordable housing reporter, […]
- On March 10th, we held a virtual TSPN Talks with Dr. Julie Marentette, Senior Science Advisor at Fisheries and Oceans Canada. This talk focused on the interface between science and […]
- In late February, TSPN hosted Dr. Monica Granados for a workshop on Open Science. Dr. Granados walked the audience through what open science is, why it’s useful and how we […]