The Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation helps make our health system safer, more functional, more efficient and more accessible.
Fostering creativity and inspiring 21st-century learning and innovation.
Empowering a new generation of innovative leaders in Rotman Commerce.
A new institute is mobilizing a wealth of research and teaching expertise in Islamic studies.
Leading biodiversity, conservation and environmental research and education in Canada.
Exploring the farthest reaches of the universe and the most fundamental questions for humanity.
Graduate students move on to academic careers, delivering long term health benefits to the general population.
A global leader in understanding Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, Parkinson’s disease and more, the Tanz Centre for Research in Neurodegenerative Diseases offers hope for overcoming these conditions.
Preventing illness and disease through early nutritional intervention.
Envisioning a better future for cities around the world.
Exploring the impact of architecture and design on health and patient care.
Integrating new technologies and new modes of collaboration.
A highly flexible space, designed to modern exhibition standards.
Testing the environmental performance of green roofs, green walls, and solar photovoltaic technologies.
The dynamic heart of One Spadina.
Bringing together cutting-edge urban metrics and immersive visualization techniques.
Giving students a global perspective and improving health care in resource-constrained environments.
The addition of new seating areas will offer more opportunities for discussion, relaxation, quiet reflection or simply taking in the scenery. Join us in making the St. George campus a more welcoming and comfortable destination by making a gift that will be recognized on a bench in the University’s historic core.
UTAA gift continues century-long tradition of alumni support for St. George campus.
Stunning new gardens will ring King’s College Circle, creating abundant opportunities for students to study, relax and enjoy the outdoors. Help us beautify and revitalize our campus through a gift that will be recognized through naming one of the new gardens in the University’s historic core.
Granite pathways and the introduction of several new granite-paved plazas will make Front Campus and King’s College Circle more accessible and enjoyable for students, staff, faculty and the wider community. Take advantage of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make your mark by purchasing an engraved granite paver on the plaza outside Convocation Hall. With only 3500 granite pavers available, this is a unique opportunity to mark your connection to the University.
Trees contribute to cleaner soil, air and water, and provide vital cooling and shading during summer months. They also improve biodiversity by attracting a greater variety of birds, insects and animals. The Landmark Project adds more than 180 new trees to the Front Campus and areas surrounding King’s College Circle. Join us in making the St. George campus greener and more beautiful by planting a tree.
Centres for excellence are essential to the ongoing development of the School’s academic programs and enable us to provide an innovative and progressive business education that continues to compete on the global stage.