Leading towards International Women's Day, join U of T alumni and friends for an intriguing lecture by Sarah Kaplan, Distinguished Professor, Director of the Institute for Gender and the Economy (GATE), and Professor of Strategic Management, at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management.
Join the international U of T community for its 20th annual Black History Month Luncheon, featuring guest speakers, musical performances, Guest of Honour Canadian sprinter Andre De Grasse, his mother Beverley De Grasse, and more. The luncheon is the capstone of Black History Month events at the University of Toronto.
Join us in conversation with U of T Alumni from the BIPOC community, as they share and reflect on their experiences in overcoming various obstacles and challenges while navigating the first few steps of their career journey.
Through the telling of her family's stories from a memory map of her childhood home, Dr. Brenda Wastasecoot, Assistant Professor at the Centre for Indigenous Studies at the University of Toronto, discusses the impacts of the Residential School policy and how it has affected generations of Indigenous communities, even years after the institution’s abolishment.
Join the Centre for International Experience in conversation with the Honourable Rita-Jean Maxwell (JD 2001), Judge of the Superior Court of Justice. Part of U of T’s Black History Month programming, Justice Maxwell will reflect on her international education, accomplished law career, and the significance of community building.
Join fellow alumni in Chicago to virtually celebrate Lunar New Year
Join U of T alumni and friends for an intriguing lecture by Shreyas Sekar, Assistant Professor of Operations University of Toronto Scarborough and, Rotman School of Management.
Join psychiatrist and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Dr. Abi-Jaoude’s as he discusses how to combat excessive screen use and promote healthier behaviours within your children.