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Mr. Roger Trull

Vice President, UA and President, McMaster University Foundation

McMaster University

Direct Phone: (905) ***-**** ext. *****       

McMaster University

1280 Main Street West MGD A203

Hamilton, Ontario L8S 4M4

Canada

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Mac Parent Newsletter - Spring 2010

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On January 26th from 6 am to 10 pm, McMaster's Vice-President (University Advancement) Roger Trull and community leader Gary Santucci co-chaired the Haiti Media Telethon.


Corporate Administration Committee

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Item 8.5 Request to appear from Roger Trull, Vice President, McMaster University, - respecting Development Charges - McMaster University Student Residences and Athletic Centre.

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5.1 Roger Trull, Vice President, McMaster University, - speaking re Item 8.5 respecting Development Charges - McMaster University Student Residences and Athletic Centre, speaking only on part "c" of the Recommendation in the report: "That the development charge treatment of student residences remain unchanged as prescribed within the City's current development charge By-law 04-145. . The by-law states the following in relation to development by a university:
"development by a university.where such development is used for the academic or teaching purposes of the university . is exempt from development charges under this By-law save and except the Transit Charges component."
Mr. Trull asks that the new student residences be exempted from development charges of $921,072. He states that the residences at McMaster do not make money, and the business model for the new residences did not contemplate development charges.
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Mr. Trull then introduced legal counsel for McMaster university who has assessed the development charges bylaw, and asks "does your exemption for the university not include student residences? He states the by-law and its exemptions (see by-law above) and stresses the words where such development is used for the academic or teaching purposes of the university or school. He continues "I'm here to tell you today with respect to the opinion that you have received from your Toronto lawyers.the way your bylaw is presently drafted, we believe that student residences are for the academic purposes of the university," and points out case references and questions the applicability of these charges. He mentions rights of appeals in regard to those by-laws including Ontario Municipal Board, and urged that the charges be reconsidered and recognize that the "core academic purposes of the university do include student residences."
Councillor Ferguson inquires if there is "any iniative for downtown student residences? and Mr. Trull replies "not at this time. When questioned further about the campus in Burlington, he replies that McMaster sees it as an expansion and explains that the City of Burlington did a request for proposal across Canada inviting universities to locate there.


CCAE's Development for Deans ...

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CCAE's Development for Deans and Academic Leaders is chaired by Roger Trull, retired Vice-President, Advancement, McMaster University.

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As McMaster University's retired Vice-President of University Advancement (1993 - 2011), Roger Trull built one of Canada's leading advancement operations. Under his leadership, McMaster developed an integrated advancement model that is emulated nationally and internationally.
During Roger's tenure, McMaster University received a number of landmark gifts, including the largest cash gift in Canadian history: the $105 million DeGroote gift. In 2010, Roger's team surpassed the $400 million private sector goal for The Campaign for McMaster University by raising $474 million.
Roger is a recipient of the Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education's (CCAE) Outstanding Achievement Award, supported by Manulife Financial.


CCAE's Development for Deans ...

www.ccaecanada.org [cached]

CCAE's Development for Deans and Academic Leaders is chaired by Roger Trull, retired Vice-President, Advancement, McMaster University.

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Roger Trull
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Roger Trull
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Roger Trull
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Lorna Somers and Roger Trull
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Lorna Somers and Roger Trull
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Roger Trull
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Roger Trull
As McMaster University's retired Vice-President of University Advancement (1993 - 2011), Roger Trull built one of Canada's leading advancement operations. Under his leadership, McMaster developed an integrated advancement model that is emulated nationally and internationally.
During Roger's tenure, McMaster University received a number of landmark gifts, including the largest cash gift in Canadian history: the $105 million DeGroote gift. In 2010, Roger's team surpassed the $400 million private sector goal for The Campaign for McMaster University by raising $474 million.
Roger is a recipient of the Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education's (CCAE) Outstanding Achievement Award, supported by Manulife Financial.


CCAE's Development for Deans ...

www.ccaecanada.org [cached]

CCAE's Development for Deans and Academic Leaders is chaired by Roger Trull, retired Vice-President, Advancement, McMaster University.

...
Roger Trull
...
Roger Trull
...
Roger Trull
...
Lorna Somers and Roger Trull
...
Lorna Somers and Roger Trull
...
Roger Trull
...
Roger Trull
As McMaster University's retired Vice-President of University Advancement (1993 - 2011), Roger Trull built one of Canada's leading advancement operations. Under his leadership, McMaster developed an integrated advancement model that is emulated nationally and internationally.
During Roger's tenure, McMaster University received a number of landmark gifts, including the largest cash gift in Canadian history: the $105 million DeGroote gift. In 2010, Roger's team surpassed the $400 million private sector goal for The Campaign for McMaster University by raising $474 million.
Roger is a recipient of the Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education's (CCAE) Outstanding Achievement Award, supported by Manulife Financial.

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