Financial support is designed to expand access to mental health and wellness resources
Stephen Laditi (Year 1 CivE, left) and Favour Nwanna (Year 1 TrackOne, right) are two graduates of the Blueprint program who will be starting undergraduate studies at U of T Engineering this fall.
A team of more than 70 undergraduate and graduate students has designed and built an award-winning autonomous electric vehicle
The show must go on: Skule™ Nite to premiere all-virtual musical and comedy show for 100th anniversary
For 99 years, U of T Engineering students have put on a musical and comedy show, Skule™ Nite, to packed audiences at Hart House Theatre. But in its 100th year, while surefire jokes about Skule™
Engineering can take you places. Just ask Ben Sprenger (Year 4 MIE), who spent two weeks in the summer of 2019 talking to Mongolian nomads about portable solar generators. “I wanted to apply the
‘My dream job’: How a PEY Co-op student is helping develop a new generation of autonomous space robots
At Canadian space engineering firm MDA, Erin Richardson (Year 3 EngSci) is designing robotic systems for NASA’s Lunar Gateway