The UTAA Annual General Meeting took place Saturday, June 1st from 11:00 am – 12:30 pm in Convocation Hall. The AGM featured a keynote speech by the University’s Chancellor, the Honourable Michael H. Wilson who addressed the University’s impact in mental health research and education. Chancellor Wilson spoke close to 550 alumni about the national and international leadership of U of T faculty members in mental health care, education and public policy and described the University as a ‘beacon of hope’ in the promotion of mental health. The full keynote address is available on the Chancellor’s website.
The meeting was followed by a free BBQ for alumni on Front Campus, which was generously sponsored by the UTAA. You can view photos from both events online.
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