“Stay calm and be you” — professors, alumni, students and staff share advice and encouragement
‘Just keep going’: International student Eman Hammad juggled four kids and earned a PhD in engineering
Juggling four children, Eman Hammad (ECE PhD 1T8) completed her PhD dissertation in smart grid cybersecurity by tapping into the university resources around her, having her family pitch in, and simply
More than 1,100 Ontario students in Grades 3 to 8 visited U of T Engineering on June 5 for a chance to peek under the surface of today’s technologies — all while experiencing the excitement of
U of T Engineering students selected to compete in Canadian Reduced Gravity Experiment Design Challenge
Team FAM (Fluids Affected by Magnetism) will fly their experiment in microgravity to examine the heat transfer in paramagnetic fluids under external magnetic fields.
“20 Twenties” awards recognize academic performance, civic contribution and research or design project
Chevrolet Bolt to be made autonomous by U of T Engineering team