There are many exciting ways to get involved with the Faculty of Medicine and make an impact on student life in only a few short minutes.
Words of Wisdom
Help the Faculty of Medicine and the Medical Alumni Association welcome the incoming class of MD students by sharing your experiences through the Words of Wisdom Project.
"Thank you so much for the kind “Words of Wisdom” that greeted us during our first week as medical students. I taped my note to the top of my desk, so I see it every day. It still serves as an important inspiration to me. It reminds me of the remarkable honour and privilege that we have to be members of the U of T medical school.” – Paige Zhang, MD Class 1T7
Words of Wisdom asks MD alumni to write notes of congratulations and encouragement to first-year medical students. Notes can include advice, things you wish you had known while in medical school or simply a warm welcome to the Medicine/U of T alumni community. Students will receive these notes at the annual Dean’s Breakfast this September.
How to submit your Words of Wisdom note?
- Please email Morgan Tilley and request a Words of Wisdom letterhead. It will be mailed to you with a return envelope, so that you can hand write your note and return it to the Faculty of Medicine.
- Alternatively, please submit your note (preferably with your electronic signature) via email to Morgan. We will then print your note on Words of Wisdom letterhead.
The 2014 deadline to submit your notes is July 1, 2014.
If you have any questions about Words of Wisdom, please feel free to contact Morgan Tilley at (416) 978-3588 or at email@example.com.
The Living History website celebrates U of T Medicine’s tremendous legacy and impact through memories shared by our alumni community. From the most well-known research breakthroughs in our 125-year history to the untold stories of U of T Medicine alumni, faculty and staff, this virtual yearbook will preserve our past while paying tribute to our ongoing present-day story.
We hope that you’ll take a walk down memory lane and share your experiences to help us capture the inspiring – and ever-changing – story of U of T Medicine. Please visit Living History to learn more.
Speakers for Student and Career Events
Our students love to hear about from experienced alumni and volunteering your time as a speaker is an easy way to contribute without a lot of commitment. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about becoming an alumni speaker for student events and career panels.