QUTE (Queer U of T Employees) Summer Social and Networking Lunch
Jun 14 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
QUTE (Queer U of T Employees) Summer Social and Networking Lunch @ The Exchange Cafe, Rotman School of Management, 95 St. George Street | Toronto | Ontario | Canada

Attention LGBTQ+ staff and faculty!

You are invited to join us for the

QUTE (Queer U of T Employees)

Summer Social and Networking Lunch

Thursday June 14

Drop by between 12 and 2pm

The Exchange Café in the Rotman School of Management (RT)

95 St. George St.

Lunch options under $10 or byol (bring your own lunch)


This is a great opportunity to meet and network with other LGBTQ+ U of T staff

Come alone or bring an LGBTQ+ friend

When you arrive, look for the table with the QUTE sign


Please RSVP to

Get Experience Fair
Sep 12 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Get Experience Fair

At the fair, you’ll be able to learn about ways to gain experience through:

  • Volunteer programs and Internships
  • On-campus and Work-Study jobs
  • Research Experience
  • International options

NOTE: Valid T-Card required for entry. Only U of T students and recent graduates (within two years of graduation) are invited to attend.

Did you know: 82% of employers value volunteer work just as much as paid work?
The Get Experience Fair is your chance to connect in-person with organizations at which you can gain new skills and experience to add to your resume.

IMI Grad Picnic
Sep 13 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
IMI Grad Picnic @ CCT Courtyard, University of Toronto Mississauga  | Mississauga | Ontario | Canada

The Institute for Management & Innovation (IMI) is hosting it’s 4th annual IMI Grad Picnic!

This is a chance for IMI students to meet fellow IMI graduate students, faculty, and staff – and have some great food, too!

Register for this event at the link below:

Future-Ready? Understanding AI’s Impact
Nov 26 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Future-Ready? Understanding AI’s Impact @ Great Hall, Hart House | Toronto | Ontario | Canada

Artificial Intelligence has made tremendous strides in recent years, and its impact has been felt both inside the university and across society.  Yet despite its successes, there remain significant technical challenges, as well as serious societal and ethical challenges.  Today’s students, across all disciplines, need to be prepared to both take advantage of the opportunities afforded by AI and meet the challenges it poses to us all.  Join us for a discussion on how AI is changing the nature of work during the first Future of Work Speaker Series featuring Sven Dickinson.

Doors open at 5 p.m. Light refreshments provided. Networking opportunities. See Event Poster