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ANNUAL REPORT ANNUAL REPORT 2016-2017


OUR MISSION UTS graduates take initiative and innovate as socially-responsible global citizens.


Junior drama students performing The Bald Soprano Photo: Charlie Pullen


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Message from Principal Rosemary Evans Message from Chair of the UTS Board Jim Fleck, C.C. ’49 P’72 Message from Chair of the UTS Foundation Board, William Saunderson ’52, FCA, FCPA Building the Future Student Highlights Your Impact Graduate Destinations Message from the UTS Alumni Association Message from the UTS Parents’ Association Financial Statements Donor Report


THIS HAS BEEN A MILESTONE YEAR IN UTS HISTORY. The past year has been marked by the development of detailed plans for the reconstruction of our school building and the renewal of our Strategic Plan. As we planned the revitalization of our historic home, we made the decision to relocate the school to a site at 30 Humbert St., approximately 15 minutes from UTS, during construction. Space limitations made it impossible to stay at 371 Bloor St. W. without dividing the student community and compromising the UTS experience, whereas the temporary site will accommodate all students, teaching staff, and most support staff. The relocation will also ensure that the project is completed in a safe, timely, and cost-effective manner, reducing the construction timeline by as much as three years, while minimizing health and safety risks. The target date for the move is August 2018.

The plans for the 371 Bloor St. W. site have taken shape and we are grateful to both our Stakeholder Committee and our Steering Committee for providing valuable advice. Our architectural team has created exciting plans that will allow UTS to continue its leadership role in educational innovation, designing facilities that will empower students to take initiative, innovate, and develop globally relevant competencies with the support of our stellar staff. Renewing our Strategic Plan involved consultation sessions with alumni, parents, students, and staff that explored the transforming domains of education, work and life—and how these changes should be incorporated into UTS priorities. One result was an update of the school’s mission to read: “UTS graduates take initiative and innovate as socially-responsible global citizens.” Our students are invariably ahead of the curve and continue to demonstrate initiative in determining future pathways. Rosemary Evans Principal

The renewed Strategic Pan


Rosemary Evans and Jim Fleck at the Annual Alumni Dinner

UTS DEVELOPS THE SKILLS AND SELFCONFIDENCE THAT ARE SO IMPORTANT IN LIFE. IT DEVELOPS LEADERS. Local, national, and global leaders are taught and nurtured at UTS, making it a school of unique importance. The future leaders currently studying at UTS are benefitting from a revitalized partnership with the University of Toronto and a renewed commitment to innovate in our classrooms and physical learning spaces. And the collective leadership of the UTS community is the key to realizing the full potential of the school and its students. One of the hallmarks of UTS culture is the determination to pull together towards a shared and worthwhile goal. As we gather momentum for our Building the Future capital campaign, I am proud to be part of a generous and visionary community that is already building towards the evolution of the school into a state-of-the-art 21st-century learning environment. This is a time of transformation, and this is the time for all of us to create a stronger UTS for the leaders of today and tomorrow. Jim Fleck, C.C. ’49 P’72 Chair, UTS Board of Directors UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCHOOLS ANNUAL REPORT 2016/2017 7


MAINTAINING A STRONG FOUNDATION FOUNDING THE FUTURE. It isofmy to report that the value of the UTS I am happy to report that the value thegreat UTSpleasure Foundation (UTSF) (UTSF) as of May 31, 2016 wasFoundation $44,687,701. Wheninvestments as of June 30, 2017 was well funds were transferred from the$60,526,992, University ofwhich Toronto onexceeds the previous year’s value of $48,026,374. The September 12, 2007, to begin UTSF, the original value reasons for this improvement are good investment performance and the beginning was $31,455,133. of generous giving to the UTS Building the Future campaign, which will continue to grow. Meanwhile, Due to prudent investment management and generous UTSF continues its generous payments for bursaries, gifts by UTS graduates and parents, UTSF has scholarships andgrown prizes.by more than $13 million, or 42% since its beginning in 2007, while making substantial annual payments to UTS for cost of construction on hand before UTS must have the full bursaries, scholarships, and prizes. This is good news. construction begins on its new facility. Mindful of this requirement, UTSF has liquidated all bond investments, worth million, and $10 million of equities. The proceeds Now that UTS is soon to embark on a $16 construction project of these371 liquidations have been invested in liquid short term that will renew and enlarge the historic Bloor Street securities. Further equity West building, UTSF has agreed to make funds availablesales will be made as required. to UTS for construction purposes. UTSF has already begun order to fund construction, UTSF has entered into liquidating investments to have In cash available when funds a Debenture Agreement with UTS. UTSF has agreed are required. to provide funding up to $26 million for a newly constructed and renovated building. The term of the These funds will be repaid to UTSF over is a reasonable debenture 40 years, with a minimum interest rate of 4% time period from UTS fundraising activities. As well,every five years. that may be adjusted UTS will pay a competitive interest rate to UTSF on funds made available for construction. interest indicates, payments the past year has seen much AsThese the forgoing will allow UTSF to maintain itsconstructive generous payments forperformed by all UTSF board hard work bursaries, scholarships, and prizes. members and the UTS Finance Office. I sincerely thank all involved for their contributions to our very special school. UTSF is extrememly pleased to be able to support UTS as UTSF is proud to goallow forward it embarks on a new and exciting project that will it with UTS into the future and help students make an an exciting project become a reality. to continue to provide to deserving education of which we are immensely proud. William Saunderson ’52, FCA, FCPA William Saunderson, FCA ’52 Chair, UTS Foundation Board of Directors Chair, UTS Foundation Board of Directors 8 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCHOOLS 8 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCHOOLS ANNUAL REPORT 2016/2017


THIS IS THE TIME. For over one hundred years, University of Toronto Schools has offered a transformative education to exceptional students. These students go on to make a real impact, around the corner and across the world.

Designed by our own Don Schmitt ’70 of Diamond Schmitt Architects, the renewed UTS will see a 33% increase in space, a refashioned Huron Street entrance with an urban plaza, restoration of Bloor Street heritage-protected façade, and new spaces for students, including high-tech classrooms, science All this happens in the same halls and labs, computer labs, a black box theatre within the same walls as the first students with yoga, dance, and exercise spaces, a who came to the school. We have built new double gym, visual arts studios, and an extraordinary past. a 700-seat auditorium. Now, we are building the future of UTS. The 2016/2017 year saw the quiet phase of the Building the Future campaign to raise $60 million. We will make this future a reality.

To learn more about the building and to be a part of Building the Future of UTS, visit btf.utschools.ca or contact Martha Drake, Executive Director, Advancement at mdrake@utschools.ca or 416-946-0097.

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Girls Volleyball

National Biology Competition competitors earning UTS the top spot in Canada

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UTS is where you find your passion. I’m not sure yet where the journey will take me when I graduate but I know this school has given me a solid foundation. Anyka Bhamjee ’20

Music class

House Track Meet

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OUTSTANDING Thanks to the hard work and passion of our students, parents, staff, volunteers, and donors, we have had many incredible accomplishments this year. Here are just a few of them:

Nine of the ten top scores from the Canadian Chemistry Olympiad were from UTS students. Two of those students were selected for the Canadian Chemistry Olympiad Team and will compete in the International Chemistry Olympiad.

UTS earned first place in Canada at the Euclid Mathematics Contest.

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UTS won its first league championship in varsity soccer thanks to the Girls Varsity Team.

For the 22nd consecutive year, UTS captured first place at the Ontario Classics Conference.

Gut gemacht! UTS students won first place in three categories at the Ontario High School German Contest.

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S6 (Grade 12) Martine Duffy and Armin Safavi finished first and second at the Oxford School debate, earning the highest rankings ever received by Canadian debaters at this tournament.

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ยกFelicidades! M3 (Grade 9) Nathan Kim took first place in his category at the Ontario Secondary Schools Spanish Contest. UTS students competing at the provincial Concours Oratoire earned six first place finishes, two second place finishes, and two third place finishes. S5 (Grade 11) Katherine Gotovsky went on to win first place in her category at the national level.

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21 UTS students placed among the top 10% across the nation at the UBC Department of Physics & Astronomy Michael Smith Challenge.

S6 (Grade 12) Jody Mou won the regional Sanofi Biogenius competition, came third nationally, and took home the Commercialization Award for her investigation into how to develop 3D models of tumours to help in the fight against cancer.

UTS took first and second place in the 2017 Independent Schools of Ontario Math Association middle school math contest.

The UTS team was this year’s International History Bee and Bowl Canadian champion.

The UTS Senior Chess Team took silver and our Junior Chess Team took gold at the Toronto Secondary Schoool Chess League.

In taking home all five banners in the league, the UTS Varsity Badminton Team captured the TDCAA League Badminton Championship.

The UTS Track and Field Team came away from the SSAF with 13 medals.

The UTS team had its best-ever showing at the Ontario Envirothon provincials, earning first place for the second year in a row.

UTS students earned an Award of Merit for Ensemble Performance and Award of Excellence for Playwriting at the Sears Drama Festival.

UTS teams won the Robot Design Award and the Project Award at the FIRST Robotics Canada competition.

The UTS Senior and Junior debate teams took home first place in their divisions at the Heart of Europe Debating Tournament held in Olomouc, Czech Republic.

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TDCAA Champions Girls Varsity Soccer Team

Jody Mou fighting cancer with her 3D-printed models.

Photo: Tyler Irving 13 medals at the SSAF finals

Daniel Tudor won first place in javelin at the Metro Toronto Track and Field Championships Ontario Classics Conference

Competing at the Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament

History Bowl champions

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WORKING WITH THE STUDENTS HERE IS LIKE GETTING ON A ROCKET SHIP. I started teaching here eight years ago. There has always been such incredible support for trying things that are new and cutting-edge.The students are so eager to learn, and push me to try new approaches in my teaching as well. That includes taking something like a video game and using it to address a serious topic through immersive gameplay. We are finding new ways of understanding complexity, seeing different perspectives, approaching problemsolving with empathy, and how to bring that all into the classroom. Mike Farley Canadian & World Studies Department Coordinator

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TINA BATES “When I think of my time here at UTS, I think of one word: discovery.”

THIS IS WHERE I CAME INTO MY OWN. When I came to UTS, what I found was a place where students and families from different backgrounds were joined by one common link—the desire to strive for excellence. Surrounded by the most active minds I have ever known, and a community that fostered curiosity and appreciated and accepted different interests, I was able to come into my own. My teachers and fellow students fueled my desire to learn, and co-curricular activities such as assemblies, house days, and sports formed some of my most cherished memories. I am thrilled that my son Jacob now has a chance to make memories of his own at UTS. I believe there is truly something for everyone at UTS, and all you need to do is spend some time in its halls, go to a school event, or talk to students to discover how you can find your place here. Kristina Bates ’88 with her son Jacob Davidson ’22

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THANKS TO YOU, IN 2016-2017 1 IN 6 STUDENTS RECEIVED BURSARY SUPPORT STUDENTS BENEFITTED FROM $1.3M IN FINANCIAL AID WE REACHED 63% OF OUR $60M BUILDING THE FUTURE CAMPAIGN

2016-2017 Areas of Support

Total gifts Total made toUTSUTS and Gifts to by Year the UTS Foundation

Areas of support 77.5%

$8M

14.5%

$6M

2.7%

$4M

0.3%

$2M

5%

0 2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

Building Fund Other Area of Greatest Need Awards & Scholarships Bursary Fund

2016-2017

As of June 30 2017

As of June 30 2017

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Urban Geography field trip


Artwork by Naomi Boyd ’17

Science class

At first the classes were a little overwhelming, but the fact that everyone else is going through the same challenges is so helpful. I like putting in the hard work and seeing it pay off. Amy Kim ’17

House “Inland” Day Due to the spring floods in May and June, House Island Day moved inland in 2017.

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OUR STUDENTS HAVE A LOT OF INTELLECTUAL CURIOSITY. Oscar Wilde once said, “I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.” The drama program at UTS helps student experience that. Our students explore different theatrical styles and learn a wide range of physical and vocal techniques to help them build their creativity, fine-tune their leadership skills, and

learn to balance ideas and collaborate effectively. These are such widely transferable skills that are crucial in whatever you do and our students take these lessons with them wherever they go. Theatre is like life. You’re never done. You’re always building. There is no finished product. You can always tweak it and build it and look at it a different way and there’s something exciting about that because it’s alive and compelling. Gabrielle Kemeny Drama Teacher

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THE NEXT CHAPTER Be it around the corner or across the world, the UTS Class of 2017 is headed off to the next exciting chapter in their lives.

CANADA

We are proud that the education and support we provide has set up our students for success and prepared them for that next step after UTS. Congratulations to all our graduates for their dedication to their education. Here is a look at the universities where the Class of 2017 is pursuing their undergraduate studies:

INTERNATIONAL

University of Toronto

35

Harvard University

3

University of Waterloo

14

New York University

2

University of Western Ontario

13

University of California

2

Queen’s University

11

Berklee College of Music

1

McMaster University

9

Columbia University

1

McGill University

6

Cornell University

1

University of British Columbia

Curtis Institute of Music

1

3

Johns Hopkins University

1

Dalhousie University

2

King’s College London

1

Concordia University

1

1

Emily Carr University of Art and Design

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1

Sciences Po

1

University of Chicago

1

University of Pennsulvania

1

Washington University in St. Louis

1

University of Guelph

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UTS HAS BEEN A TRANSFORMATIVE PART OF MY LIFE. When I first came to UTS I was worried about fitting in, but because everyone here is so welcoming, I became a part of the community right away. On my very first day I couldn’t find my classroom, but the person whose locker was next to mine had the same class and helped me find it. I still remember that kindness. Your friends shape who you are as a person, which is why it is so important to be surrounded by people who are compassionate, driven, and motivated. One of the most important things about my experience at UTS is how I have always been encouraged to try new things to figure out who I want to be. I have been exposed to such a diversity of opportunities to find my passion. That meant a lot. UTS is where I went through the process of finding out what I want to do. As I entered my first class here I never would have guessed I would be drawn to computer science, and yet next year I’ll be studying Computer Science and Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. I see myself completely differently now than when I started at UTS. I see myself as more independent, more sure of myself as a person, with a better understanding of my beliefs and values. I wouldn’t be the same person if I went anywhere else. Hermish Mehta ’17 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCHOOLS ANNUAL REPORT 2016/2017 21


UTS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

CENTRAL TO THE UNIQUE SENSE OF COMMUNITY AT UTS. The UTS Alumni Association (UTSAA) plays a vital role in the UTS community, building and maintaining valuable links between the school’s past, present and future. Accordingly, the UTSAA has focused in the past year on strengthening alumni communications, expanding our range of programming and creating meaningful connections between UTS alumni and students. Recent changes to The Root magazine represent one example of our efforts to communicate better with alumni. Following a readership survey late in 2016, the magazine was redesigned to feature a more contemporary look and more diverse, bite-sized editorial content that showcases a wider range of school and alumni activities.

course, the Annual Alumni Dinner, have highlighted the past year’s calendar. Finally, the Association has continued to emphasize its mission to foster interaction between current students and alumni—interactions that are central to the unique sense of community at UTS. With graduation shifting from November to June this past year, the UTSAA was proud to be able to host both the Class of 2016 in the fall and the Class of 2017 in the spring at the Faculty Club for the annual pre-graduation dinner.

In an effort to further strengthen studentalumni relationships, the UTSAA has created a steering committee to develop a digital platform that will help connect UTS students, staff and alumni. We are also celebrating 10 years of alumni The UTSAA has also developed a broader participating in Branching Out mentorship slate of alumni activities to ensure that activities and continuing our long its programming is more relevant. An tradition of funding school initiatives. escape room adventure, Ted Barris’ commemorative talk on the 100th The UTSAA looks forward to building anniversary of Vimy Ridge, hockey and on our recent successes and continuing golf tournaments, trivia night and, of to serve the UTS community. Mark Opashinov ’88 UTSAA President

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Branching Out mentoring program

Graduation

I’ve found out who I am at UTS. This school has made me the person I want to be. Alec Sampaleanu ’17

UTSAA Executive 2016-2017 Mark Opashinov ’88 President Laura Money ’81 Vice-President Tina Bates ’88 Treasurer Aaron Dantowitz ’91 Secretary Rosemary Evans Honorary President Garth Chalmers Honorary Vice-President

Sharon Au ’08 Jonathan Bitidis ’99 Aaron Chan ’94 Nina Coutinho ’04 David Dodds ’73 Anne Fleming ’85

Peter Frost ’63 Oliver Jerschow ’92 Peter Neilson ’71 Bob Pampe ’63 Morgan Ring ’07 Tim Sellers ’78 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCHOOLS 23

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UTS PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION

WE FEEL VERY FORTUNATE TO BE A PART OF THE UTS FAMILY. Always a meaningful part of the UTS community, over the past year UTSPA increased the opportunities for as many families as possible to get engaged. In addition to our usual participation in school events such as Staff Appreciation Breakfast, Open House, New Parent Welcome Events and Graduation, this year we instituted parent receptions for each grade, developed an early internship program for our younger students and organized a school-wide community dinner for over 400 guests. Parent involvement in school life was further supported by UTSPA representation on various committees such as the Building Stakeholders Committee, the Alumni Internship

Initiative and the Rotman Strategic Alliance Committee. As in the past, we hosted a Summer Opportunities Fair and a Club-O-Rama for parents. We are always looking for ways to make a positive impact in our students’ lives. This year, we continued to support myriad clubs, such as DECA, Debate, Robotics, Classics, and Cuspidor. We also contributed to the school’s Wellness Program by expanding the offerings of the Healthy Snacks initiative with the support of our devoted parent volunteers and help of UTS staff. As always, our dedicated parents were grateful for the opportunity to interact with their children in a school setting and were energized by our students’ enthusiasm and joy. Danielle LiChong P’16, ’18, ’20 Helen Sava P ’18, ’20 UTSPA Co-Presidents

UTSPA Executive 2016-2017 Danielle LiChong Helen Sava Peri Peters Maggie Deng Mandy Wei Karen Menezes Patti Thorlakson Kirk Lynn

Samira Gillani Lin Mu Sanjay Chadha Nelson Mah Jackie Shen Carolyn Badun Salima Ajani-Merali Melinda Lee

Ivana Glavan Pallavi Ram Amanda Kreidié-Akazaki Marcy Tepner Gita Alizadeh Michelle Keung Shone Joos Flora Chen

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Dorothy Jiang Karen Cassie Lin Tong Mira Persaud Melissa Tai Sarah Parsons Verna Ng Andrew Chow

Irina Brinza Michelle Keung Dawna Treibicz Nelly Eivin Rosemary Evans Philip Marsh Michelle Hull


DECA

Senior Provincial Debating Championships

One of the most important things I learned at UTS was to put yourself out there and build new skills. I first joined the Field Hockey team in M3 (Grade 9) and now I’m the Team Captain. I never would have become involved in this sport if not for UTS. Being at UTS means I am able to grow up around people who think differently, fostering a diverse and open-minded community. I appreciate that. Hannah Nissenbaum ’17

Lunar New Year

Pink Day

SHOW

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A LOOK AT THE NUMBERS

These figures represent highlights from our financial statements. Full audited financial statements are available upon request.

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCHOOLS BALANCE SHEET As of June 30 2017

2017

2016

ASSETS Current Cash and cash equivalents

$

Short-term investments ¹

375,229

$

558,950

5,700,000

6,000,000

Accounts receivable

463,470

398,022

Prepaid expenses

223,658

170,117

Due from UTS Foundation

4,376,761

2,752,258

Due from the UTS Alumni Association

641

87

Due from the UTS Parents Association

969

-

Total current assets

11,140,728

9,879,434

Capital assets, net ²

1,533,828

891,509

12,674,556

10,770,943

1,876,209

1,932,718

107,721

100,323

1,928,290

1,965,373

71,421

150,502

3,983,641

4,148,916

27,593

28,196

Total liabilities

4,011,234

4,177,112

Net assets

8,663,322

6,593,831

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Current Accounts payable and accrued liabilities Due to the University of Toronto Unearned revenue Deferred contributions Total current liabilities Deferred capital contributions

$ 1. Short-term investments consist of guaranteed investment certificates with original maturities of greater than 90 days. As at June 30, 2017, short-term investments had a weighted average interest rate of 1.22% [2016 - 1.04%] and weighted average term to maturity of 0.34 years [2016 - 0.32 years].

12,674,556

$

10,770,943

3. Transactions with the Foundation are measured at the exchange amount, which is the amount of consideration established and agreed to by the parties. Amounts due from the Foundation are due on demand. Substantially all of the amounts due from the Foundation are invested in the Foundation’s investments, other than earmarked cash for the new building. A proportionate amount of investment 2. 2017 capital assets consist of the following: incomes (loss) is added to/deducted from the amount due from the Foundation. In fiscal 2017, investment income of $598,839 [2016 Accumulated Net book Cost amortization value - $25,154 investment loss] was added to the amount due from the Foundation and included in investment income. Computer equipment $814,585 $666,657 $147,928 Furniture and other equipment Building improvements Computer software Capital work-in-progress

$826,871 $534,930 $56,909 $691,449

$493,339 $174,011 $56,909 -

$333,532 $360,919 $691,449

$2,924,744

$1,390,916

$1,533,828

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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCHOOLS STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS AND CHANGES IN NET ASSETS As of June 30 2017

2017

2016

REVENUE Fees

$

16,813,492

$

16,033,419

Student funded activities

664,491

438,350

Investment income ³

786,690

148,554

1,739,772

1,655,374

71,446

68,714

9,893

23,343

20,085,784

18,367,754

11,834,450

11,121,198

1,369,723

1,216,257

Donations Other income Amortization of deferred capital contributions

EXPENSES Salaries and benefits ⁴ Financial aid Awards and scholarships Academic Student activities

56,619

54,704

581,347

502,252

1,423,951

1,125,641

Advancement and Alumni Affairs

251,832

163,797

License fee ⁵

628,284

628,284

Facilities operating and maintenance

872,195

833,095

General and administrative

686,682

740,902

44,156

58,281

Communications and marketing Amortization of capital assets

267,054

198,709

18,016,293

16,643,120

Excess of revenue over expenses for the year

2,069,491

1,724,634

Net assets, beginning of year

6,593,831

Net assets, end of year

$

4. The pension obligations of substantially all teaching employees are covered by the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan [“OTPP”], for which UTS matches contributions deducted from the teachers’ salaries. Total pension expense for employees covered under this plan during the year was $863,967 [2016 - $812,810]. The most recent valuation for financial reporting purposes completed by OTPP as at December 31, 2016 disclosed net assets available for benefits of $175 billion [December 31, 2015 - $171 billion] with pension obligations of $189 billion [December 31, 2015 - $173 billion], resulting in a deficit of $14 billion [December 31, 2015 - $ 2 billion]. UTS maintains a defined contribution pension plan for those

UTS Board of Directors

Jim Fleck, C.C. ’49 P’72 Chair John Duffy ’81 P’17 ’21 Vice Chair David Allan ’78 Marianne Anderson P’17 Marion Annau P’21 Winsome Brown ’90

8,663,322

4,869,197 $

6,593,831

members of staff who are ineligible to participate in OTPP. During the year, contributions of $257,897 [2016 - $234,221] to the plan were expensed. Some members of UTS’ staff who were previously employees of the University and covered by the University’s pension plan were permitted to continue their enrolment in that plan. During the year, contributions of $31,655 [2016 - $30,221] to the plan were expensed. 5. During the year, UTS recorded expenses of $628,284 [2016 - $628,284] related to the license free and $1,296,292 [2016 $1,291,889] for capital expenditures and operating expenses paid to the University.

Sarah Evans Susan French, O.C. Meg Graham ’89 Kath Hammond ’87 P’20 Andre Hidi ’77 Zulfikar Hirji P’20

Michelle Hull P’16 Prabhat Jha O.C. P’17 P’20 Thomas C. MacMillan ’67 Peter Neilson ’71 Arthur Scace, O.C. ’56 Pamela Wong ’98

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UTS FOUNDATION BALANCE SHEET As of June 30 2017

2017

2016

ASSETS Cash

$

Investments Due from UTS Alumni Association 1

66,090

$

56,848

60,526,992

48,026,374

965

-

60,594,047

48,083,222

LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES Liabilities Accrued charges

10,524

9,382

Payables for securities purchased

96,163

111,063

Due to University of Toronto Schools 2

4,376,761

2,752,258

Total liabilities

4,483,448

2,872,703

Restricted Fund ³

23,946,399

16,562,077

Endowment Fund ⁴

32,164,200

28,648,442

Total fund balances

56,110,599

45,210,519

Fund balances

$

60,594,047

$

48,083,222

The UTS Foundation’s mandate is to develop, maintain, and preserve the school’s long-term invested funds. 1. Due from the UTS Alumni Assocation of $965 [2016 - nil] relates to donations the Foundation deposited into the UTS Alumni Association bank account. 2. Transactions with UTS are measured at the exchange amount, which is the amount of consideration established and agreed to by the parties. Amounts due to UTS have no set terms of repayment and are allocated to income (loss) to the extent that the funds are invested in the Foundation’s investment portfolio. During fiscal 2017, investment income of $598,839 [2016 - $ 25,154 investment loss] was allocated to the amount due to UTS.

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3. The Restricted Fund consists of funds that are restricted by donors for future capital purposes, bursaries and awards, and other. 4. During the year, the Foundation paid UTS $1,106,843 [2016 $1,046,692] for bursary assistance to students with financial need and $70,929 [2016 - $86,490] for scholarships and awards. During the year, the Foundation also reimbursed UTS $17,156 [2016 - $17,394] for expenses incurred by the Foundation but processed and paid for by UTS during the year.


UTS FOUNDATION STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS AND CHANGES IN NET ASSETS

As of June 30 2017

2017 Restricted Fund

Endowment Fund

2016

Total

Restricted Fund

Endowment Fund

Total

REVENUE Donations and bequests

$

Investment income (loss) 2

6,708,605 $

1,256,691

1,880,291

2,259,067

$

7,965,296 4,139,358

$

2,152,080 (44,778)

$

(113,114)

117,332

$

2,269,412 (157,892)

8,588,896

3,515,758

12,104,654

2,107,302

4,218

2,111,520

1,177,772

-

1,177,772

1,133,182

-

1,133,182

26,802

-

26,802

18,233

-

18,233

EXPENSES Annual grant to UTS 4 Administrative and general 4 Excess of revenue over expenses for the year Fund balances, beginning of year Transfer between funds Fund balances, end of year

1,204,574

-

1,204,574

1,151,415

-

1,151,415

7,384,322

3,515,758

10,900,080

955,887

4,218

960,105

16,562,077

28,648,442

45,210,519

14,492,490

29,757,924

44,250,414

$

23,946,399 $

32,164,200

$

56,110,599

1,113,700 $

16,562,077

(1,113,700) $

28,648,442

$

45,210,519

These figures represent highlights from our financial statements. Full audited financial statements are available upon request.

UTS Foundation Board of Directors Bill Saunderson ’52 Chair Paul Barnicke ’71 Peter Buzzi ’77 Vanessa Grant ’80 Tariq Fancy ’97 Kath Hammond ‘87 P’20 James A. (Sandy) McIntyre ’71

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OUR DONORS With this report, we celebrate the generosity and loyalty of our donors. Thanks to you, students benefit from new equipment, bursaries, and innovative co-curricular offerings that transform UTS students into tomorrow’s leaders. This report recognizes gifts to the Annual Fund and other UTS projects for the period July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017, as reported in the Fall 2017 Root magazine.

The 1910 Club

Our thanks to the members of the UTS community who contributed $1,910 or more. This recognition honours and celebrates both the year the school was founded and these generous donors. Steven ’77 & Gita Alizadeh P ’15, ’17, ’20, ’22 David Allan ’78 Paul L. Barnicke ’71 Gordon M. Barratt ’49 C. Derek S. Bate ’44, P ’71, ’73, ’75 Kristina Bates ’88 & Harris Davidson, P ’22 Ward T. Beattie ’70 Monica Biringer ’78 Richard J. G. Boxer ’67 Tad Brown & Angela Simo Brown P ’17 Christopher Burton ’90 Peter L. Buzzi ’77 John ’51 & Margaret Catto P’ 82 Noah Charney ’95 Sandra Chong ’91 Marianne Anderson & Andrew Clarke P ’17 Kenneth Culver ’53 Robert G. Darling ’57 Douglas A. C. Davis P ’58 Robert C. Dowsett ’46 Martha Drake The Duffy Family David Earthy & Urve Earthy P ’99 Ernst & Young Rosemary Evans Peter A. Ewens ’79 Myran Faust & Julianna Ahn P ’18, ’21 Fraser C.M. ’46 & the Late Margot Fell, P ’73 George A. Fierheller, C.M. ’51

James C.C. ’49 & Margaret Fleck P ’72 Anne Fleming ’85 & Michael Piaskoski P’17 David M. Flint ’56 Kevin Fong & Annie Li P ’17 Norman D. ’48 & Mary Fox P ’75 Robert & Marcia Franklin P ’21 David ’62 & Judy Galloway Neil & Natasha Glossop P ’18 Peter ’56 & Shelagh Godsoe Jessica R. Goldberg ’90 Christopher & Claire Govan P ’18 Government of Ontario Barry F. Graham ’59, P ’89, ’92 Vanessa Grant ’80 H. Donald Guthrie ’46 H. Donald Gutteridge & M. Anne Millar Tong Hahn & D. Smith P ’16 Estate of Sylvia Hamilton Katherine Hammond ’87 & Richard Nathanson ’87, P ’20 Diana Hennessy Eugene H. Ho ’88 Brig-Gen. Barry A. Howard ’47 John & Michelle Hull P ’16 William T. Hunter ’55 Richard Ingram ’61 Scott & Amy Jackson P ’20 The Jha Family John R.V. Kelk ’63 Carrie Ku (Fung) ’85 Fergus Kyle ’48 J. David ’70 & Sally Lang P ’99 Monica Lavers ’98

Donors who have given for ten or more consecutive years Donors who have given between five and nine consecutive years ♥ Monthly donors 30 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCHOOLS ANNUAL REPORT 2016/2017

Anthony M. Lee ’86 Johnny Lee ’86 Gordon E. Legge ’67 Nicholas R. Leyhane ’86 TELUS Community Affairs John D. Liphardt ’56 Jun Liu & Jing Wang P ’19 Mark Livschitz ’08 Robert E. Lord ’58 Stephens B. Lowden ’56 Antony T. F. Lundy ’79 W. Bruce MacLean Michael J. McCartney ’84 & Melissa Chamberlain James C. ’56 & Helen McCartney P ’84 Sandy McIntyre ’71 The Family of the Late Kenneth D. McRae ’42 Daniel & Ingrid Mida P ’13 Bruce Miller ’67 Laura Money ’81 & Marcus Macrae P ’22 Estate of William R. Hammond Montgomery Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Roger Mullin ’65 Newton Foundation Steve O’Neil & Colette Leger P ’15,’18 Mark Opashinov ’88 Stephen A. Otto ’57 Lillian & Leroy Page Foundation J. Robert Pampe ’63 Wen Tang Pan & Jenny Gao P ’19

Mark & Peri Peters P ’16, ’19 Julian Porter ’55, P ’84 David Potter ’86 Stephen Raymond & Natasha Vandenhoven P ’16, ’19 William Redrupp ’54 Michaele M. Robertson & Barry Wansbrough Kenneth Rotenberg ’40 Richard Rudoph-Neiburg & Jessica Rudolph, P ’19 Reza Satchu & Marion Annau P ’21 Robert E. Saunders ’53 William J. Saunderson ’52 Arthur R. Scace ’56 The Family of Christina Shao ’21 John N. Shaw ’50 David G. Stinson ’70 William W. Stinson ’51 The Late George H. Stowe ’48 Tibor A. Szandtner ’59 Andras Z. Szandtner ’62 Richard D. Tafel ’49 Jason K. Tam ’95 Dr. Jason K. Tam Dentistry Professional Corporation Markham Centre Orthodontics Zhenyong Li & Jiaping Zhu P ’18 Stanley & Marcy Tepner P ’17 Wayne D. Thornbrough ’62 Allan G. Toguri ’62 Tanya Lee & John Torrey P ’17 David Torrey Gregory G. Turnbull ’73 UTS Alumni Association


Principal’s Circle

Our thanks to the members of the UTS community who contributed between $1,000 and $1,909. Riichiro Akazaki & Amanda Kreidie-Akazaki P ’17, ’20 John Bark ’47 David K. Bernhardt ’54 D. Peter Best ’67 William R. C. Blundell, O.C. ’45 H. Donald Borthwick ’54 John A. Bowden P ’79 Dory S. Boyer ’91 Daniel & Irina Brinza P ’18 Michael Broadhurst ’88 & Victoria Shen ’93 Winsome S. Brown ’90 Peter L. Buzzi ’77 Peter M. Celliers ’76 Dorian Challoner ’65 Paul & Loretta Chan P ’98 Felicia Y. Chiu ’96 Fan Chu & Jennifer Duan P ’17 James S. Coatsworth ’69 William J. Corcoran ’51 Nina Coutinho ’04 & Darnel Leader ’04 David G. Crookston ’76 Makeda Daley Todd & Jennifer Davidson P ’17, ’21 Gregory P. Deacon ’74 Edward Etchells ’81 & Wendy Hatch P ’12 Sid Feldman & Karen Weyman P ’13, ’17 Albert P. Fell ’48 Paul Fieguth ’86 & Betty Pries G. Alan Fleming ’54 Sandra L. Flow ’86 Robert Francis & Ming Wu P ’15, ’22 Thomas A. Friedland ’81 Yang Gao & Lingyun Hu P ’15, ’17 John R. Gardner ’55 The Late Peter J. George ’58 The Jane Goodall Institute of Canada John M. Goodings ’54 David J. Graham ’76 Margaret S. Graham ’89 David S. Grant ’72 James H. Grout ’74 Zulfikar Hirji & Ruba Kana’an P ’20 Eugene Ho ’88 Michol Hoffman ’88 Peter C.C. & Frances Hogg P ’88 David J. Holdsworth ’61

Victor Holysh ’76 Liang Hong ’02 Robert R. Hudgins ’55 Alvin C. Iu ’73 Robert ’60 & Lynn Jacob P ’88 Emma Jenkin ’03 Martin Jerry ’55 Nasir Jetha & Samira Gillani P ’18 Jason D. Jones ’91 C. Stuart Kent ’79 Young-June Kim & Yoonjung Kang P ’17 Kenneth Kirsh ’78 Susan Kitchell P ’01 David and Jane Kruse P ’22 Donald A. Laing ’62 Ron Lalonde & Jane Humphreys P ’06 Paul Lam & Verna Ng P ’14, ’18 Donald ’47 & Lorraine Lawson David M. Le Gresley ’77 David Legge ’62 Pericles S. Lewis ’86 Estate of David Lewis ’55 David Lord ’56 Peter MacEwen ’65 Tom MacMillan ’67 Thomas Magyarody & Christa Jeney P ’04, ’06 Julie Mak ’91 Manulife Financial Suzanne Martin & Michael Martin P ’11, ’15 Mark May ’62 Graham L. Mayeda ’92 Dena McCallum ’82 K. Stewart McCormick ’55 John M. McCulloch ’67 Bernard McGarva ’72, P ’03 Donald McMaster ’62 Constantine (Kosta) Michalopoulos ’84 Bruce Miller ’67 Kit Moore ’58 Gary Morris & Vivian Metz P ’17 Anthony Morrison ’55 Alan E. Morson P ’79 Andrew Munn ’80 Benjamin Na & Donna Lee P ’22 Peter G. Neilson ’71 Maxwell C. Norman ’13 Zoe A. Norman ’13

UTS is such a welcoming place. The people that you meet, the teachers that teach you, and the work that you do all come together to help you design your future. Cyrus Dadyburjor ’22

Malcolm Nourse ’60 Richard & Michelle Pittini P ’13, ’17 Alan Polak & Sheri Belanger P ’15, ’17 Darlene Prosser ’86 David Reese & Amanda Cook-Reese P ’19 Ian Richmond & Danielle LiChong P ’16, ’18, ’20 Donald Rooke & Barbara Boake P ’18 David Rounthwaite ’65, P ’01 H. Thomas Sanderson ’55 Arthur R. Scace, C.M. ’56 Howard Schneider & Aliye Keskin-Schneider P ’09, ’13 Michael Schwartz ’61 Timothy Sellers ’78 Ilya Shapiro ’95 Jeffrey W. Singer ’76 Stephanie J. Siu ’05 John A. ’59 & Madelyn Sloane P ’86 Peter F. Stanley ’56 Nancy Steinhauer P ’21 Sheldon Szeto & Flora Chen P ’21 William H. Taylor ’55

Bryce Taylor ’62 Ian M. Thompson ’59 John W. Thomson ’48 Kenneth & Patti Thorlakson P ’18 Rongqing Tian & Baomei Shi P ’18 Jack Tu & Feng Qiu P ’21 Timothy Turnbull ’74 Robert J. Tweedy ’60 Antonella Vergati ’86 D. Grant Vingoe ’76 Jun Hao Wang & Xiao Xing Zheng P ’15, ’20 Bo Wang & Jin Liu P ’21 Olaf Weckesser ’88 George E. Whyte, Q.C. ’54 Peter & Joanne Willson P ’21 Pamela Y. W. Wong ’98 C. Murray Woodside ’56 Ian Worland ’86 Henry Yeung & Angela Leung P ’18 Graham J. Yost ’76 David Zhao & Holly Zheng P ’19 Roger Zheng & Sharon Xu P ’17, ’23 Bob Zimmerman ‘73 Anonymous (2)

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Alumni 1936-1945 Total: $15,958 Geoffrey M.C. Dale ’36  John H. C. Clarry ’38  John A. Rhind ’38 P ’68, ’71  Peter A. Hertzberg ’39 Peter H. Aykroyd ’40 Ernest C. Goggio ’40  Kenneth Rotenberg ’40 J. B. Seaborn, C.M. ’41  William R. Paul ’43 C. Derek S. Bate ’44, P ’71, ’73, ’75  Gordon S. Cameron ’44  Leslie Coleman ’44 Claude Cornu ’44 Peter H. Ridout, Q.C. ’44 George A. Trusler ’44  William R. C. Blundell, O.C. ’45  1946 Total: $20,854 Bruce C. Bone Robert C. Dowsett  Fraser Fell, C.M. P ’73 H. Donald Guthrie The Late Joseph B. McArthur P. Kingsley Smith Donald H. Thain David G. Watson  Peter Webb, Q.C.  David H. Wishart  1947 Total: $14,400 Jack (Jake) Avery John D. Bark Michael A. B. Fair  Brig-Gen. Barry A. Howard T. Douglas Kent P ’73, ’79, ’82  Donald & Lorraine Lawson Tracy H. Lloyd  Richard & Joan Sadleir  Thomas H. B. Symons, C.C. 1948 Total: $21,960 Philip L. Arrowsmith  John A. Bowden P ’79  Fred G. Brauer Meredith Coates Albert P. Fell  Norman D. Fox P ’75  William B. Hanley  Michael K. Ireland  Fergus Kyle  Alexander Mills

Reginald L. Perkin John G. C. Pinkerton Eric W. Smythe The Late George H. Stowe  John W. Thomson  Ian S. Wishart 1949-1950 Total: $131,281 James D. T. Ainslie P ’83, ’84 Donald K. Avery Gordon M. Barratt  Richard M. Clee Edward Davison James C.C. & Margaret Fleck P ’72  Robert E. Logan  Richard D. Tafel  Gilbert E. Alexander, Jr.  Roger G. Crawford P ’82  John N. Shaw  Frederick J. F. W. Weatherill  Gordon E. Weese Anonymous 1951 $379,465 John Catto P ’82  William J. Corcoran  John E. Crawford Robert H. Fielden George A. Fierheller, C.M.  J. Alexander Lowden  The Late T. Gordon McIntyre Peter H. Russell, O.C. ♥ William W. Stinson  Guy W. Upjohn  Anonymous 1952 $71,100 Gerald A. Crawford  James D. Floyd Gordon G. Goodfellow  Peter J. Harris  John C. Hurlburt Leslie G. Lawrence William J. Saunderson  1953 $18,737 John A. Anthony Edward B. Cross  Kenneth Culver  David A. Goodings Kerry H. Knapp William P. Lett  James C. Mainprize

Alan E. Morson P ’79  Gordon W. Perkin, O.C. William E. Rogan Bruce Wilson Harry M. Sanderson Robert E. Saunders David O. Wainwright John D. Whyte Douglas R. Wilson 1954 $14,810 David K. Bernhardt  W. G. Black, C.A. H. Donald Borthwick  Douglas G. Brewer  Glenn Clark James A. Cripps  John S. Elder G. Alan Fleming ♥ Robert Gibson John M. Goodings  Leslie E. S. Green E. John Hambley Robert L. Joynt  James R. Lowden  James I. MacDougall D. Keith Millar  John D. Murray  Desmond M. O’Rorke  William R. Redrupp  John S. Rodway  Gordon R. Sellery  John H. Wait  Gabriel I. Warren Roger K. Watson George E. Whyte, Q.C. 1955 $43,949 Harold L. Atwood  Bruce S. Brewer David R. Brillinger  Lorne K. Brown Thomas A. Cumming Barry Cutler John R. Gardner  Albert Greer, C.M. R. Allan Hart John W. Hethrington David Howse Robert R. Hudgins William T. Hunter  Martin Jerry  Jeremy G. Johnston Howard D. Kitchen  K. Stewart McCormick Robert K. Metcalf

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Anthony Morrison  Henry Noble David E. W. Pinkham Julian Porter P ’84 H. Thomas Sanderson William H. Taylor 1956 $304,623 H.Rondeau Baker Paul B. Cavers Gerald L. Dickinson John L. Duerdoth  David M. Flint  Peter & Shelagh Godsoe Malcolm Henderson Ryan R. Kidd  John D. Liphardt  David Lord Stephens B. Lowden  James C. McCartney, P ’84  Kenneth R. Murdoch Arthur R. Scace, C.M.  Peter F. Stanley C. Murray Woodside Anonymous  1957 $30,181 Michael A. Alexander Robert M. Culbert  Robert G. Darling ♥ Robert A. Gardner  James D. Graham Bruce M. Henderson  J. Bruce Mather Stephen A. Otto  Alan B. Perkin John G. Sayers Donald Van Every Robert W. Waddell  J. Douglas Ward, C.M. 1958 $32,795 Douglas I. Brawley George M. Carrick  Thomas P. Corkum Douglas A. C. Davis P ’87  Arthur D. Elliott Richard Farr The Late Peter J. George ’58  Brian R. Hayes Bruce E. Houser  The Late David L. Ingram Robert E. Lord  James R. Mills 

Kit Moore  David P. Ouchterlony ♥ Douglas G. Peter  Donald W. Rutherford D. Malcolm Seath James M. Spence P ’88 D. Nico Swaan J. Derek Taylor Barry N. Wilson  1959 $56,150 Donald G. Bell ♥ Alexander A. Furness  Ian J. Gentles Barry F. Graham P ’89, ’92 W. L. Mackenzie King  Terence S. W. Lee ♥ John A. & Madelyn Sloane P ’86  James P. Stronach  Ian C. Sturdee  Tibor A. Szandtner Ian M. Thompson 1960 $3,681 John R.D. Fowell  Robert P. Jacob P ’88  William E. Kenyon Robert N. McRae John P. Mills Peter C. Nicoll  Malcolm Nourse  Douglas Rutherford R. Dale Taylor Robert J. Tweedy  1961 $203,197 John C. Coleman David J. Holdsworth  Richard S. Ingram Peter MacKinnon Paul N. Manley ♥ Michael Schwartz James E. Shaw  C. Robert Vernon 1962 $141,750 Gordon R. Elliot  David & Judy Galloway  Kirby M. Keyser Robert H. Kidd Donald A. Laing David Legge Peter W. C. Markle


Mark B. May Donald A. McMaster  David S. Milne  Gordon A. Park Michael A. Peterman Andras Z. Szandtner Bryce Taylor  Wayne D. Thornbrough  Allan G. Toguri  Robert S. Weiss  Anonymous  1963 $8,460 Peter Currer Lawrence DeRocher James E. G. Fowell  Peter H. Frost Frank E. Hall Nelson G. Hogg John R.V. Kelk The Late Robert D. Lightbody Gregor I. McGregor William N. F. Ortved  J. Robert Pampe Michael M. Parmenter Lane K. Prentice Nicholas Smith  J. Fraser Wilson Anonymous 1964 $1,281 J. David Beattie P ’00, ’02 ♥ Collin M. Craig  Paul T. Fisher Michael F. Kimber Jeffrey R. Rose P ’03 Michael J. Ross  Peter W. Y. Snell ♥ George E. Swift J. Joseph Vaughan  Anonymous  1965 $7,450 Derek & Margaret Allen Dorian Challoner Robert A. Cumming  Leland J. Davies John Gray James K. A. Hayes  Robert W. Hustwitt Karl E. Lyon Peter MacEwen Roger Mullin James Paterson Anthony J. Reid David Rounthwaite P ’01 Jeffrey R. Stutz 

1966-1967 $163,965 William A. MacKay ’66  John S. Rogers ’66  David R. Sanderson ’66 D. Peter Best ’67 Richard J. G. Boxer ’67  Michael R. Curtis ’67  Richard N. Donaldson ’67 John J. L. Hunter ’67 Stephen H. Kauffman ’67 Gordon E. Legge ’67 Tom MacMillan ’67 John M. McCulloch ’67 Bruce Miller ’67 W. Scott Morgan ’67  Hugh W. Teasdale ’67

J. G. Morris Peter G. Neilson Timothy Owen Warren G. Ralph Adrian Shubert ♥ R.D. Roy Stewart  Anthony Storey ♥

1968-1969 $3,954 John R. Collins ’68  J. Wayne W. Jones ’68 John B. Lanaway ’68  James A. Russell ’68 John Bohnen ’69 William J. Bowden ’69  James S. Coatsworth ’69  John B. Deacon ’69 Stephen C. Farris ’69  Frederick R. Heath Robert J. Herman ’69  Anonymous ’69 Anonymous ’69 ♥

1973 $7,476 Donald Clarke Geoffrey Clayton David Dick David R. Dodds (5Y) David W. Fallis P ’02  David Hogg Alvin C. Iu ♥ John G. Kivlichan Steven Morris Jeffrey D. Sherman John Sweet Gregory G. Turnbull Walter L. Vogl  William W. Wilkins ♥ Bob Zimmerman 

1970 $992,021 Ward T. Beattie R. Ian Casson Douglas N. Donald  Brian D. Koffman  J. David Lang ’70 P ’99  Douglas E. McIntyre David Quick D. Kenneth Roberts P ’00, ’04  David G. Stinson  Paul Wright Anonymous 1971 $1,168,354 Paul L. Barnicke  Derek A. Bate ’71 & Elizabeth Beeler P ’16 Alan S. Fisher John S. Floras  Richard C. Hill ♥  Thomas M. Hurka J. Peter Jarrett Sandy McIntyre William O. Menzel

1972 $2,825 George V. Crawford, P ’04, ’07  David S. Grant  Bernard McGarva P ’03  Howard J. Scrimgeour  Christopher D. Woodbury  Robert Wright

1974 $4,900 Peter W. Bell Andrey V. Cybulsky  Gregory P. Deacon ♥ James H. Grout  Gregory H. Knittl Robert B. M. Martin Nicholas E. Stark Timothy Turnbull Anonymous  1975 $2,650 Paul M. Anglin I. Ross Bartlett♥ Graeme C. Bate Daniel John Bergsagel Martin A. Chepesiuk P ’10  Kenneth J. McBey  Steve Moate David H. Schimmelpenninck van der Oye ♥ David M. Sherman Bernard Thompson

1976 $12,308 Peter M. Celliers Alistair K. Clute  David G. Crookston Myron I. Cybulsky  Marko D. Duic Scott K. Fenton Donald Gordon ♥ John H. Gould David J. Graham Richard Harwood Gerhardt Hauer Victor Holysh, C.A. Leslie Marton Vincent J. Santamaura  Douglas J. Sarjeant Jeffrey W. Singer Alexander E. Sochaniwskyj Gary S. A. Solway  D. Grant Vingoe Martin R. Weigelin Daniel P. Wright Graham J. Yost  1977 $106,016 Steven & Gita Alizadeh P ’15 ’17 ’20 ’22  P. Timothy Birnie Peter L. Buzzi  David M. Le Gresley Stephen O. Marshall Anonymous 1978 $27,668 David Allan ♥ Monica Biringer  Sherry A. Glied Daniel Gordon Penelope A. Harbin  Kenneth Kirsh  Susan L. Lawson Allison J. MacDuffee Audrey Marton Donald Redelmeier  Timothy Sellers  Elizabeth Steinhauer Ann Louise M. Vehovec  John Wilkinson 1979 $1,005,606 John Burns Brian Eden ♥ Peter A. Ewens Julie Gircys Lisa Gordon ♥ Andrew H.K. Hainsworth Anthony Hollenberg

Jean C. Iu ♥ C. Stuart Kent K.C. Laird Laundy Antony T. F. Lundy James MacFarlane Susan E. Opler P ’14 ♥ 1980 $6,460 Andrew P. Alberti Peter S. Bowen  Sarah C. Bradshaw  Kevin G. Crowston Christine E. Dowson  David C. Evans Vanessa Grant Sheldon I. Green  Bernard E. Gropper  Eric Kert  Abba Lustgarten Rick Marin Nomi Morris  Andrew Munn  1981 $13,410 Sigita J. Bersenas-Balzekas Suzanne E. Campbell Jeremy Celliers John Duffy P ’17, ’21 Edward E. Etchells P ’12  Lorna Finlay Christopher J. Francis Thomas A. Friedland  Bruce M. Grant♥ Thomas Hicks Laura A. Money P ’22 Sudhashree Rajagopal 1982 $2,635 Paul Bartha & Patricia Bartha Benjamin T. B. Chan ♥ Peter K. Czegledy  Robert Dmytryshyn P ’15, ’18 Kate Fillion Lisa C. Jeffrey ♥ Jon Martin Robin Martin Dena McCallum  1983 $1,930 John A. Hass Karen E. Landmann Karen M. Mandel  C. Elizabeth Stefan Earl Stuart  Elizabeth Turner Anonymous

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1984 $7,287 Donald C. Ainslie  John Crockett Edward A. Griffith ♥ David Kreindler Michael Martin P ’11, ’15  Suzanne Martin P ’11, ’15  Michael J. McCartney & Melissa Chamberlain Constantine (Kosta) Michalopoulos  Chandragupta Sooran Bryan Walenius P ’17 David J. Walker  1985 $11,788 Ian R. Brodie Isi E. H. Caulder ♥ Jill Copeland P ’20 ’22 Anne Fleming P’17 Carrie Ku (Fung)  Grant Lum  Carson T. Schutze  Adrian M. Yip  Anonymous 1986 $79,265 Kathryn Alberti Tracy A. Betel ♥ David C. Bourne Paul Fieguth & Betty Pries Sandra L. Flow The Late David Gershater Michael Grasley ’86 Henry Huang P ’19 Caroline V. Jones The Late Usha Kanakaratnam Judith I. Kramer Eleanor K. Latta ♥ Anthony M. Lee Johnny Lee The Late Terry Leighton Pericles S. Lewis Nicholas Leyhane Dianne B. Morris

Mark D. Phillips David Potter Darlene Prosser Antonella Vergati David S. Weiss P ’21 Julie Williams Ian Worland Anonymous 1987 $11,483 John R. Caldwell Julia Cochrane ♥ Kevin E. Davis  Katherine Hammond P ’20 Richard Nathanson P ’20 Jill Presser P ’17, ’21 Cari M. Whyne  1988 $15,487 Jennifer Andersen Koppe ♥ Kristina Bates Michael Broadhurst Anthony M. Foss Eugene H. Ho Michol Hoffman Mark Opashinov Olaf Weckesser Vanessa R. Yolles ♥ 1989 $21,985 Michelle Alexander Margaret S. Graham Kenneth L. Handelman Molly E. McCarron Jennifer A. Orange Eric Petersiel Angela S. Punnett David L. Wright 1990 $9,900 Winsome S. Brown Christopher Burton  Matthew G. Campbell Jessica R. Goldberg Sara Gray

Lennox Huang  Dera J. Nevin Henry White 1991 $8,666 Dory S. Boyer Karen B. Chan Sandra Chong ♥ Aaron M. Dantowitz ♥ Jordan J. Feld Jeffrey Gans Janice Golding Jason D. Jones Jennie E. Jung Helen H. Lee Julie S. Mak 1992 $3,100 Sayeed Karim Abdulla  Bram Abramson Lia R. Copeland Margaret T. Cortes Oliver M. Jerschow Camille Li Graham L. Mayeda ♥ Mark Tucker Anonymous 1993 $4,757 Roberta Ayles-Jackson Kai Ming Adam Chan ♥ Simon R. Gittins Geoffrey R. Hung ♥ Alexander B. Hutchinson Jeffrey Jaskolka Jocelyn Kinnear Rapido Trains Inc ♥ Ian F. Richler Samuel Robinson Richard D. Roze Victoria Shen Jason E. Shron ♥ Cindy W. Wan ♥ Pauline Wong Veronica C. Yeung

1994 $2,436 Aaron L. Chan  Adam Chapnick  Jennifer Couzin-Frankel Andrea C. Iaboni ♥ Michael S. Jaskolka Harrison F. Keenan Ian C. Mitchell Rachel Spitzer 1995-1996 $30,895 Rashaad Bhyat ’95 Noah Charney ’95 Robin Rix ’95 Ilya Shapiro ’95 Jason K. Tam ’95 Anonymous ’95 Felicia Y. Chiu ’96  Sarah Y. Cooper-Weber ’96 Paul Karanicolas ’96 Amanda Ross-White ’96 ♥ Warren Shih ’96 ♥ Anonymous ’96 1997-1998 $8,217 Tariq Fancy ’97 Emma K. Frow ’97 Jessica Gunderson ’97 Jeffrey Hall-Martin ’97 Michael D. Morgan ’97 ♥ Michael Shenkman ’97  Rebekah Balagtas ’98 Laura Bogomolny ’98  Clarence Cheng ’98  Judy S. Kwok ’98  Monica Lavers ’98 Iris Leung ’98 Pamela Y. W. Wong ’98 Brian Yung ’98 Anonymous ’98

1999-2002 $3,134 Jonathan Bitidis ’99

Daron Earthy ’99 Ashwyn Rajagopalan ’99 Anand Srinivasan ’99 Albert K. Tang ’99 Jennifer Morawetz ’00 Ian K. Bradley ’01 Audrey Chan Palmer ’02 Liang Hong ’02 ♥ Luke Stark ’02 ♥ 2003-2007 $5,711 Allison Chow ’03 ♥ Emma S. Jenkin ’03 ♥ Kevin Keystone ’03 ♥ Jeremy Opolsky ’03 ♥ Nina Coutinho ’04 Darnel Leader ’04 Alyssa H. L. Mackenzie ’04 Anonymous ’04 ♥ Stephanie J. Siu ’05 Louise Harris ’06 Brian Unger ’06 Anonymous ’06 Ricky Kuperman ’07 Morgan Ring ’07 2008-2018 $9,697 Sharon Au ’08 Daniel Lam ’08 Mark Livschitz ’08 Ana Komparic ’09 Lisa Hui ’10 Daniela Chang ’11 Richard A. Martin ’11 ♥ Alexander Fung ’12 Julia Pomerantz ’12 Anonymous ’12 Isabella Chiu ’13 Jannis Mei ’13 Maxwell C. Norman ’13 Zoe A. Norman ’13 Rachel Allen ’14 Olivia Anderson-Clarke ’17 Karrie Chou

Friends of UTS 1804876 Ontario Limited (Spirit of Math) Accenture Canada Holdings Inc DonateWell Ernst & Young Susan French, O.C. The Jane Goodall Institute of Canada Elena Gourlay

Government of Ontario Antonio Grande B & B Hamilton Fund at Toronto Foundation  Estate of Sylvia Hamilton Diana Hennessy IBM Canada Limited Estate of David Lewis Manulife Financial

Barbara McDougall The Family of the late Kenneth D. McRae ‘42 Estate of William R. Hammond Montgomery Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Newton Foundation Ontario Power Generation 

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Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada Rapido Trains ♥ Dr. Jason K. Tam Dentistry Professional Corporation -Markham Centre Orthodontics Toronto Area Custom Ford Dealers Inc

UTS Alumni Association UTS Parents’ Association  Wings Food Products Gordon Wong & Nicoletta Bonafede Anonymous (4) United Way of Toronto & York Region Anonymous (29)


Current Parents and Grandparents Riichiro Akazaki & Amanda Kreidie-Akazaki P ’17, ’20 Margaret Bawden P ’20 Mark Bernardi & Mary Frazer P ’18 Pierre & Nancy Bertrand P ’22 Bholanath & Rumki Bhattacharya P ’18 Michael Boyd & Sherylan Young P ’14, ’17 Daniel & Irina Brinza P ’18 Anthony Brown & Catherine Sim P ’18 Tad Brown & Angela Simo Brown P ’17 Pradeep Budhera & Smiti Gupta P ’18 Yang Cao & Huizhi Lu P ’18 Sanjay & Vasudha Chadha P ’20 Chih Peng Chang & Serena Fang P ’13, ’18 Paul Chang & Betty Tseng P ’19, ’21 Shao Qin Yao & Grace Chen P’18, ’21 Wang Dong & Xuan Chen P ’12, ’21 Hua Cheng and Ying Zhang, P ’22 Scott Cheng & Fiona Cai P ’21 Mark Childerson & Orla Collins P ’18 David & Suin Choi P ’19 SangHo Chung & Oaksun Kim P ’21 Wonki Chung & Joohi Lee P ’20 Kyoungkuen Chung & Sungmin Park P ’19, ’21 John Court Radu Craiu & Lei Sun P ’22 Todd & Jennifer Davidson P ’17, ’21 Kristina Bates ’88 & Harris Davidson, P ’22 Jill Copeland ’85 2 & Bill Parish P ’20 ’2 Wendy Deng P ’21 Richard Derham & Qing Li P ’22 Chris & Lise D’Iorio Fournier Robert Dmytryshyn ’82 & Natalie Lehkyj P ’15 ’18 Lijun Dou & Yukun Lu P ’18 Myran Faust & Julianna Ahn P ’18 & ’21 Fiala Family Robert Francis & Ming Wu P ’15, ’22 Robert & Marcia Franklin P ’21 Alana Freedman P ’18 Petru Gardea & Paraschiva Codrescu P ’21, ’23 Neil & Natasha Glossop P ’18 Waldemar Goleszny & Estella Tong P ’19 Christopher Green & Jennifer Forbes P ’18 Katherine Hammond ’87 & Richard Nathanson ’87, P ’20 Bing Han P ’18, ’21 Sang Cheol Han & Mi Hye Kim P ’19 Karim Hirji & Riyana Babul-Hirji P ’18 Zulfikar Hirji & Ruba Kana’an P ’20 ♥ Zhiqiang Hu & Bin Liu P ’20 Xiaohan Huang & Ling Wang P ’19 Zhigang Huang and I Hsuan Chen, P ’22 Scott & Amy Jackson P ’20 Chris Javornik & Linda Weber P ’22 William Jeong & Shirley Chan P ’10, ’18 Nasir Jetha & Samira Gillani P ’18 The Jha Family Dylan Jones & Madeleine Rothberg P ’18 Paul Jones & Patricia Stowe P ’18 Nathan & Shone Joos P ’22 Eli Kanter & Nelly Eivin P ’19, ’21

Sigitas & Laura Keras P ’20 Eddie and Michelle Keung, P ’17, ’22 David Kilburn P ’16, ’18 Hak Soo Kim and Hee Ja Gwon, P ’20 Jung Ah Kim P ’18 Dong Hwan & Sook Hee Kim P ’20 Changsik Kim & Eunjung Lee P ’20 Jongyun & Jeongsoo Kim P ’20 The Koziskie family David and Jane Kruse P ’22 Edward Kuo & Jollene Hsu P ’18 Paul Lam & Verna Ng P ’14, ’18 Jinwoo Lee & Yeongsook Kim P ’19 Douglas Lee & Yoo Yeon Kim P ’15, ’21 Huijoon & Soyoung Lee P ’18 Chae Ho Lee & Yunejin Cho P ’19, ’20 Henry Lee & Hani Kim P’19 Dae Sung Lee & Seung Mi Choi P ’19 Grant & Linda Li P ’20 Huibing Li & Jing Yan P ’20 Zhenyong Li & Jiaping Zhu P ’18 Jun Liu & Jing Wang P ’19 Wendy Liu P ’17 Henry Liu & Jing Wang P ’19 Weiznong Liu & Liping Deng P ’19 Leonard Lou & Rebecca Song P ’18 Ben Lu & Bo Jin, P ’18, ’22 Nelson Mah & Bonnie Li P ’22 Julian & Simona Marin P ’18, ’20 Sam Mathi & Raechel Kula P ’18, ’20 James McKellar & Clelia Iori P ’21 Milan & Marija Mijalkovic P ’18 Jimmy Mui and Amelia Ng, P ’22 ♥ Benjamin Na & Donna Lee P ’22 Hee Song Noh & Sun Young Noh P ’18 Michael O’Brien & Jennifer O’Brien P ’19 Sea Young Oh & Mee Song Kim P ’18 Steve O’Neil & Colette Leger P ’15, ’18 Wen Tang Pan & Jenny Gao P ’19 York & Nancy Pei P ’17, ’20 Henry Peng & Xuekun Xing P ’16, ’18 Mark & Peri Peters P ’16, ’19 John Pfeffer & Josee Piche P ’19 Christopher Pitts & Patricia Tavares P ’18 Anu and Shalini Rastogi, P ’20 Stephen Raymond & Natasha Vandenhoven P ’16, ’19 David Reese & Amanda Cook-Reese P ’19 ♥ Kurt Reuss & Rupy Cheema P ’22, ’23 Ian Richmond & Danielle LiChong P ’16, ’18, ’20 Mr. JungWook Ro & Helena Han P ’19 Donald Rooke & Barbara Boake P ’18 Sheldon Rose & Vivien Carrady P ’18 Richard Rudoph-Neiburg P ’19 Abdalla H. & Helena Ruken P ’18 Sambamoorthy Iyer Lakshmi Swamynathan P ’18 Vince & Suzanne Santaguida P ’18 Reza Satchu & Marion Annau P ’21 Mark & Helen Sava P ’18, ’20 Patrick Shannon & Hedy Ginzberg P ’18 The Family of Christina Shao

Peter & Jackie Shaw P ’17, ’19 David Sheen & Amy Seung P ’18 Jun Sheng & Lena Guo P ’18 Dean Smith & Rosanne Nishimura Alicia Sohn P ’15, ’17 Victor Song & Vicky Chen P ’20 Nancy Steinhauer P ’21 ♥ Frank Weiming Sun & Maggie Jiemin Wang P ’18 Cyrus Sundar Singh & Vanessa Laufer P ’19 Sheldon Szeto & Flora Chen P ’21 Henry Tam & Liona Lai P ’18 Liaosha Tang & Xiaofeng Ma P ’22 Manivannan and Devasena Thangavelu P ’16, ’19 Walter Tholen and Jane Cleve P ’20 Kenneth & Patti Thorlakson P ’18 Rongqing Tian & Baomei Shi P ’18 Yisong Tian and Yufeng Wang P ’22 George Ting & Judy Hum P ’16, ’18 Lin Tong P ’20 Dawna Treibicz P ’20 Mr. Robert Tsuyuki and Ms. SeungHeui Song P ’19 Jack Tu & Feng Qiu P ’21 Chris Van Loan and Jessica Monk P ’20 Mark van Zanden and Rachel Talbot P ’21 Alberts Vitols & Maria Thorburn P ’22 Radu Vlasov & Tamara Vlasov P ’15, ’19 Sanjai & Sulia Vohra P ’21 Wing Lok Wan & Winnie Chu P ’21 Jun Hao Wang & Xiao Xing Zheng P ’15, ’20 Xun Wang & Hongxia Zhang P ’18 Jun Wang & Ya Juan Wen P ’18 Bo Wang & Jin Liu P ’21 Changlin Wang & Wei Li P ’13, ’21 Jianjun Wang & Linping Jiang P ’22 Qin Wang & Ruilei Chen P ’21 David & Alla Weintraub P ’18 Peter and Joanne Willson P ’21 Wai Ming & Yuk Wong P ’12, ’18 Raymond Wong and Grace Woo P ’12, ’17 Jian Xiao & Grace Xu P ’22 Weixi Xing & Liya Yang P ’21 Steven Xue & Jennifer Deng P ’18 Takahiro & Tomoko Yamanaka P ’18 Biao Yang & Weiping Wu P ’18 Henry Yeung & Angela Leung P ’18 Ivan Yeung & Yilin Chen P ’14, ’17 Chiu & Elaine Yip P ’18 XiaoSong Yuan & Yingzi Jin P ’18 Donglin Zhang & Xiaolin Liu P ’20 Wenhua & Huiwei Zhang P ’22 Song Zhao & Jianhao Yan P ’20 David Zhao & Holly Zheng P ’19 Liang Zhao & Melinda Lee P ’21 Weimin Zheng & Junling Zhou P ’19 Shuhua Zhong & Yujuan Guo P ’18 Kevin Zhou & Maggie Peng P ’20 Yongxin Zhou & Yanping Lu P ’19 Anonymous (8) Anonymous Anonymous ♥

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Current & Former Staff Brigitte Amiot Nandita Bajaj ♥ Gillian Bartlett Jeff Bernstein ♥ Jonathan Bitidis ’99 Chris Carswell ♥ Garth Chalmers ♥ Simon Cheng ♥ Susie Choi ♥ Jean Collins Dick Combeer ♥ Makeda Daley ♥

Michael Didier ♥ Rose Dotten ♥ Martha Drake ♥  Lynda Duckworth Rosemary Evans ♥ Kris Ewing ♥ Michael Farley ♥ G. Alan Fleming ’54 ♥  Carrie Flood ♥ Norman D. Fox ’48, P ’75  H. Donald Gutteridge & M. Anne Millar Sean Hayto ♥

Emma S. Jenkin ’03 ♥ Judith Kay ♥ Robert Kennedy ♥ Julie Klein Ping Kong Lai Diane Lang Raymond Lee ♥ Rebecca Levere ♥ W. Bruce MacLean  Anand Mahadevan ♥ Julie Martin Mary McBride

Lily McGregor ♥ Amy Paradine ♥ Stan Pearl  Jennifer Pitt-Lainsbury ♥ Marie-Claire Recurt Libby Reeves ♥ Jane Rimmer ♥ Michaele M. Robertson & Barry Wansbrough  Christine S. Santos Amy Schindler Elizabeth Smyth

May Subbarayaprabu ♥ Laura Sun ♥ Andras Z. Szandtner ’62 Julia Thompson ♥ Ann Unger  Marisca Vanderkamp ♥ Angela Vavitsas Carole (Geddes) Zamroutian ♥ Anonymous (3) ♥ Anonymous (2) ♥ Anonymous (2) Anonymous 

Parents & Grandparents of Alumni Peter & Elizabeth Alberti P ’80, ’82, ’86 Adriana Ametrano P ’17 Michael & Sandra Bernick P ’16 Nicholas Bugiel & Kathy Edgar P ’13 Ian Carlin P ’14 Hai Chai & Juanjuan Li P ’15 ♥ Paul & Loretta Chan P ’98 Stephen Cheng & Anne Cheng P ’17 Julie Teh & Wilson Ching Peter& Susan Christoffersen P ’17 Fan Chu & Jennifer Duan P ’17 Alan & Jocelyn Chun P ’08 Marianne Anderson & Andrew Clarke P ’17 Constance Crosby ’16 Li Ding & Li Shi P ’17 The Duffy Family David & Urve Earthy P ’99 Mark & Claudia Eichhorn P ’17 Mark & Patricia Elendt P ’14, ’16 Robert and Betty Farquharson, P ’10  David Farrant & Liliane Diaz P ’14 Sid Feldman & Karen Weyman P ’13, ’17  Kevin Fong & Annie Li P ’17 Yang Gao & Lingyun Hu P ’15, ’17 Michael Gelfand & Bonny Reichert P ’16 Murray Gold & Helen Kersley P ’14 Nancy Epstein & David Goldbloom O.C. P ’05 Christopher & Claire Govan P ’18 Jim & Katherine Gracie P ’09, ’12, ’15 Jun Gu and Dan Yang P ’17 Hao Guan & Abby Cheng P ’12 Satish Gungabeesoon & Jany Kwancheung P ’13 Tong Hahn & D. Smith P ’16 ♥ James Hamilton & Dale Gray P ’04  Keith Harradence & Susan Ormiston P ’15 Judith Hashmall P ’92 Howard Heintzman & Maureen Sanborn P ’17 Lawrence & Beatrice Herman P ’02

David Hogg 1973 & Denise Sequeira P ’17 Peter C.C. & Frances Hogg P ’88 Lianne Tile & Andrew Howard P ’15, ’17 John & Michelle Hull P ’16 George & Anne Hume Brian Hwang & Janie Shin, P ’14 Julian Ivanov & Michaela Tudor P ’17 Donggi Kim & Soyoung Lee P ’16, ’17 Young-June Kim & Yoonjung Kang P ’17 Susan Kitchell P ’01 Tibor Kokai & Maria Kokai Czapar P ’02 Nestor & Catharine Kostyniuk P ’02 Richard Kwong & Dilys Chan P ’17 Ron Lalonde & Jane Humphreys P ’06 Alan and Marti Latta P ’86  Filip Levkovic & Marina Gracic -Levkovic P ’04 Kam Li and Sheila Li P ’08 Lei Li & Minglei He P ’21 James & Margo Longwell P ’15 Richard Lu & Lily Zhou P ’14 Bing Luo & Susan Su P ’17 Binh & Fung Ly P ’95, ’03  Thomas Magyarody & Christa Jeney P ’04, ’06 ♥ Eckhard Mankowski & Lisa Titian P ’16 Suzanne Martin ’84 & Michael Martin ’84, P ’11, ’15  Lou E. Mason P ’96 Don Matthews and Yanzhi Chen, P ’19 Kevin & Martha McKay P ’17 Alex & Anka Meadu P ’01 Qing Mei & Xiaowen Xu P ’17 Eckhard Meinrenken & Nozomi Minowa-Meinrenken P ’17 Daniel & Ingrid Mida P ’13 Michael Miloff & Kathy Siminovitch P ’15 Gary Morris & Vivian Metz P ’17 Yong Mou and Ping He P ’17 Istvan Mucsi & Marta Novak P ’15, ’22 Douglas Murray and Livie Silva P ’17

Donors who have given for ten or more consecutive years Donors who have given between five and nine consecutive years ♥ Monthly donors 36 UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCHOOLS ANNUAL REPORT 2016/2017

Mihai and Casandra Nitu, P ’17 Susan E. Opler ’79 & Paul F. Monahan P ’14 ♥  Richard & Michelle Pittini P ’13, ’17 Anne Fleming ’85 & Michael Piaskoski P’17 Alan Polak & Sheri Belanger P ’15, ’17 Tomas & Alicia Quejada P ’02 Kandasamy & Chithra Raveendra P ’16 Donald Redelmeier ’78 & Miriam Shuchman P ’12, ’15  Donald and Nita Reed P ’92  Bruce Rowat, P ’89, ’95 Alok & Jamie Sarna P ’17 Howard Schneider & Aliye Keskin-Schneider P ’09 & ’13  Stephen Sibalis and Anne Ellis P ’10, ’14  Philip Sohm & Janet Stanton P ’02 Guido & Kaia Stahl P ’13, ’16 Michael Taylor & Susan Archer Taylor P ’17 Stanley & Marcy Tepner P ’17 Tanya Lee & John Torrey P ’17 David Torrey Steven and Xiao Ping Tso P ’94 Zulfikarali and Almas Verjee P ’91 Garry & Nancy Watson P ’92 Jeff Wei & Jirong Huang P ’17 Bryan & Joanna Walenius, P ’17 Alexandru & Michaela Weiner P ’01 Michael & Muriel Wissell P ’14 Victor & Helen Wong P ’05 Shuwen Xiao & Hefen Gan P ’16 Joseph Yu & Gloria Chung-Yu P ’07 Mikhail & Nina Zaitsev P ’17 Xiuguo Zhang & Zhou Ming Lum P ’16, ’17 Roger Zheng & Sharon Xu P ’17, ’23 Qingxin Zhou & Liang Lu P ’16 Quan-Gen Zhou and Hui Song P ’09, ’16 Yiwen Zhu, P ’17 Anonymous (11) Anonymous (4)


The UTS Arbor Society for Planned Giving We would like to thank the following individuals who have declared their intention to include UTS in their charitable giving plans. We also thank all those who wish to remain anonymous. Donald K. Avery ’49 Scott Baker, Former Teacher Christopher (Bill) Ballyn ’51 Gordon M. Barratt ’49 C. Derek Bate ’44, P ’71, ’73, ’75, Former Teacher David K. Bernhardt ’54 Lois and John Bowden’48 Paul Brace ’71, P ’12 Peter L. Buzzi ’77 Benjamin T. B. Chan ’82 Class Member ’84 James S. Coatsworth ’69 Gillian (Davidson) Davies ’87 Matthew Dryer ’68

Lynda Duckworth, Former Teacher James C.C. ’49 & Margaret Fleck, P ’72 G. Alan Fleming ’54, Former Principal Stephen Gauer ’70 H. Donald Gutteridge, Former Principal, & M. Anne Millar Arthur C. Hewitt ’49 Robert W. Hoke ’66 David J. Holdsworth ’61 Robert E. Lord ’58 James I. MacDougall ’54 W. Bruce MacLean, Former Teacher David Morgan ’63 J. Timothy Morgan ’87 John D. Murray ’54

Mark Opashinov ’88 Stephen A. Otto ’57 Stan Pearl, Former Principal Stephen Raymond & Natasha Vandenhoven P ’16, ’19 D. Kenneth Roberts ’70, P ’00, ’04 Michaele M. Robertson, Former Principal John N. Shaw ’50 David Sherman 1975 Thomas H. B. Symons, C.C. ’47 Murray E. Treloar ’68 Gregory G. Turnbull ’73 Walter Vogl ’73

If you have made provision for UTS in your will, or would like to receive information on planned giving, please contact Martha Drake, Executive Director, Advancement at mdrake@utschools.ca or 416-946-0097.

Tribute Gifts Thank you to everyone who gave in honour or in memory of dear friends and family. In Honour of: Lee Akazaki P ’17, ’20 Steven’77 & Gita Alizadeh Gillian Bartlett Jonathan Bernick ’16 Isabella Chiu Al Fleming ’54 Meric Gertler Judy Kay

James Leamen Tanya Lee P ’17 Bruce MacLean Emma Miloff ’15 Donald Redelmeier ’78 Madame Justice Julie Thorburn P ’15, ’17 UTS Teachers & Staff

In Memory of: John W. Arnold ’56 Stewart Bull Gary Canlett ’54 Rod Carrow ’55 Anthony Chan ’98 Robert G. Dale DSO, DFC, CD ’39 Hugh Dale ’39 Bruce Ewen ’76 David Gershater ’86

Shaun Gollish ’77 Ralph Hennessy ’36 Usha Kanakaratnam ’86 Joseph Keller Terence Leighton ’86 A. C. Lewis David Lewis ’55 Joan Livingston P ’72 Harry Maynard

Kenneth D. McRae ’42 Etsuko Minowa Mark Seltzer ’74 Paul Steinhauer Gord Stollery ’66 Horst Vogl P ’73 Warren Wilkins ’46 Ethan Wissell ’14

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Graduating Class Bursary Project Since 2007, parents of graduating students have celebrated their children’s graduation from UTS by making a gift to the Grad Class Bursary Fund in honour of their children. The Grad Class Bursary is endowed with over $215,000 which provides approximately $10,000 annually in financial aid to current UTS students. Contributions this year total over $30,000. We thank our families for giving the gift of a UTS education! Class of 2015 Hai Chai & Juanjuan Li P ’15 in honour of Charlie Chai ’15 Class of 2016 Bharat & Kavita Chandarana P ’16 in honour of Bhavyaa Chandarana ’16 Mark & Patricia Elendt P ’14, ’16 in honour of Erich Elendt ’16 Michael Gelfand & Bonny Reichert P ’16 in honour of Leo Gelfand ’16 Tong Hahn & D. Smith P ’16 in honour of Bella Hahn ’16 Donggi Kim & Soyoung Lee P ’16,’17 in honour of Izy Kim ’16 Eckhard Mankowski & Lisa Titian P ’16 in honour of Leila Mankowski ’16 Kandasamy & Chithra Raveendra P ’16 in honour of Keerth Raveendra ’16 Guido & Kaia Stahl P ’13, ’16 in honour of Helena Stahn ’16 Shuwen Xiao & Hefen Gan P ’16 in honour of Jeffery Xiao ’16 Quan-Gen Zhou and Hui Song P ’09, ’16 in honour of Annie Zhou ’16 Qingxin Zhou & Liang Lu P ’16 in honour of Jason Zhou ’16 Class of 2017 Riichiro Akazaki & Amanda Kreidie-Akazaki P ’17, ’20 in honour of Kieran Kreidie-Akazaki ’17 Steven & Gita Alizadeh P ’15, ’17, ’20, ’22 in honour of Jamie Alizadeh ’17 Adriana Ametrano P ’17 in honour of Alessandra Mayhew ’17 Marianne Anderson & Andrew Clarke P ’17 in honour of Olivia Anderson-Clarke ’17 Olivia Anderson-Clarke ’17 in honour of The Class of 2017

Tad Brown & Angela Simo Brown P ’17 in honour of Brigit Brown ’17 Svetozar & Valentina Chankov P ’17 in honour of Stephen Chankov ’17 Stephen Cheng & Anne Cheng P ’17 in honour of Megan Cheng ’17 Peter& Susan Christoffersen P ’17 in honour of Phillip Christoffersen ’17 Fan Chu & Jennifer Duan P ’17 in honour of Victor Chu ’17 Li Ding & Li Shi P ’17 in honour of Frank Ding ’17 Yiwen Zhu P ’17 in honour of Harry Dong ’17 The Duffy Family in honour of Martine Duffy ’17 & Simone Duffy ’21 Mark & Claudia Eichhorn P ’17 in honour of Jeremy Eichhorn ’17 Rosemary Evans in honour of The Class of 2017 Sid Feldman & Karen Weyman P ’13, ’17 in honour of Hannah Feldman ’17 Yang Gao & Lingyun Hu P ’15, ’17 in honour of Cindy Gao ’17 Howard Heintzman & Maureen Sanborn P ’17 in honour of Isobel Heintzman ’17 Lianne Tile & Andrew Howard P ’15, ’17 in honour of Samantha Howard ’17 Julian Ivanov & Michaela Tudor P ’17 in honour of Daniel Tudor ’17 Eddie and Michelle Keung P ’17, ’22 in honour of Ryan Keung ’17 Young-June Kim & Yoonjung Kang P ’17 in honour of Amy Kim ’17 Donggi Kim and Soyoung Lee P ’16, ’17 in honour of Kate Kim ’17 Alicia Sohn P ’15, ’17 in honour of Patrick Jinhyung Kim ’17 Richard Kwong & Dilys Chan P ’17 in honour of Helen Kwong ’17 Wendy Liu P ’17 in honour of Lisa Yu ’17 Bing Luo & Susan Su P ’17 in honour of Emmy Luo ’17

Eckhard Meinrenken & Nozomi Minowa-Meinrenken P ’17 in honour of Emma Meinrenken ’17 Gary Morris & Vivian Metz P ’17 in honour of Ethan Morris ’17 Douglas Murray and Livie Silva P ’17 in honour of Maria Murray ’17 York & Nancy Pei P ’17, ’20 in honour of Julia Pei ’17 Richard & Michelle Pittini P ’13, ’17 in honour of Jacob Pittini ’17 Alok & Jamie Sarna P ’17 in honour of Isabelle Sarna ’17 David Hogg ’73 & Denise Sequeira P ’17 in honour of Cameron Sequeira-Hogg ’17 Peter & Jackie Shaw P ’17, ’19 in honour of Elizabeth Shaw ’17 Michael Taylor & Susan Archer Taylor P ’17 in honour of Alexandra Taylor ’17 Stanley & Marcy Tepner P ’17 in honour of Levi Aaron Tepner ’17 Tanya Lee & John Torrey P ’17 in honour of Owen Torrey ’17 Yee Ung & Maria Hung P ’15, ’17 in honour of Serena Ung ’17 Bryan ’84 & Joanna Walenius P ’17 in honour of Silja Walenius ’17 Jeff Wei & Jirong Huang P ’17 in honour of Martyn Wei ’17 Mikhail and Nina Zaitsev P ’17 in honour of Daria Zaitseva ’17 Xiuguo Zhang & Zhou Ming Lum P ’16, ’17 in honour of Martin Zhang ’17 Roger Zheng & Sharon Xu P ’17 in honour of Dennis Zheng ’17 Jun Hao Wang & Xiao Xing Zheng in honour of William Wang ’15 Grant &Terri Williams in honour of Jack Williams ’15

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2016-2017 UTS Annual Report  

This is truly a momentous season in the life of UTS! In the past year, we have reaffirmed our Affiliation Agreement with the University of...

2016-2017 UTS Annual Report  

This is truly a momentous season in the life of UTS! In the past year, we have reaffirmed our Affiliation Agreement with the University of...