Living in residence and on campus is not only convenient, but allows students to build connections, learn outside the classroom, and develop a strong campus connection. 


Residence Advisors

Residence Advisors (RA) at Graduate House assist in building community within the residence and providing residents with support and referrals in the event of academic and personal problems. They function as mediators in the event of conflicts between suitemates, program initiatives geared towards graduate students, and help ensure the safety and security of the building. Each RA is assigned a specialization that they focus on when programming and supporting students. The RAs work in close collaboration with other members of the residence life staff and the Graduate House administration to promote a community conducive both to study and to collegial interaction.

Nahla FadlelMawla
Courtyard, Floor 1 & 2
International & Global Perspective
PhD Institute of Medical Science

Lia Huo
Suites 302-354
Health & Wellness Community
MD/PhD Medical Science

Tao Wang
Suites 356-386
Toronto Community
PhD Physiology

 

Victoria Parlatore
Suites 664-674, 706-718 and 934-944
Gradhouse Community
PhD Higher Education 

C Level, 1st Floor, 2nd Floor

Amika Shah
Suites 610-662
Academics
PhD Health Policy, Management & Evaluation

C Level, 1st Floor, 2nd Floor

Joshua Tuazon
Suites 406-606
Professional Development
MD(c) Doctor of Medicine

Matthew Metcalfe
Suites 946-974
Equity & Inclusion
MSc Rehabilitation Science

 

Angel Badewole
Head Residence Advisor
PhD Chemical Engineering

 


Assistant Dean

The Assistant Dean, Residence Life & Communication (ADRLC) oversees the Residence Life program, Service Desk, and Communication for Gradaute House. The ADRLC is a live in staff member who is trained to support you with any level of emergency, including mental health support.

Kamadchi Karunanandan
Assistant Dean,
Residence Life & Communication