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Convocation 2014: the co-curricular experience

24 Jun 2014 - 10:16am
Sarah Adnan

As Spring Convocation ceremonies come to a close, more than 12,500 of U of T’s newest alumni are celebrating not just excellence on projects or exams, but hours of effort, creativity and dedication applied to their non-academic endeavours.

Faculty, staff honoured at reception for retirees

18 Jun 2014 - 2:03pm
Group photo of retirees

UTM staff and faculty gathered recently to bid a fond farewell to retiring colleagues at a Faculty Club reception.

“These individuals have contributed tremendously to this institution,” said Professor Deep Saini, vice-president of the University of Toronto and principal of U of T Mississauga.

“It’s a sad moment to see them go,” he said. “But we have a saying in Punjabi—one eye is crying while the other eye is laughing.”

UTM’s Deep Saini honoured by South Asian associations

18 Jun 2014 - 11:24am
Deep Saini accepts an award

Professor Deep Saini, vice-president of the University of Toronto and principal of U of T Mississauga, was among distinguished honorees at two recent galas for the Sikh Foundation of Canada, and the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce.

UTM graduates receive top awards

13 Jun 2014 - 4:22pm
Anqi Lu and Peter Robinson

U of T Mississauga graduate Anqi Lu took home the Governors General’s Medal and the Rose Sheinin Award as the outstanding female student graduating in a science program, adding to an already impressive array of awards for academic achievement this year.

Lu, a statistics graduate, was presented the university’s top awards at convocation ceremonies on June 5, 2014. She also captured four awards that were presented during a reception and ceremony on May 27:

Commerce grad Sneha Kukreja is one of U of T's global citizens

12 Jun 2014 - 1:55pm
Sneha Kukreha

U of T Mississauga commerce student Sneha Kukreja is one of the 12,500 new U of T alumni who received their degrees at Convocation this June. Find out how she crossed an ocean to attend university, became a student leader and found her new home in Canada. 

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