U of T Alumni Celebration
Saturday, May 28 from 11 am – 12:30 pm in Convocation Hall
The Alumni Celebration takes place as part of the University’s annual Spring Reunion and will feature a keynote address by Dr. Mike Evans, U of T professor, doctor and health care expert.
“Dr. Mike” is known world-wide for his work in innovative health messaging to the public and his engaging health education videos have been viewed by millions of people on YouTube. Visit the Evans Health Lab website to learn more about the remarkable work being done by Dr. Mike and his lab to present medical evidence in a unique and highly engaging way to the public.
Dr. Mike was also a doctor at the Sochi Olympics, he started a medical school for the public at U of T, and his radio show on CBC’s Fresh Air is listened to widely. He speaks frequently about innovation, patient engagement and best health. Read more about Dr. Mike on his website and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.
The Alumni Celebration will also include the presentation of the UTAA Alumni Award for Community Engagement and a brief business meeting (UTAA AGM).
Keep the celebration going by joining us for a FREE BBQ from 12:30 – 2:30 pm on Front Campus, immediately following the event.
Both events are sponsored by the UTAA and all alumni are invited.
The UTAA encourages you to nominate someone you know for the UTAA Alumni Award for Community Engagement. This award will recognize a U of T alumnus/a who has made outstanding contributions to his/her community, and in doing so, has enriched the lives of others. The award description and Nomination Form are posted online.
UTAA’s Community Engagement initiative shines a light on alumni that add some impact to their community.
The Economist’s Canada Summit: UTAA members save 15%
The impact of new Canadian leadership on business
It’s a critical moment in time for Canada. After a decade of Stephen Harper’s conservative leadership, new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced new plans with regard to climate change, immigration and more.
What do these changes mean for businesswomen, businessmen and entrepreneurs with a stake in Canada’s future? Join 200 senior government and business leaders at The Economist‘s second annual Canada Summit. We’ll explore how Canada can capitalize on disruptive trends for global economic growth. Attendees will hear from speakers such as Canada’s Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau, who will deliver a keynote presentation.
For more information please click here to visit the Canada Summit website.
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Students are Looking for Mentors
Mentoring is a great way to give back. It helps students prepare for life after university, exploring career choices and developing the skills they need in the work environment.
Mentorship programs are offered throughout the University. All you need is a relevant background and a willingness to volunteer your time.
Take a look at these mentor programs and see if one is right for you.
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