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MESSAGES FROM DONORS
UT and jointly with McGill (Ph.D ) gave me a good career with 6 patents, publications and awards. 3 patents were strongly "Disruptive" tech in high power electrical connectors and a new furnace design
My MASc in 1966 provided opportunity to enter the Engineering Profession in Canada.
Wonderful memories of Gull Lake Survey Camp 1967 - Art Leitch
I swam with the Varsity team 1970 to 1972. With the other swimmers, this was the best team experience I enjoyed in my sporting career.
So happy to donate for the Civ/Min CAMP Centennial. Survey Camp is such a unique experience, and we are lucky to have it as part of our engineering education!
Once I was a struggling mother of three. The University of Toronto has given me many years of support and joy. Now I want to give a little bit back.
Graduating from university was a dream in my life. And after my first attempt at another university fell through. It was even better the second time around. The people and support really made a differ
With the support I have from The University of Toronto-Department of Surgery, I am able to harness three very important achievements to unleash my mind and make my surgical inventions a reality.
I love being a Nurse and a Nurse Practitioner ~ I am grateful everyday for the best experience as a grad of the BScN 9T2 and PHCNP Programme 9T6.
My husband taught at the U of T for 40 years, and loved teaching his students and doing his research here. In this and other ways, life in our new country has been good for us all.
My adventure company is LIVING OUT LOUD thanks to the mentorship of many a fine professor at UofT
UofT made me confident in my abilities, and allowed me to connect to brilliant peers I otherwise would never be able to meet.
I learned some of my greatest life lessons through U of T Football. It led to me moving to the US to coach college football which led to me meeting my wife, having children, and living my dreams.
Happy memories of Devo North House and our mascot…long live the Ape!
At age 73, I am delighted to find that I can still study and write coherent essays. This inspires me to take on further challenges post-retirement.
UofT and St Mikes instilled in me the expectation that I could make a difference in the world. Be it in business, community, family - I was expected to lead, learn and enjoy life. I've done all 3.
Thank you Canada and UOT. I was given a chance to restart my life. I came as a refugee at age 18 and was given $10 as start up money to go look for a job. That was then.
I am very proud to be UofT Alumni of Chem Eng 75. As my 2 daughters and my son are engineers too following Mom and Dad's footsteps
U of T was a great place to spend 5 years of my life on graduate studies. The great professors and students helped make me the person that I am today.
prepared me for life on this globe
This pledge is in memory of Joyce Moran Roynon Dip PandOT 1970
UofT med school and ortho residency gave me the foundations to succeed.
Has directly contributed to my success in NFP management and my current role as CEO of the Canadian Bar Association. Thank you to mentor David Butler.
Proud to be U of T Alumni and be able to share the future success of our university.
Father (BSc 9T2, MBA 9T5) and son (1st Rotman BCom) laying wreath together for Remembrance Day 2017.
I graduated in 7T0 and trained at UofC in Orthopaedics. After Fellowship at MGH and Harvard returned to faculty. Now Professor Emeritus I had a great career in Education Service Research and Leadership.
It was a challenging year for Varsity Blues Field Hockey, but you had many successes to build upon.
Being an Assistant Coach for Kristine Drakich has been a tremendous experience for me. Kristine continues to develop the players, and the people around her, into positive role models in the community.
Being on the varsity volleyball team at UofT was an amazing experience that continues to teach me lessons in life.
U of T has been the right fit for our son’s academics and athletic interests!
U of T Varsity Fencing Team is great.
My donation is for St. Michael's College
I had a wonderful experience of teaching in the Woodsworth College Summer Abroad program in Hong Kong for 15 years up until my final retirement from the University. The Program was wonderful
Rowing is life.
Thank you the University of Toronto Faculty of Law!! It was a very rewarding experience studying here for 3 years!
U of T changed my life.... education is the universal key to success in life!
Thanks UTM, for giving my future a ray of hope..!!
I was able to devise a simple simultaneous equation for calibrating an instrument in one iteration.
In memory of Tina Orton (Faculty of Music) who inspired and touched the lives of countless students.
Just finished volunteering for IABS, and I had a very good time. I want to contribute to this centre!
To amazing memories and a truly world class education, proud to be part of the UofT alumni community!
U of T is where I met my best friends, and went from hardcore science to being a documentary filmmaker! It fuelled my curiosity and still does!
While his sudden departure still breaks my heart every day, having the privilege of learning from Professor Womack gives me a reason to smile in difficult times.
I am grateful to Trinity College for all their help; I was able to complete my degree with my class and proceed to a graduate program after a life-changing accident at the beginning of my 2nd year.
In honour of Joseph Michael Housam
Tina Orton made everyone feel welcome at the opera school.
After receiving a BA (Psych) @ Mcgill, I went to U of T in 1979 for a B.ED degree in Psychology. However, the U of T Guidance Counsellor suggested that I switch to Bus ED (IT). Best suggestion ever!!
In honour of Joseph Michael Housam
In memory we met in UT since 1970 and get together until this 40th anniversary