U of T Engineering welcomed more than 1,200 new undergraduates and more than 800 new graduate students to campus this week with a number of exciting events including parades, clubs fairs, campus
Marissa Wu (EngSci 1T3) continues to grow her smart-watch sports coaching startup, Onyx Motion, as she shuttles between New York basketball courts, Rocky Mountain startup retreats, and her office
Toronto’s longest single graffiti installation celebrates the Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship
This story is Part 1 of a seven-part series, U of T Engineering in the City, running throughout fall 2015. A bold, colourful and unconventional collaboration has taken shape at the University of
At the annual Undergraduate Engineering Research Day (UnERD), held August 19, students who spent their summer working in labs across U of T Engineering presented their findings to a wider audience.
This story is Part 8 of an eight-part series, Engineering Experiential Learning, running throughout spring and summer 2015. Earlier this summer, third-year engineering student Brittany Green (Year
It’s a sunny summer morning, and engineering student Karen Mukwedeya (Year 4 ChemE) is up to her ankles in water. As an instructor for this year’s Jr. DEEP outreach camp, she’s standing in