Academic Scholar Awards
Applicants must fill out the Disclosure of Professional Income Form.
Many Faculty spend time supervising graduate and undergraduate students. While there is no central, formal evaluation of this activity, supervisors are encouraged to collect information to include in their teaching dossiers and to help inform their own development around teaching roles.
Some sample evaluation forms for the roles of graduate student Supervisor, Advisor, or undergraduate project student evaluation are available below. These can be modified for different roles and circumstances. For example, one question states "Encouraged the development and evaluation of hypotheses" This may not be relevant for all student evaluations: modify or delete those that are not appropriate to your student interactions.
Grad Student Supervisor Evaluation
Grad Student Advisor Evaluation
Travel and Other Reimbursable Expenses – Policies and Guidelines
Please use the most updated Expense Reimbursement form.
Note that an expenses claim should be for a single trip taken or for non-travel expenses. These two expenses should not be combined.
Reimbursement will be received by the claimant no more than two weeks after submission, if all the necessary receipts and signatures have been provided.
Prior to submitting an expense reimbursement claim, please ensure you have completed the following:
Provided all original receipts. Note that credit card slips or statements are not valid receipts.
If your claim involves air travel, please provide all boarding passes and your flight itinerary. Electronic passes are not acceptable.
Number all your receipts and boarding passes.
If you have a foreign currency receipt and it was paid by a Canadian credit card (converted to CAD), please provide a photocopy of your credit card statement with your expense claim which provides the credit card’s conversion rate. Feel free to black out the non-pertinent items. Note that if you do not submit a copy of your credit card statement, we will use U of T’s conversion rates based on the date of transaction.
Completing the form
Print your full address, including postal code.
If the reimbursement is for travel, print the period of travel. If not, print the date of the transaction.
If the reimbursement is for travel, print the place of visit and the purpose of visit in the “Location and Description” field.
If the reimbursement is for a meal, please list all attendees.
Review policies related to alcohol expenses.
In the “Date prepared” field, fill in the date when you submitted the form and receipts to us.
Sign the form and print your name.
Obtain approval from your supervisor in the “Authorized approval” box. Print their name legibly.
Please provide the account numbers you will be debiting for these expenses on the expense claim, we will use this account information to pay the reimbursement.
Further detailed instructions are available on the Financial Services Department’s website
If you are missing a receipt(s) please complete the missing receipt form (available below).
Note that all original detailed receipts are necessary for reimbursement as per University policy, and by completing the attached form you are acknowledging that you will adhere to this requirement on future expense claims.
Missing Receipts form – PDF
Professional Values Policy
The Standards of Professional Behaviour for Clinical (MD) Faculty articulate the University’s expectations for the appropriately high standard of behaviour that is already exemplified by the majority of our clinical faculty. Read the Standards in full here.
Sponsorship of Education Programs and Events in the University of Toronto Department of Psychiatry
Approved by Senior Advisory Committee on December 13, 2018 
Active as of January 1, 2019
To ensure academic independence of all its educational programs and events and to avoid the perception of bias, the University of Toronto Department of Psychiatry will neither seek nor accept industry sponsorship of its educational programs.
The Department of Psychiatry will fund its continuing education programs through attendees’ fees, supplemental departmental funding, and assistance in kind from the University and Toronto Academic Health Science Network hospital partners. The development of curriculum, selection of speakers, or registration of attendees will at all times reflect the Department of Psychiatry’s academic independence and commitment to evidence-based science and practice.
This policy applies to all educational programs (including the development and delivery of educational programs delivered online) and events that are endorsed or advertised by the University of Toronto Department of Psychiatry, or that use the name or logo of the Department of Psychiatry in their promotion or communication materials.
 This statement does not reference philanthropic gifts resulting in a charitable donation receipt. These are regulated by the University of Toronto’s Provostial Guidelines on Donations
 Industry refers to for profit corporations with direct involvement in health. Non-profit entities will be considered on a case-by-case basis with review of their sources of funding.
Supervisor Appeal Process for Assessment of Teaching Effectiveness
The purpose of this new Supervisor Appeal Process for Assessment of Teaching Effectiveness is to provide fair, orderly, and expeditious resolution of faculty appeals relating to learner evaluations of faculty within the Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto.
The Appeals Committee comprises members of the Faculty Assessment Support Committee (FASC), which includes the Department’s Education Directors and is chaired by the Vice-Chair, Education, from the Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto.
To learn more about the FASC, please consult the FASC Terms of Reference.
For more information on the appeal process, please read the full Supervisor Appeal Process policy.