“Stay calm and be you” — professors, alumni, students and staff share advice and encouragement
Workshops, advisors and meetings with Faculty leadership can help tackle imposter phenomenon, enhance time management skills, and empower students to thrive
The Jan. 26 event challenges students to program innovative solutions in just 12 hours
U of T Engineering graduate students attend National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Fall Region 1 Conference in November
Meet Mikhail Burke, Dean’s Advisor on Black Inclusivity Initiatives and Student Inclusion & Transition Mentor
"I’m glad that U of T Engineering sees a need to address diversity and inclusion, and I’m glad that I can be a part of that process."
Adam De Biasi (Year 3 MechE) was less than a week into his job at Tesla Motors when he was asked to design a completely new mechanical component using a software program he had never used before.