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What are the memorable moments of UTM? Over the past 50 years countless memories have been created, each one leaving an impression on the cultural and physical landscape of the campus. Read through the memories of our past 50 years below.

Exploring Indigenous Inventions and Innovations; An Exhibit

31 Jan 2017 - 2:54pm
Indigenous inventions and innovations on display in the Instructional Centre at UTM

On Monday, Jan 30, the Centre for Student Engagement, in collaboration with Hart House and the Canadian Multicultural Inventors Museum, presented “Native Invent: Sharing our Path”. The exhibit celebrates Aboriginal and Indigenous peoples’ contributions to the world of innovation, and is the largest travelling exhibit of its kind in North America.

Located in the Instructional Centre (IB) atrium, the exhibit began with Indigenous Elder Cat Criger, who led the audience in a traditional opening ceremony.

Institute for Management & Innovation’s(IMI) annual alumni mixer

30 Jan 2017 - 9:30am
Graduates reminisce at IMI's Alumni Mixer

More than 160 IMI alumni, faculty and staff gathered at the Rosewater Room in downtown Toronto to network and reconnect with friends and colleagues last Wednesday evening.

“It was amazing to meet so many articulate, passionate and successful alumni from IMI and the commerce and management programs,” said Daniel Booth, UTM’s director of alumni relations.

UTM launches 50th anniversary celebrations

24 Jan 2017 - 12:01pm
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UTM launches its 50th anniversary this year, an auspicious time to celebrate past successes and look forward to an exciting future, says Professor Ulrich Krull, interim vice-president and principal, U of T Mississauga. 

10 things you didn't know about Lislehurst

23 Jan 2017 - 3:37pm
Lislehurst in summer with flowers

Lislehurst is the official residence of UTM principals and their families. Built in 1885, this elegant Tudor Revival stone mansion also houses a few secrets...