New in 2008,The Dynamics of Global Change
(DGC) is a multi-disciplinary
doctoral program at the new Munk School of Global Affairs at the University
of Toronto that explores the
frontiers of global change across a
wide range of issues. In a rapidly
evolving, complex, and loosely
structured global system, it is
essential to understand the sources,
structure and pace – in short, the
dynamics – of change. From their home departments, students may take up questions from their own disciplines, then explore them through the kaleidoscopic perspective created by multi-disciplinary collaboration.
**Please note the DGC program will no longer be accepting applications. The program is set to close next year.
DGC student Rumeet Toor honoured as one of Canada's Most Powerful Women 2011
The Canada’s Most Powerful Woman: Top 100 Awards is Canada’s most recognizable Award for the country’s highest achieving female leaders in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. The 28 year old social entrepreneur, educator, and doctoral student will be celebrated December 1, 2011, at the Top 100 Awards Gala Dinner at the Allstream Centre in Toronto. The theme of this year’s Summit is the Power of Connected Leadership. Details are available at top100women.ca.
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Applications for fall 2012 are now open! Please see our admissions page for more information.
NEW! The Department of Engineering- PhD in Chemical Engineering is now part of the DGC program!
PHOTOS from Short Course taught by Bettina von Lieres!
This course featured guest speakers from PRIA.
Rajesh Tandon, President of PRIA and Martha Farrell , Director of PRIA
Affiliated Partners of the DGC
Institute of Medical Science
Department of Political Science
Department of Geography & Planning
Department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, Faculty of Medicine
Program in Adult Education
Department of Adult Education & Counselling Psychology, OISE
Program in Education Administration
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Management