Through his work with the China Project, professor A. Ka Tat Tsang has spread his valuable knowledge of social work throughout the world.
Adrienne Clarkson has written about immigrants who struggled and thrived. An immigrant herself, she’s helped transform Canada.
When a headline asks whether your company can “save reading”, you know you’ve got it made. Allen Lau’s Wattpad is on fire.
Sometimes a thesis takes a life of its own. Desktop environment BumpTop earned Anand Agarawala both an MA and a Google deal.
As president of a big international company, Antonio Ramalho is glad for his hectic student days, when he learned the skill of calmness.
Bill Buxton at any moment can be quoting Jimmy Hendrix, or Oscar Wilde, and the next moment talking about building birch bark canoes.
Bill Reeves can be immensely proud of the award-winning movies he helped create as a co-founder of Pixar Animation Studios.
Cameron Robertson learned a lot about team-building at U of T. It started with rugby, but since then his career has literally taken off.
Daisy Ho credits much of her perseverance and strength of character to her experience at the University of Toronto.
Give you five? Harley Pasternak will oblige. His 5-Factor Diet and fitness regimen has made him a widely-recognized health authority.
Principles Helena Monteiro applied at U of T - thinking, learning and leading - have made her a major player in international philanthropy.
James Orbinski - physician, scientist and author - is a veteran of many of the world’s complex humanitarian emergencies.
As Corus Entertainment’s President and Chief Executive Officer, John Cassaday drives innovation in our rapidly changing media landscape.
Imagine a popular playwright who doubles as an advocate for literacy in mathematics. No need to imagine: John Mighton is for real.
As chairman of the China World Trade Center, Keng Lam Ang is a major player on the world stage. He believes there is room for Canada.
Prof. Laércio Couto credits U of T with helping to advance forestry in Brazil. It all began with two soccer games in the late 1970s.