Below is a few ways to get involved in programs and activities related to the Ethics, Society & Law Program.
Mindful is an undergraduate journal affiliated with the Ethics, Society & Law (ES&L) Program at Trinity College. The undergraduate ES&L program is distinctively interdisciplinary, emphasizing and engaging with issues that have both theoretical and practical resonance. Mindful has a similarly interdisciplinary mission: the journal seeks to gather excellent undergraduate papers in a range of fields that address topics that are relevant to society today.
|Mindful 2020-2021 (online PDF)|
|Mindful 2019 (digital version)|
|Mindful 2018 (PDF)|
|Mindful 2017 (PDF)|
|Mindful 2015 (PDF)|
|Mindful 2014 (PDF)|
|Mindful 2013 (PDF)|
|Mindful 2012 (PDF)|
|Mindful 2008 (PDF)|
|Mindful 2007 (PDF)|
|Mindful 2006 (PDF)|
The Trinity College Undergraduate Research Conference is an interdisciplinary annual conference that gives Trinity students the opportunity to present their research in an academic setting. This is also a unique opportunity for Trinity students and faculty of the university to meet and discuss related topics of interest outside of the classroom.
Ethics, Society & Law Students’ Association is the undergraduate course union for the Ethics, Society & Law Program at the University of Toronto. We are open to any student who is interested in this program.
The U of T Learning Abroad website has a searchable listing of international opportunities, answers to FAQs and student stories.
I always know that in my ES&L courses, I will be met with friendly faces and people wanting to help each other out.
I have loved the ability to be in a smaller program at U of T, where I do not feel like just a number in the sea of students!
- Ashley Hope Hilton, Class of 2022 (Victoria College), BA (Ethics, Society & Law and Socio-Cultural Anthropology ), UTSLA 2022 Recipient