Alexandra Bolintineanu teaches in the Digital Humanities minor program offered by Woodsworth College.
Beth A. Fischer received her PhD in political science from the University of Toronto and specializes in international security and the psychology of decision-making. She is the Woodsworth One program co-ordinator.
Jon Johnson's research is focused on urban land-based Indigenous Knowledge in Toronto and their representation through oral and digital forms of storytelling and teaches in the Academic Bridging, Woodsworth One and First Year Foundation seminars.
Brock MacDonald is the vice-principal of Woodsworth College and the director of the Academic Writing Centre and teaches in the Academic Bridging Program and Woodsworth One and First Year Foundation Seminars.
Theresa Moritz has been teaching literature, as well as critical reading and writing skills, at the University since the 1990s. Theresa teaches in the Academic Bridging and Digital Humanities programs.
Thomas Socknat is the academic director of the Academic Bridging Program at Woodsworth College.
J. Barbara Rose was the associate director of the Academic Writing Centre that serves the academic skills and writing needs of students at Woodsworth College.