Visiting experts at the School of Cities are globally influential practitioners in civil society, the arts, business, media and government as well as emerging leaders and the global urban academic community.
Visiting experts at the School of Cities engage in intellectual, cultural and artistic exchange, nurture experimentation and new ideas, and support research, collaboration and knowledge creation across geographies, disciplines and communities.
Through their affiliation with the School of Cities, visiting experts will receive a variety of supports and contribute to a wide variety of educational and research initiatives.
Canadian Urban Leader
Early Career Canadian Urban Leader
Early Career Canadian Urban Leaders demonstrate leadership potential and capacity and are in the first 10 years of their current career path.
Urbanists-in-Residence are prominent global influencers practicing in civil society, the arts, business, media or the public service. They are committed to community engagement and have a clear project focus aligned with the School of Cities.
Faculty from other universities and research institutes who hold continuing appointments may be appointed as Visiting Professors to the School of Cities. Visiting Professors are engaged in urban focused research and/or teaching with a commitment to community engagement.
About the School of Cities
The School of Cities is a solutions incubator for urban-focused researchers, educators, students, practitioners and the general public to explore and address the complex global challenges facing urban centres. A living laboratory, the School leverages urban data and lived experience to improve policy and decision-making, and collaborates with communities around the world to make local decisions that make cities and urban regions more sustainable, prosperous, inclusive and just.