The award recognizes students who, in addition to academic achievement, have demonstrated their character and made positive changes in their communities
Three cool virtual labs: How U of T Engineering instructors are getting creative with remote active learning
Without access to on-campus lab equipment, software or space, instructors are finding new ways to give students hands-on experiences
Two incoming engineering students were named top scholars this year by the Toronto District School Board (TDSB)
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.
CivMin PhD candidate is one of just five recipients from more than 550 nominated teaching assistants across the entire University
Engineering is a collaborative process, and effective teamwork is a key requirement for success. Professor Alison Olechowski (MIE) takes a scientific approach to understand how teams come together,