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MESSAGES FROM DONORS
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.
Thank you, The City of Toronto for hosting the 2015 Pan Am Games.
Gave me the experience of a lifetime
This donation is in memory of Ottilie Oswald.
Great man, great family - fully want to support his legacy initiatives.
I completed my undergrad there. It was a great experience and was the basis of my career.
I am grateful for my education at St. Mike's and for being in residence at St. Joseph's for all four years.
UofT standards of excellence continues to impact and inspire my own career development. You have instilled confidence in my ability to make a critical contribution to society across the board.
It has made me a tough nut to crack
Wonderful later life learning experience
As a long-time post-doc / research associate at UofT, sharing time between the geology and physics departments, I met a lot of very interesting, talented people from around the world: very inspiring!
Thank you U of T Chem Eng for shaping who I am right now as a true global citizen who is ready to take on any challenges! In memory of the eventful five years at U of T
Thank you U of T for being the perfect runway for our dreams and careers to take flight.
U of T has given me so many great memories of my time as an undergraduate student!
Thanks to MSE and CUA for all the pain and laughter
Serving John C. Polanyi and James D. Watson at the China Star Restaurant late one night. And, running into John C. Polanyi walking towards the UofT while on my way to a Blue Jays game
Thank you UofT and Engineering Science for the great learning experience!
This is my annual donation made on Taiwan's National Memorial day in memory of the victims of the 228 incident. Today marks 70 years since that atrocity.
Thank you U of T for all the great memories. Thank you EngSci for helping me make some of the best friends in my life.
Graduating soon and I will miss UofT! Stay in touch!
U of T helped me make the best of friends
Thank you U of T for all the opportunities, joy, and suffering you have given me!
Grateful to Engineering Science for teaching me the true meaning of "Boundless".
Passionate about life and challenges.
Playing snooker the night before the Allied Health Aptitude Test and scored a 68%tile overall and a 97%tile in science and a 72%tile in math.
When I walked into the Fields Institute at the University of Toronto and showed the receptionist my patent #2820488 and results for playing chess on the computer, 1000+ win, 10 perfect and 18 game win
David SETO says, U of T changed my life when I was working as a notetaker for the medical students. ;)
My most treasured U of T memories were made at the fieldhouse, surrounded by my track and field buddies and Coach Carl Georgevski. Makes my heart happy to know that my daughter is doing the same thing!
Set me off on my career back in '93, then helped chnage my career when I started teaching there in '05
In memory of Kent Womack --- an inspiring researcher and colleague
I pursued a fellowship in Otolaryngology with subspecialty interest in Rhinology/Skull base surgery and Head and neck Oncology, with Dr. Ian Witterick. It set me up for a great career.
Passionate about life and challenges!
I'm proud to support one of the finest institutions in the Solar System.
The RN's in Valleyview are sweethearts.
A great place to develop.
This is to remember Mr. Adrian Hartog who passed away recently. He was a graduate of U of T and a great leader to many of us who worked with him in the former ATI Technologies Inc. RIP, Adrian!