U of T Engineering students Alice Wolfe, Jelica Bornath, Milan Yang, Ashley McIlvena (all MechE 1T7 + PEY) stand outside the Qing Dynasty Summer Palace in Beijing in October 2017. They were in China to collaborate with local students as part of the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering’s international capstone course. (Photo courtesy: Ashley McIlvena) January 29, 2018 | By Tyler Irving

Engineering students experience cross-cultural design with international capstone course

Students from China and Canada work together on challenges brought forward by industry

U of T Engineering students partnered with the Winds of Change initiative and community members in Pedro Arauz, Nicaragua to build a windmill to pump water for agricultural irrigation. A new initiative is expanding such projects to a range of undergraduate and graduate courses. (Photo: Rob Scott) January 29, 2018 | By Tyler Irving

Going global: New partnerships enable engineering students to work on design challenges abroad

Projects facilitated by the Centre for Global Engineering include partners in Nicaragua, India, and Kenya

The rocket bearing Kepler Communications' satellite, Long March 11 launching on January 19th at 12:11PM BST marking the 100th successful launch from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in China. (Courtesy: Kepler Communications) January 22, 2018 | By Chris Sorensen

Liftoff: U of T Engineering startup Kepler takes flight with satellite launch in China

Company founded out of U of T Engineering accelerators the Entrepreneurship Hatchery and Start@UTIAS

Professor Milos Popovic, at right, speaks with a U of T Engineering alumnus about his research. Popovic has been named research director of the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute. (Credit: Jonathan Sabeniano) January 11, 2018 | By Luke Ng

Milos Popovic appointed research director of the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute

IBBME professor is a world-renowned researcher in the field of rehabilitation engineering

Left to right: Professor Jason Bazylak, Dean Cristina Amon and Elder Kim Running Bear McDougall at a reception following a smudging ceremony for the Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship, the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering’s newest building (photo by Roberta Baker) January 9, 2018 | By Hannah James

Truth and Reconciliation: Eagles’ Longhouse creates a ‘Blueprint to Action’ for U of T Engineering

Committee aims to improve U of T Engineering’s relationship with Indigenous peoples

The Aviation Week Network’s list of “Tomorrow’s Technology Leaders: The 20 Twenties” includes both alumnus Arthur Brown (EngSci 1T6) and student Jeremy Wang (Year 4 EngSci). (Photo: Tyler Irving) January 9, 2018 | By Tyler Irving

Engineering student and alumnus named to list of future aerospace leaders

“20 Twenties” awards recognize academic performance, civic contribution and research or design project