Donations – research and teaching

Headshot of Prof. Caroline Shenaz Hossein

Doors Open

A new network will support research excellence, mentorship and collaboration among Black scholars at U of T

Students walking across a hallway, with someone being pushed in a wheelchair in the distance, all in sepia tone except for one woman in a blue jacket walking down the centre

A New Era in Medicine

How a historic $250-million gift to U of T will transform medical education–and improve patient care

Alessandra and Paul Dalla Lana standing beside a tree with Alessandra's arms clasped around Paul's shoulder

Twice the Impact

Paul and Alessandra Dalla Lana give U of T a second $20 million for public health and health-care systems

From left: Jeff Reading, Howard Hu, Lee Vernich and Earl Nowgesic have all been involved with U of T’s cancer study in the First Nation community at Northwest Angle 33.

A Community Grapples with Cancer

Researchers at the Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health have teamed up with a First Nation in northwestern Ontario to solve a generation-old medical mystery

Photo of Tiff Macklem standing on the platform between two staircases

The Rotman School Scales Up

Tiff Macklem helped steer the Bank of Canada through the financial crisis, making it the envy of its global peers. Now, he aims to place the university’s business school among the world’s best

Students from the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study

Opening Doors

Gifts totalling $8 million for the newly named Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study will help position U of T as a global leader in the study of early human development

Janice Stein, founder and director of the Munk School of Global Affairs

A Global Affair

Armed with $80 million in new funding, the Munk School aims to become one of the top international relations programs in the world

Good Karma

Buddhist group Tung Lin Kok Yuen, gives $4 million to U of T

Embracing Korea

Centre for Korean Students established with $3.2-million gift from the Korea Foundation

Dollars & Sense

Deans, directors and principals report on how your campaign money has been put to work to create a better U of T

Allison Prole

Student Affairs

Donor contributions have helped make watershed changes to the student experience. How? Here are just a few of the thousands of stories

Progressive Programs

These three campaign-funded programs are enabling U of T students to experience unique learning opportunities

The Last Scene

Last scene of all...is second childishness and mere oblivion, sans teeth, sans eyes, sans everything

Heart & Soul

Alumni, like the 30 profiled here, have given to the campaign for diverse reasons. No matter what cause they support, their help serves one central purpose — nurturing students

Samuel McLaughlin, shown at his desk in 1954

A Driving Force

The R. Samuel McLaughlin Centre will fuel genetic solutions for the prevention and treatment of disease