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Virtual Hub for U of T Alumni

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Keep learning and exploring on our virtual hub for U of T alumni, where U of T experts from our three campuses share their insights on everything from cosmology and careers to music and mindfulness. Pumped to get moving? Want to catch up with U of T experts? Just curious? It's all online and we're always adding new webinars, events, concerts, workouts and more.

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Black History Month

Carl Mitchell Community Impact Award Nominations

Now till March 31, 2023. Do you know an involved U of T alum who has had a positive impact on equity, diversity, and inclusion in their community? Nominate someone to be recognized for their outstanding volunteer efforts. This award honours the legacy of Carl Mitchell, a dedicated alumni volunteer. 

Black History Month Symposium

February 6, 2023. Join the U of T Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office for performances, remarks, and a panel discussion with Black leaders in post-secondary education, focused on What Has Changed: The Role of Attitudinal Barriers to Advancing Black Inclusion.

The Intersecting Identities that Inspire Our Excellence

February 9, 2023. Join us we bring together a panel of Black-identifying professionals demonstrating excellence in their respective fields, from art to sport to business. Panelists will share how their array of intersecting identities inform their work.

Presented by: Dalla Lana School of Public Health

An International Conversation with Christopher Thompson

February 15, 2023. Tune in for a conversation with alum Christopher Thompson, Executive Director of the Federation of Black Canadians. Drawing from his own professional and personal experiences as a Black community leader, he will share insights on working in the non-profit sector and being a social entrepreneur. In partnership with U of T alumni and the Centre for International Experience.

Our Stories: Black History Month 

February 15, 2023. Listen to the lived experiences of three U of T students as they share their unique stories as part of Black History Month. Hosted in collaboration with the UTSC International Student Centre, St. George Centre for International Experience & UTM International Education Centre.

Celebrating the Work & Life of Denyse Thomasos

February 15, 2023. Join fellow U of T alumni and friends for a reception and special presentation on the work and life of Trinidadian-Canadian painter and alumna, Denyse Thomasos (1964 – 2012).

Black Health Leaders Recognition Ceremony

February 16, 2023. Attend the Dalla Lana School of Public Health’s inaugural recognition ceremony in honour of outstanding Toronto-based Black leaders in the field of public health and health systems.

Presented by: Dalla Lana School of Public Health

Black Ice Screening and Discussion

February 22, 2023. A screening and discussion of award-winning film, "Black Ice" with filmmaker Hubert Davis, Professors Simon Darnell and Janelle Joseph. Moderated by Dalton Higgins. 

Presented by: Innis College | Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education

Hip Hop Education Community Connector Chats

February 23, 2023. Learn about Hip-Hop and dive deeper into conversation about its history, present, and future with Marcus Singleton a.k.a. iomos marad at Hart House! These in-person and virtual drop-in chats are meant to be organic conversations to share knowledge and questions. 

Presented by: Hart House

Black History Month Luncheon

February 24, 2023. U of T Alumni Relations hosts as the annual Black History Month Luncheon returns . Enjoy prizes, performances, and a keynote address from Cameron Bailey, CEO of the Toronto International Film Festival. With a special guest appearance from spoken word artist Eddie Lartey.

Nation Building through Poetry: A Poet Laureate Cypher

February 28, 2023. Join current and former Poet Laureates Titilope Sonuga, Randell Adjei and Rebecca Thomas to discuss the impact of spoken word poetry as a method for nation building, marking major events and raising awareness about literary arts in general. Hosted in-person by the U of T Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office and Hart House. 

Presented by: Hart House
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Upcoming Online Events

SRI Seminar Series

January 18 - April 5, 2023. Join the Schwartz Reisman Institute's interdisciplinary research community to learn about cutting-edge research at the intersection of technology and society and the implications of new technologies like AI systems. Registration is free!

Ethics of COVID Series

Ongoing. Join the Centre for Ethics for an interdisciplinary series of online events featuring short video takes on the ethical dimensions of the COVID crisis.

Carl Mitchell Community Impact Award Nominations

Now till March 31, 2023. Do you know an involved U of T alum who has had a positive impact on equity, diversity, and inclusion in their community? Nominate someone to be recognized for their outstanding volunteer efforts. This award honours the legacy of Carl Mitchell, a dedicated alumni volunteer. 

Alumni Career Series: Turn Dreams Into Reality

January 31, 2023. Stephan Dyer (BCom 2010) will share how he successfully pursued his career in stand-up comedy using transferrable skills and strengths, after leaving a leadership role in the banking industry. Join this webinar to reflect on how you can turn your dreams into reality.

Black History Month Symposium

February 6, 2023. Join the U of T Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office for performances, remarks, and a panel discussion with Black leaders in post-secondary education, focused on What Has Changed: The Role of Attitudinal Barriers to Advancing Black Inclusion.

Ethics in an Age of Uncertainty

February 8, 2023. Join us at our monthly Skule Lunch & Learn event as Professor Robert Irish discusses the role of ethics in engineering education and the profession. 

Presented by: Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering

Digital Health Start-Ups, 2023 edition

February 8, 2023. Here's an opportunity to explore successful digital health start-ups and what's ahead from a group of industry experts who have established successful start-ups in digital health. 

Presented by: Rotman School of Management

International Corporate Partnerships with U of T

February 9, 2023. A panel discussion will bring together leaders from academia and industry to explore the topic of academic-corporate partnerships through the lenses of partnership development, implementation, governance, and policy. 

The Intersecting Identities that Inspire Our Excellence

February 9, 2023. Join us we bring together a panel of Black-identifying professionals demonstrating excellence in their respective fields, from art to sport to business. Panelists will share how their array of intersecting identities inform their work.

Presented by: Dalla Lana School of Public Health

An International Conversation with Christopher Thompson

February 15, 2023. Tune in for a conversation with alum Christopher Thompson, Executive Director of the Federation of Black Canadians. Drawing from his own professional and personal experiences as a Black community leader, he will share insights on working in the non-profit sector and being a social entrepreneur. In partnership with U of T alumni and the Centre for International Experience.

Our Stories: Black History Month 

February 15, 2023. Listen to the lived experiences of three U of T students as they share their unique stories as part of Black History Month. Hosted in collaboration with the UTSC International Student Centre, St. George Centre for International Experience & UTM International Education Centre.

Black Health Leaders Recognition Ceremony

February 16, 2023. Attend the Dalla Lana School of Public Health’s inaugural recognition ceremony in honour of outstanding Toronto-based Black leaders in the field of public health and health systems.

Presented by: Dalla Lana School of Public Health

28th Governor General of Canada on Empathy

February 16, 2023. Tap into the transformative power of empathy to change the lives of individuals, families, communities, and nations. David Johnston presents how to appreciate the inherent goodness of people and exercise the instinct for kindness.

Presented by: Rotman School of Management

Eric Krause Memorial Lecture 2023

February 16, 2023. In his lecture, Recovery of our Natural Origins Ohonthon Taliwahdegwen "words which come before all else", Dr. William Woodworth Raweno:kwas explores how the Haudenausaunee have been practicing a powerful offering to the natural world for centuries.

Plan and Deliver Complex Projects on Any Scale

February 21, 2023. Be inspired and learn practical tips, tools, and strategies to successfully plan and deliver ambitious, complex projects on any scale with one of the world’s leading megaproject experts and New York Times bestselling author.

Presented by: Rotman School of Management

Black Ice Screening and Discussion

February 22, 2023. A screening and discussion of award-winning film, "Black Ice" with filmmaker Hubert Davis, Professors Simon Darnell and Janelle Joseph. Moderated by Dalton Higgins. 

Presented by: Innis College | Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education

Alumni Career Series: Creating a Compelling Grad School Application

February 22, 2023. This webinar will help you prepare an outstanding application to be admitted to competitive graduate programs. As a highly regarded higher education professional, Teo Salgado (HBA 1997 Arts & Sci.) will share his knowledge in student recruitment. 

Hip Hop Education Community Connector Chats

February 23, 2023. Learn about Hip-Hop and dive deeper into conversation about its history, present, and future with Marcus Singleton a.k.a. iomos marad at Hart House! These in-person and virtual drop-in chats are meant to be organic conversations to share knowledge and questions. 

Presented by: Hart House

ALUMNI CAFÉ

February 23, 2023. Join the Woodsworth College Alumni Association for an Alumni Café lecture featuring Dr. Jennifer Ross speaking on Insurgents on the Bayou - Hurricane Katrina and Counterterror Tactics in US Policy.

Presented by: Woodsworth College

Black History Month Luncheon

February 24, 2023. U of T Alumni Relations hosts as the annual Black History Month Luncheon returns . Enjoy prizes, performances, and a keynote address from Cameron Bailey, CEO of the Toronto International Film Festival. With a special guest appearance from spoken word artist Eddie Lartey.

Calm your mind to improve productivity and focus

February 27, 2023. Discover how to be more engaged, focused, and deliberate to increase productivity. Explore a practical toolkit and science-backed strategies to overcome anxiety and calm your mind to boost productivity with Chris Bailey. 

Presented by: Rotman School of Management

Nation Building through Poetry: A Poet Laureate Cypher

February 28, 2023. Join current and former Poet Laureates Titilope Sonuga, Randell Adjei and Rebecca Thomas to discuss the impact of spoken word poetry as a method for nation building, marking major events and raising awareness about literary arts in general. Hosted in-person by the U of T Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office and Hart House. 

Presented by: Hart House

Explore Psychological Tools to Drive Social Change

February 28, 2023. How do we develop resilience and grit to confront the truth and work toward a more just future? Join NYU Prof. Dolly Chugh to explore powerful psychological tools to grapple with the truth, develop resilience, and build a better future. 

Presented by: Rotman School of Management

CYBD’s World Bipolar Day Research Symposium 2023

March 30, 2023. This hybrid symposium will bring together Canadian and international professionals to take part in presentations and discussions on current research in bipolar disorder, with a special emphasis on youth bipolar disorder and the heart-bipolar link. A wide variety of topics will be explored, including treatment, neuroimaging, biomarkers, and clinical characteristics.

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine

CYBD’s World Bipolar Day Education Event 2023

March 30, 2023. The theme of this year's event is "Next Generation" and will focus on offspring of parents with bipolar disorder, the next generation of pharmacological and psychosocial treatments in youth bipolar disorder, the next generation of researchers and clinicians, and the future directions for CYBD. 

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine

WATCH ADDRESS: PRESIDENT ZELENSKYY

Watch this recent address with President Zelenskyy as he discusses how Canada can support Ukraine's fight for survival as Russia's invasion nears its fourth month. Professor Peter Loewen moderated the student Q&A.

Presented by: Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy
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Expand Your Mind

Joe's Basketball Diaries Episode Three: The Model Minority

Anti-Asian and anti-Black racism. Tokenism, xenophobia and a lack of representation in sport. These are some of the topics host Joseph Wong, the University of Toronto’s vice-president, international, explores in episode three of Joe’s Basketball Diaries, presented by University of Toronto Communications and Office of the Vice President International.

28: A Call to Action

Ongoing. 28 is a podcast for law students, professors, lawyers and non-law folks who want to learn more about the truth that is necessary for reconciliation. 28 is part of our work in response to Call to Action #28 from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.

Presented by: Faculty of Law

Cosmos From Your Couch

Ongoing. Cosmos From Your Couch is a YouTube video series that explores the big astronomy questions, and you can watch from the comfort of your living room! Visit our YouTube channel to watch!

Presented by: Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics

International Alumni Cookbook - The Table We Share

Ongoing. The Table We Share is an easy-to-follow cookbook that celebrates our global community through the universal language of food. Enjoy personal stories, notes and photos while following step-by-step instructions to make over 35 alumni approved dishes from across Asia, Europe and the Americas.

Presented by: University of Toronto Mississauga

FREE LINKEDIN LEARNING COURSES

Register for winter access to LinkedIn Learning featuring courses in Business, Technology, Design and Creative. While quantities last.

Russia, Ukraine and China's Long Game

Watch Kevin Rudd and Peter Mansbridge discuss China and Russia's joint declaration that solidified their "no limits" bilateral relationship, outlining their intention to advance “unprecedented” economic and security cooperation.

Presented by: Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy

I'm Pharmacy Podcast - Season Two

How are drugs created? Invented? How did they come to be? Who is involved in producing this innovation? How does innovation in this space even happen?

Presented by: Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy

Between the Pillars: Ukraine Special

Watch this talk about the Fisher Library's rich holdings of Ukrainian materials. Among the items we highlight are the first modern map of Ukraine, printed in the 17th century, and a charming children’s storybook about a cat.

Presented by: University of Toronto Libraries

Groundbreakers: Behind the Research

Check out Groundbreakers, a new video series that focuses on unique collaborations launching across U of T, from the Institutional Strategic Initiatives portfolio.

THE DISCOVERY OF INSULIN AT U OF T

The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library is proud to present at new permanent virtual exhibition: The Discovery of Insulin at the University of Toronto, explore the remarkable history of insulin and its discovery.

Presented by: University of Toronto Libraries

CELEBRATING BLACK VOICES

The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library presents "Celebrating Black Voices" an exhibition that acknowledges and honours the social, cultural, and literary achievements of Black authors and artists in a wide variety of fields.

Presented by: University of Toronto Libraries

WELL BEING COLLECTIVE

A collaborative Hart House initiative that seeks to create opportunities to connect, explore and examine what it means to live and be well all while centering the experiences and practices of Indigenous, Black and Racialized people.

Presented by: Hart House

Notes From the Music Library

Want to know more about what is happening at the University of Toronto Music Library? Find out in their blog about all the wonderful musical treasures. 

Presented by: University of Toronto Libraries

ONLINE EXHIBITIONS

View all available online exhibitions from the University of Toronto Libraries and learn about our collections, our history, and our communities.

Presented by: University of Toronto Libraries

Spotting misinformation

With so much information about COVID-19 available, how do we know what to believe? Determine what information is trustworthy and what is misleading with this handy guide from U of T Libraries.

Presented by: University of Toronto Libraries

The Science of Face Masks

U of T alumna, Dr. Samantha Yammine, goes through the science behind using masks to slow the spread of droplet-based viruses like COVID-19.

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine

LIVING WELL PODCAST

Tune in any time to Living Well, a new podcast series brought to you by the Well Being Collective @ Hart House.

Presented by: Hart House

IMPROVISATION GAMES AND SKILLS

Join Hart House to explore the improv skills sets of Yes And, Narration, Character, Scene and Game work ensuring you'll be primed to reconnect with others when the time comes.

Presented by: Hart House

COVID-19 INFO GUIDE

From Canada's largest academic science and health science library, The Gerstein Science Information Centre, a COVID-19 info guide for researchers, healthcare professionals and the general public.

Presented by: University of Toronto Libraries

Ethics of COVID Series

Ongoing. Explore the interdisciplinary series by the Centre for Ethics featuring takes on the ethical dimensions of the COVID crisis.

View to the U podcast

U of T Mississauga professors from a vast range of disciplines share their current research. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the breakthroughs. Updated with new episodes each month. 

Presented by: University of Toronto Mississauga

Let's Talk About Stigma

Hosted by Prof. Carmen Logie, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, this podcast invites a range of weekly guests to talk about all different kinds of stigma.

Presented by: Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work

Evolution of the Kitchen

Watch Innis alum, John Ota, explore the design, origin and evolution of great historic North American kitchens.

Presented by: Innis College

Indigenous Language Exhibit

In recognition of Indigenous History Month, this Hart House exhibition explores Indigenous languages to inspire curiosity about Indigenous culture, history, and the importance of preserving and sustaining endangered languages.

Presented by: Hart House

Theatre from Home

Hart House Theatre showcases the talents of past performers, current stars and emergent theatre giants as they perform, share designs and stories from their very own living rooms.

Presented by: Hart House

Queer Peel Oral History

What’s it like to be LGBTQ2+ in Canadian suburbs? Discover 25 oral history interviews with activists, students, and alumni in Peel region. A student-driven initiative at U of T Mississauga.

Presented by: University of Toronto Mississauga

Two Spirit and LGBTQIA

Celebrate the Two Spirit and Indigenous LGBTQIA+ communities! Read and watch to learn more about their stories. Curated by University of Toronto Libraries.

Presented by: University of Toronto Libraries

Visit The Art Museum Virtually

The Art Museum at University of Toronto has gone virtual! Explore behind-the-scenes stories, watch artist talks, and browse over 7,000 objects from their permanent collections.

Fourteen Days on the COVID Ward

Dr. Ariel Lefkowitz, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, shares his experiences caring for infected patients at Sunnybrook Hospital.

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine

Food Guides Around the World

Canada has a new and improved food guide, but how does this compare to others around the world? Curtis D’Hollander, Department of Nutritional Sciences, explores global food guides.

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine

The Ergo Minute Podcast

Julia and Madison, MScOT students, bring you advice from U of T experts on how to apply ergonomics so that you can work more comfortably at home and reduce the risk of stress and injury on your body.

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TORONTO

Join the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library to celebrate Toronto's birthday with this incredible album of original sketches and watercolours done by two visitors to the city between 1854 and 1856.

Presented by: University of Toronto Libraries

Hart House Creative Classes

Enjoy virtual classes that nurture your creative thinking and help you learn and live better in a virtual world - all from the comfort of your own home.

Presented by: Hart House

Free Lecture: The Myth of Meritocracy

Must workplaces choose between diversity and a system based on merit? Sarah Kaplan, a professor at U of T’s Rotman School of Management, exposes the issue in this video lecture.

Presented by: Rotman School of Management

The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library

This incredible resource at U of T Libraries has gone virtual. Explore the lectures, exhibitions, manuscripts and other material—now available to the public.

Presented by: University of Toronto Libraries

Coping with Anything

Watch Drs. Robert Maunder and Jon Hunter, faculty members in U of T's Department of Psychiatry and Psychiatrists at Mount Sinai, describe an approach to coping during times of extraordinary stress.

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine
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Eat, Dream, Sweat

MOVEU ANYWHERE!

Looking for a quick, high-intensity workout that can be easily done at home? Check out these quick and modifiable body-weight exercises that you can do anytime, anywhere from the Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education.

Presented by: Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education

STAY HEALTHY

Physical therapy students in the U of T's Temerty Faculty of Medicine have put together a range of short videos to help keep alumni healthy during COVID-19. There is something for all fitness levels.

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine

U OF T VIRTUAL FITNESS STUDIO

Workout, dance or meditate with the U of T fitness community from the comfort of your own home. Access more than 30 weekly virtual fitness classes and over 150 on-demand videos. Join anytime.

Presented by: University of Toronto Mississauga | Hart House

Hart House – Personal Training

With expertise in sports coaching, yoga, Pilates, weight training and more, Hart House has a trainer to fit every need.

Presented by: Hart House

Running for beginners

Taken up running instead of baking? Check out tips and advice from Terry Radchenko, U of T track and field coach, and start out on the right foot.

Presented by: Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education

Measure Your Health

Prof. Kang Lee, OISE, has developed Anura, an app that measures your stress, anxiety, and assesses your risk for cardiovascular disease and stroke.

Presented by: Ontario Institute of Studies in Education

Food Guides Around the World

Canada has a new and improved food guide, but how does this compare to others around the world? Curtis D’Hollander, Department of Nutritional Sciences, explores global food guides.

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine

Exercise Q&A With U of T Faculty

How do you stay fit without a gym? Does exercise build immunity? Professors from the Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education help with your at-home workouts.

Presented by: Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education

Coping with Anything

Watch Drs. Robert Maunder and Jon Hunter, faculty members in U of T's Department of Psychiatry and Psychiatrists at Mount Sinai, describe an approach to coping during times of extraordinary stress.

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine

The Ergo Minute Podcast

Julia and Madison, MScOT students, bring you advice from U of T experts on how to apply ergonomics so that you can work more comfortably at home and reduce the risk of stress and injury on your body.

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine

OISE Library Care Package

The librarians at OISE are care-mongering online with wellness resources, recipes, crafts, plant & gardening tips, and much more.

Presented by: Ontario Institute of Studies in Education
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For Kids and Their Adults

How to Talk to Your Children About Vaccines

U of T experts share child-friendly explanations on vaccines and practical resources to prepare your child for a positive vaccine experience to increase their comfort and confidence.

Presented by: Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing | Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy

I AM...A SCIENTIST

"I Am...A Scientist" is a multi-social media platform initiative that aims to bring science to kids of all ages. Check out Science Rendezvous @UofTSR on all media platforms for more!

MUSIC LIBRARY COLOURING PAGES

University of Toronto Libraries have created colouring pages from their Canadian Sheet Music collection. When you have finished your work of art, post it on social media and tag @uoftmusiclibrary. 

Presented by: University of Toronto Libraries

TORONTO EARLY COGNITION LAB STUDIES

The Toronto Early Cognition Lab have many fun and educational online studies for kids, ages 1-8. Play games, read picture stories and watch short videos with us on Zoom.

Presented by: Faculty of Arts & Science

OISE Stay at Home Club

Keep connected and the learning experience thriving with interactive lessons – for children and adults alike! Join live on Twitter - @OISEUofT.

Presented by: Ontario Institute of Studies in Education

TECL LIVE FOR KIDS

Join the U of T's Toronto Early Cognition Lab for virtual circle time for kids (ages 7 and under). Every Friday at 4:30 p.m. ET, enjoy sing-alongs, read-alongs, games, crafts and more!

Presented by: Faculty of Arts & Science

Teaching Kids Through Play

Play learning expert Dr. Angela Pyle, OISE, recommends 10 ways to better stimulate and support children's learning at home, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

Presented by: Ontario Institute of Studies in Education

Nurturing Anti-Racism

Wondering how talk to kids about race and educate them to be anti-racist?  This OISE Library guide helps parents and teachers find the resources they need.

Presented by: Ontario Institute of Studies in Education

Pandemic Pregnancy Guide

Get reliable and current information about COVID-19's effects on pregnant women and their babies.

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine
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Career Kick-Starts

FREE LINKEDIN LEARNING COURSES

Register for winter access to LinkedIn Learning featuring courses in Business, Technology, Design and Creative. While quantities last.

Alumni Career Series

Hear from alumni across a wide range of industries as they share insights in regular webinars. Join the U of T Hub community to get updates and to register.

BUILD YOUR LEGACY: OLYMPIANS FIRESIDE TALK

Varsity Blues Women's Basketball interim head coach, Tamara Tatham chats with Olympians Miranda Ayim, Lizanne Murphy, Kia Nurse, Alisha Smith and NBA/WNBA training coach, Justin Alliman, about paths as athletes, philanthropists, and more!

Presented by: Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education

WRITE A COMPELLING PERSONAL STATEMENT

Applying for graduate or professional school? Learn how to make your personal statement stand out with this session lead by University of Toronto Mississauga alum, Teo Salgado,  founder VerveSmith Ltd.

Presented by: University of Toronto Mississauga

JOIN UTM ON LINKEDIN

Connect and network with other UTM alumni, learn about UTM events, and read interesting stories about UTM alumni, faculty and students.

Presented by: University of Toronto Mississauga

Free Online Course: Mastering LinkedIn

Two former LinkedIn employees show you how to turn your profile into a recruiter magnet. Regularly $130, free for U of T alumni. Register by June 2023.

On-Demand Webinar: An Insider's Guide to LinkedIn

Take an hour for yourself and learn the hidden powers of LinkedIn. In this webinar, two former LinkedIn staffers give you the inside scoop.

Join U of T on LinkedIn

Tap your network of well-connected U of T alumni.  Search LinkedIn by faculty, city, employer, skill set and even degrees of separation.

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Stay Connected

Announcing Defy Gravity: Campaign for the U of T

Watch the announcement video for the bold new campaign. This extraordinary effort will engage our worldwide community, strengthen the University’s commitment to excellence, equity, and inclusion, and accelerate our efforts to address the biggest challenges of our time.

TEMERTY CENTRE AI NEWSLETTER

The Temerty Faculty of Medicine invites you to subscribe to the e-newsletter for T-CAIREM, the new Temerty Centre for AI. Learn about the future of health care.

Presented by: Temerty Faculty of Medicine

Latest Education News from OISE

Subscribe to OISE's alumni newsletter for the latest news and research in education across all levels. Meet the educators who have risen above COVID-19 to help the community at the U of T and beyond.

Presented by: Ontario Institute of Studies in Education

MUSIC LIBRARY COLOURING PAGES

University of Toronto Libraries have created colouring pages from their Canadian Sheet Music collection. When you have finished your work of art, post it on social media and tag @uoftmusiclibrary. 

Presented by: University of Toronto Libraries

U of T Hub on Ten Thousand Coffees

Looking for a job? Switching industries? Join free career webinars, swap advice with fellow U of T alumni, or share your own insights with current U of T students.

Volunteer From Home

The world needs volunteers more than ever these days. Why not mentor a student or share your expertise with a U of T alum?  Find out how.

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U of T Alumni on Social Media

Follow U of T Alumni on Facebook, Twitter, InstagramLinkedIn and Weibo. Get inspiring stories, helpful how-to’s, news, entertainment and other alumni content.

There's more to come!

We’re updating this hub all the time so check back often! Follow U of T Alumni on Facebook, TwitterInstagram and Weibo for stories, tips, news and entertainment. Questions or suggestions? Please contact us and we'll be happy to help.

 

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