Department of English

University of Toronto

Directory Form

Departmental Directory Update Form:

Faculty, please use this form to update your contact information, when requested by the Department of English, or at any time this information changes.

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Given Name
Directory information is unchanged:
My information is the same as in last year's directory. (If you check this box, you may go directly to the submit button below.)
Rank: (choose from drop-down list)
Primary Office Location: (e.g., JHB 702) If no office, write n/a
Office Phone Number (e.g., 416-555-5555):
Office Hours: (days and times that you will be available for students - if this information is not yet available, please email your office hours to Sangeeta Panjwani by 1st September of the current year)
Secondary Office Location:
Secondary Office Phone Number:
Mobile or other Daytime Phone Number:
Home Address:
Home Phone Number:
UToronto E-mail for Department, Faculty and Students use:
The English directory is distributed to individuals listed in it for their own personal use only. Do you grant The Department of English permission to release home contact information to students as well?
Would you like to have your e-mail address listed in the U of T directory? (If yes, this means that your e-mail address would be available to students and public on-line.)
Faculty Photo (optional): (You may upload a jpg, png or other digital file for use on your webpage)
Additional comments and/or information:

Please note:  This form submits directly to Mrs. Sangeeta Panjwani, Department of English, Room 610, 170 St. George Street.  If you have any questions, please contact her directly at or 416-978-3190.

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