Recipients from 2020 to 2023 were invited to celebrate in person for the first time since 2019, when COVID-19 restrictions were put in place
When it opens in spring 2018, U of T Engineering’s newest building will foster collaborations between students, faculty, alumni and industry
Imagine nearly 300 rival engineering students, seven competitions, 18 planet-seeking robots and a disco ball. That was the scene at the 12th annual University of Toronto Engineering Kompetition (UTEK).
By Angela Tran-Kingyens (EngSci 0T5) In February, two Skule™ alumni receptions were held in San Francisco (on February 21; coinciding with the IEEE International Solid State Circuits Conference)
It began as a modest affair in the depths of the Great Depression. For the graduates of the Class of 3T5, their monthly lunches were an opportunity to share ideas and each other’s company. About
What do you get when you combine 250 competing engineering students and a tight deadline? Pressure. And lots of it. On January 21, U of T Engineering students participated at the 10th annual U of