Joe Weider Foundation establishes the Leadership Development Lab at Rotman
A $3 million gift from a prominent name in health and fitness will strengthen the self-development program at the Rotman School of Management.
Gift helps establish soft-skills research unit at Rotman
A gift from Richard Nesbitt has helped launch the Mind Brain Behaviour Hive at the Rotman School of Management.
Remembering Joseph L. Rotman (1935-2015)
Mr. Rotman, who was one of Canada’s leading innovators and philanthropists, died in Toronto on January 27th, just weeks after his 80th birthday. He leaves a great legacy in a wide array of fields, including business, health care, the arts and higher education.
Marcel Desautels, Judy Matthews AFP award recipients this year
Desautels receives the Outstanding Philanthropist award from the Greater Toronto Chapter of the Association of Professional Fundraisers (AFP). Judy Matthews receives the Outstanding Volunteer award from AFP.
Boundless campaign announces new milestone at U of T Innovation and Entrepreneurship Panel
The new Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport provided a magnificent setting to celebrate the Boundless campaign’s success in passing the three-quarter mark towards its $2-billion goal.
Rotman teams up with CIBC to enable more women leaders in financial services
A gift from CIBC to the Rotman School of Management will help address the ongoing challenge facing the financial services industry: its ability to encourage women to take on and excel in leadership positions.
David Scrymgeour, helping inspire a new generation of innovation leaders
David Scrymgeour (BCom 1979) calls his commerce degree the foundation of his successful career as an entrepreneur. His $1.5-million gift to endow the Building Canadian Leaders Matching Scholarship Program is aimed at supporting the next generation of entrepreneurs like him.
Creative Destruction Lab – turning ideas into reality
Backed by eight visionary partners, the Creative Destruction Lab at the Rotman School of Management aims to turn new technologies into profitable businesses.
$15-million commitment launches new era at U of T’s Rotman School of Management
The Rotman School of Management’s expansion has officially opened. The new space doubles the amount of teaching, research, study, presentation and special event space.