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Featured Alumni

Ismat Aziz
Featured Alumni

Ismat Aziz

Ismat Aziz’s experiences as a University of Toronto undergraduate formed the basis of her interest in human resources, a field in which she continues to excel.

Adrienne Clarkson

Trinity College | Arts & Science Alumni | Graduate Studies Alumni | Honorary Degree

Adrienne Clarkson has written about immigrants who struggled and thrived. An immigrant herself, she’s helped transform Canada.

Atom Egoyan

Trinity College | Arts & Science Alumni | Honorary Degree

Movies come and go but the films of Atom Egoyan stay – in the mind. This Canadian director deals with issues contemporary and eternal.

Craig Kielburger

Trinity College | Arts & Science Alumni | Honorary Degree

When Craig Kielburger was 12 years old, he suddenly understood “that a young person can make a difference.”

Jordan Feilders

Trinity College | Arts & Science Alumni

Jordan Feilders is expanding the culinary tastes of Parisians with his unique brand of fast casual dining, food truck Cantine California.

Margaret MacMillan

Trinity College | Arts & Science Alumni

Margaret MacMillan tells students if they follow their intellectual passions and keep learning, they’ll boldly go across boundaries.

Michael Wilson

Trinity College | Rotman Commerce Alumni | Honorary Degree

Wilson became U of T’s 33rd Chancellor on July 1, 2012, succeeding David Peterson. He had also served as Chancellor of Trinity College from 2003 until 2006. Michael Wilson is a respected public servant and businessman, but he may be most admired for shining a light on mental illness.

Shawn Ahmed

Trinity College | Arts & Science Alumni

In 2007, Shawn Ahmed went to Bangladesh with a laptop, a camera and a passionate yet indeterminate plan to help alleviate global poverty.

Sheila Heti

Trinity College | Arts & Science Alumni

Sheila Heti can talk about "how should a person be?" But it's really better for people to read what she writes about it.

Tassie Cameron

Trinity College | Arts & Science Alumni

Tassie Cameron returns as often as she can to the U of T campus. She brings with her cops, criminals and their guns – all fake, of course.
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