Telling Their Stories: Schulich Donors
Jeff Halpern, BBA ’78
Business Succession Advisor, TD Waterhouse Canada Inc
A proud mentor and donor to the Schulich School of Business, Jeff is happy to give back to the School for providing him with invaluable knowledge, skills and support that proved instrumental in his successful career today. A Chartered Accountant by profession, Jeff currently serves as Business Succession Advisor at TD Waterhouse.
Take a look at Jeff’s video as he talks about his Schulich story.
Vince Commisso (MBA ’92) and Neil Court (MBA ’86)
President & CEO, 9 Story Media Group and Executive Chairman, 9 Story Media Group
Take a look at their video as they talk about their Schulich storys.
Timothy PriceHon LLD ’09
Brookfield Partners FoundationGenerous $4 million gift from Tim and Frances Price, Brookfield Partners Foundation creates real estate research and teaching hub at SchulichRead Full Story ›
Jeff HalpernBBA '78
Business Succession Advisor, TD WealthAlum Finds Way to Give Back to the School that Launched His Career Read Full Story ›
Rob McEwen (MBA ’78, Hon. LLD ’05)Chairman & Chief Owner, McEwen Mining Inc.“I am very proud to be a graduate of the Schulich School of Business. It is my pleasure to help the School acquire this anonymous gift. We are now one third of the way toward the goal and I am sure, that with help from the rest of our alumni network, it will not be […]Read Full Story ›
Chandra Wijaya (MBA ’00)Senior Director, Global Regulatory Affairs & Risk Control, CIBC Risk ManagementEstablishing an Endowment Award for his Alma MaterRead Full Story ›
Adam Froman (MBA ’92)Founder & CEO
DelviniaDelvinia founder and CEO Adam Froman, MBA'92, has a message for Schulich MBA\IMBA students with entrepreneurial instincts: An interesting journey awaits. Read Full Story ›
Telling Their Stories: Schulich Students
Jennifer Jang, iBBA ’13
Recipient of the 2013 HSBC Women in Business Leadership Award
“Thank you HSBC! An exciting career in the 24/7 world of international finance feels one step closer to reality thanks to the HSBC Women in Business Leadership Award,” says Jennifer Jang, a third-year international business (iBBA) student at the Schulich School of Business at York University and one of the first to receive the award valued at $20,000.
Recognizing Your Support
Donors are special people who give their time, their expertise and their financial support. Their contributions benefit our students, our programs, the quality of our education and the future of our School. At the Schulich School of Business our donors are recognized in a number of ways.
|Schulich Lifetime Giving Donor Wall
In order to honour our very supportive alumni and friends, we have erected a donor wall at the main entrance of the Seymour Schulich Building. This wall recognizes all donors to the School who have made cumulative gifts of $5,000 or more. Our Lifetime Giving Donor Wall is updated in the summer every year. The School is honoured to list your name (first and last) and Schulich degrees (no titles, professional designations, prefixes or suffixes). If you wish to have your spouse/partner/family name/middle name listed, please contact us.
|Schulich Alumni Donor Wall
The Schulich Alumni Donor Wall lists all alumni of the School who have made cumulative or one-time gifts of $1,000 or more to the School. This unique display is mounted in a prominent location just outside the entrance to “Tuchners’ Pub” – our extremely popular student eatery. Our Alumni Donor Wall is updated in the summer every year. The School is honoured to list your name (last, first) and Schulich degrees (no titles, professional designations, prefixes or suffixes). Your name will be listed according to your year of graduation. Members of the Dean’s Society, Schulich’s premier leadership giving association, are recognized with a distinctive Schulich leaf right beside their names according to their level of support toward the Schulich Annual Fund annual campaign.
|Special Naming Opportunities
Donors can also leave a permanent mark on the School by naming a scholarship, a classroom, an office or other prominent spaces in the building. Named gifts are lasting reminders to future generations of the remarkable and generous contributions by donors, families, friends and other supporters of the School. Numerous naming opportunities exist at various giving levels. Please contact us for more information.The Schulich School of Business and York University are honoured to recognize the generosity of donors in various Schulich and York University donor publications, both printed and digital. Your donation can remain anonymous at your request. Please contact the Development Office at (416) 736-5648 to confirm how you would like to be recognized.