Revitalizing University College

Leslie Noble donates $50K to the UC restoration project

Drumming Up Support

U of T alum honours late father with a fellowship for percussion students

New Daniels Home Will Be a Boon for the City

Architecture alumni Jamie Goad and Catharine Tanner support the new building with $25,000 gift

Bringing History to Light

Alumna Joan Randall helps bring historically important documents to U of T

Courtesy of Henry Wu

A Commitment to Innovation

There is no limit to giving back – it’s boundless

Helping Students Boost Academic Skills

Donor Robert Gillespie knew from experience how tough it can be to study without help

Encouraging the Next Canadian Leaders

“In my experience there is no more effective cause than a university scholarship,” says entrepreneur and donor David Scrymgeour

“Proud to Support their Efforts”

Richard Rooney was always a staunch defender of New College’s “rather unusual design.” Now he’s helping students build a new plaza

“Innis Was My Oasis”

Mark Weisdorf took no classes at Innis, but the college’s Town Hall became the heart of his U of T community

Transforming Health Care

Pharmacists will be crucial to developing a more efficient health-care system in Canada

Athletic Champion

Kevin Reed supports the Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport because he believes in the life-altering benefits of athletics

Honouring a Mentor

Ophthalmologist Agnes Wong supports an award named for a doctor who inspired her

Courtesy of F. Michael Walsh

A Rare Find

A book collector for more than 40 years, Michael Walsh has acquired several thousand antiquarian volumes of western philosophy

Courtesy of Lorie Shekter-Wolfson

A Woman’s Place

Dorothy Shekter was often told she didn’t belong at university. But she persevered — and did some amazing things as a social worker

Photo courtesy of Beverley Salmon

Recognizing a Trailblazer

An award for black medical students honours a Toronto surgeon

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