Bousfield Distinguished Visitor in Planning
CURRENT BOUSFIELD DISTINGUISHED VISITING SCHOLAR –
ABOUT THE VISITORSHIP
The John Bousfield Distinguished Visitorship in Planning was established through a major donation to and a matching grant by the University of Toronto. The Visitorship honours John Bousfield, a distinguished Canadian urban planner now in his 60th year of professional practice, and enables the Planning Program to bring to the University accomplished individuals who can teach, give public lectures and participate in collaborative research projects on issues important to the field of planning.
The Bousfield position is intended to offer the visitors an opportunity for research, writing and reflection, while also enhancing the learning experience of students in the Program in Planning, providing diverse and innovative perspectives on contemporary planning issues and enhancing the relations between the Planning Program and the community at large.
Located in one of the most diverse cities in North America, the Planning Program offers its students a dynamic, interdisciplinary blend of practical knowledge and critically engaged theory. Information on the Program in Planning can be obtained from its website (geography.utoronto.ca/graduate-planning/).
ELIGIBILITY, EXPECTATIONS AND HOW TO APPLY
The Planning Program is seeking applications from practitioners and scholars who have substantial planning experience in public, private, non-profit or community organizations, in local, national or international venues. The program especially encourages applications from those whose experiences and viewpoints are underrepresented within planning.
The Planning Program can support a one-semester visitorship with a stipend commensurate with the duration and intensity of the period in residence at the University.
For requirements, please refer to the 2017-2018 Application advertisement: