March 24, 2017 | By Tyler Irving

Strengthening educational capacity abroad through Academics Without Borders

U of T Engineering academics volunteer to support post-secondary education in developing countries worldwide


March 23, 2017 | By Engineering Strategic Communications

Federal budget supports digital literacy and work-integrated learning

The 2017 federal budget earmarks $50 million over two years for Teaching Kids to Code, a fund that supports teaching… Read more »


March 21, 2017 | By Geoffrey Vendeville

Early Career Teaching Award: Q & A with Dawn Kilkenny

This post originally appeared on U of T News. Her students wouldn’t suspect it, but Dawn Kilkenny feels a little… Read more »


March 21, 2017 | By Tyler Irving

Engineering tomorrow’s economy with a new undergraduate minor option in Advanced Manufacturing

U of T Engineering undergraduate students can choose to learn the techniques, materials and systems that will drive the global innovation economy


Professor Elizabeth Edwards (ChemE, right), is being honoured with a 2017 Faculty Award for her pioneering research, which also demonstrates the best in cross-disciplinary collaboration, and for outstanding teaching. The annual prize recognizes U of T teaching staff who consistently demonstrate all-around excellence in both their scholarly work and in the classroom. (Credit: Sara Collaton) March 21, 2017 | By Janet Rowe

Elizabeth Edwards receives a 2017 Faculty Award for outstanding teaching and research

The annual prize recognizes U of T teaching staff who consistently demonstrate all-around excellence in both their scholarly work and in the classroom


Professor Timothy Chan (MIE, left) and Christopher Sun (MIE PhD candidate) studied data on cardiac arrest locations in Toronto to determine a list of “Top 10” businesses where placing automated external defibrillators would save lives — Tim Hortons coffee shops topped the rankings. (Credit: Marit Mitchell). March 20, 2017 | By Liz Do

Coffee shops, 24-hour ATMs the best locations for life-saving AEDs, research shows

U of T Engineering team creates list of top 10 businesses where placing automatic external defibrillators would save lives