In his speech to the Class of 2021, Colcleugh advises graduates not to wait for change to happen, but to be agents of change themselves.
U of T Engineering’s Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (ILead) hosted a first-of-its-kind national conference on engineering leadership education.
If you’re like many others using Twitter and LinkedIn, you’ve probably overdosed on articles headlined, “How to be more like Steve Jobs”, “Gandhi’s five tricks to success”, or “What
How do you create a leadership culture in engineering? From September 27-28, a group of more than 35 educators and industry professionals from across North America gathered at U of T to discuss their
Congratulations to the ten U of T engineers inducted into the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) today. Professor Elizabeth Edwards (ChemE), along with alumni John Bianchini (ChemE 8T5), Allan