Allen Lau (ElecE 9T1, ECE MASc 9T2), co-founder of the story-sharing platform Wattpad, says Toronto is an ideal place to launch a global company as long as entrepreneurs take advantage of the city's diversity of cultures and languages. (Credit: Chris Sorensen) September 19, 2018 | By Chris Sorensen

Wattpad’s secret to success? Think globally and hire locally, co-founder and U of T Engineering alumnus says

Allen Lau says Toronto’s diversity gives his company a distinct advantage in international markets

September 18, 2018 | By Geoffrey Vendeville

Meet U of T Engineering Schulich Leaders who want to make a difference on campus and in the world

Two U of T Engineering students are among just 25 high school graduates across Canada to receive Schulich Leader Scholarships in engineering

Professor Paul Young (CivMin) has been named a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, recognizing his pioneering work in rock mechanics and geoengineering. (Courtesy: Paul Young) September 18, 2018 | By Lamia Bica

Paul Young elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering

International body brings together the most successful and talented engineers for the shared purpose of advancing and promoting excellence in engineering

Dr. Emily Moore is joining U of T Engineering as the new director of Troost ILead and an associate professor in the Institute for Studies in Transdisciplinary Engineering Education. (Courtesy: Hatch) September 17, 2018 | By Marit Mitchell

Emily Moore named new director of Troost ILead

Distinguished engineer, Rhodes Scholar joins U of T Engineering to advance innovations in leadership education

September 14, 2018 | By Liz Do

U of T Engineering community experiences new Myhal Centre at interactive open house

Faculty, staff, students and alumni brought together to explore new building at #MYOpenHouse event

Professor Michael Carter (MIE) has been elected Fellow of the country’s highest health-related scholarly body, the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences, the first industrial engineer to hold the rank. (Credit: Brian Tran) September 14, 2018 | By Brian Tran

Michael Carter elected Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences

MIE professor honoured for his pioneering research in health care engineering, becomes first industrial engineer inducted into the CAHS