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MESSAGES FROM DONORS
Thank you the Univeristy 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
Just want to leave my foot print where I started in 1970 my dream in life
Thankful for the opportunities I've received since graduating from U of T
The outstanding faculty members have led to my career.
Graduation from U of T opened doors which lead to many adventures including becoming a Founder and 2nd Director of Dalhousie's School of Occupational Therapy.
U of T introduced me to the world. It made me a better person, a smarter person, a giving person, a proud alumnus, a humbled Canadian, and a stronger snooker player. Be your best, and give back.
I have a lot of great memories of classmates and staff over the course of four years. Those were great times in my life and I'm thankful for them.
I have tremendously benefited from the education I received in the Rotman PhD program.
Thank you SDS! I am glad to be a student in this major!
The Blue Sky Solar Racing team achieves so much, from design and testing, to advancement and marketing, to travel logistics and racing. They're an inspiration!
This donation is in honour of Dr. Endel Tulving. His theories provided the foundation for the field of memory research and his mentorship has elevated the lives of his students. Thank you, Endel.
I am just incredibly grateful to work with such kind, supportive, and positive people. Really makes all the difference.
Good education can change one's life; Good life can change the world
Thank you U of T Commerce, 1981 for giving me finance skills that I use all the time !!
U of T is always near and dear to my heart. Happy to give!
I would like others to have the opportunity to receive the care I received from Dr. Rosen and am making this donation for that reason.
Supporting U of T students is what brings me back to this web page each year.
I'm saddened to hear of the sudden loss of Helen, my thoughts go out to her family.
Impressed with the TAAAC initiative - real world benefit.
Proud to be U of T graduate for nearly 40 years now. Over past years I've enjoyed sharing/giving back by assisting in Orthotic Labs (OS and OT). Thanx.
In memory of my previous TA Helen Mo. Thank you for being a patient TA. You helped me so much. Rest In Peace.
In memory of Helen Mo. Thank you for all the ways you brought joy and laughter into our world and to everyone around you. You will be dearly missed. Rest in peace.
U of T represents my home away from my childhood home, where I developed my mind as an adult. It continues to shape my experience as a Torontonian, Canadian and humanist who cares about this planet.
I am grateful for the start U of T gave my personal and professional life. My student years are described in my memoir "Flight and Refuge. Reminiscences of a Motley Youth" (Amazon 2016)
I want to make a positive difference and contribute to science
I like UTM Gym and would definitely like to be successful with career.
I was at St. Mike's in the early 90s and cash-strapped. I received financial assistance and when I was told that I would be receiving a bursary, I was asked not to forget St. Mike's and I haven't.
I came to U of T after getting sick with Schizophrenia. I always wanted to get a degree, and after 9 years I got my Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Accessibility Services helped me a lot and U of T
In memory of Helen Mo: A caring daughter, perfect wife and beloved friend. Always and forever in our hearts.
U of T changed my life by exposing me to top-notch professors. I did graduate work in the US at Ivy League universities and U of T was better, IMHO.
I'm grateful for the opportunities I was presented with at UTSC and being the first in my family to graduate with a degrees places the university in a special place in my heart.
It was a wonderful time to be at the U of T. I was in Home Economics, a four year honors course - full of sciences. The U of T stands with the "Ivy League" schools in the US. I am a proud graduate!
In late 1981, Dr. Spooner kindly provided guidance to a 4th year University of Windsor geology student (me) concerning his thesis on fluid inclusion analysis of the Nanisivik zinc mine. Many thanks!
All the Bandlers are so proud to be included as Friends of Patrick's
[My memories include] Research on the street and spotting Paul Beeston, the owner of the Toronto Blue Jays.
First concert I saw was at Massey Hall where I saw the G3 2003 Tour with Steve Vai.