Reading Week: No lectures, tutorials or practicals.
Exam timetable for S and Y courses posted (tentative).
This May, U of T Engineering is participating in the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival – the largest event of its kind in the world.
Titled Ambition, Innovation & Excellence: A Decade at Skule™, the Faculty’s exhibit will provide visitors with a unique and intimate portrayal of the engineering spirit, with a focus on our community’s remarkable achievements in engineering research, education and entrepreneurship over the last 10 years.
We invite members of the U of T Engineering community to submit their best photos for consideration by March 1, 2019. If selected for the exhibit, your photo will be displayed in printed or digital format in the Myhal Centre for the duration of the festival!
About the Festival
The Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival is the largest annual photography event in the world, and a premiere cultural experience in Canada, with over 200 exhibitions and happenings in the Greater Toronto Area. CONTACT presents outstanding photographic imagery that reflects issues relevant to our times and the history of the medium.
Deadline: March 1, 2019
Email submissions to: email@example.com
- Who can enter: Entrants must be part of the U of T Engineering community, including undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, faculty, staff and alumni.
- What we’re looking for: Submit individual images or a thematically linked series of photographs. In all cases, images should be engineering-specific and relate to research, experiential learning and/or entrepreneurship in some way. We encourage submissions from Skule clubs.
- Tell us about your work: In 100 words or less, include a description of your submission with details about who or what is pictured, along with information about the photographer (e.g., name, program and year of study).
- Format and size: The images can be shot in any format, using any camera, on film or digital. Each image file can be a maximum of 5MB in size. All images must be submitted as JPEGs ONLY—files submitted in any other format (including TIFF, PDF, PSD, etc.) will not be reviewed.
- File naming: The file name of your image must be your first and last names followed by 01, 02, 03, etc. (e.g. SarahBrown01.jpg).
- Please note: Not all submissions will be showcased in the exhibit, due to limited space and thematic coherence. The curators will notify all entrants by March 22, 2019.
The Fineprint: U of T Engineering reserves the right to decline work that, in the curator’s judgement, does not match the online image submission. U of T Engineering reserves the right to display, reproduce and publish in any media, without payment, for the sole purpose of the 2019 Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival and its promotion and publicity. No copyright is transferred to U of T in respect of any works entered or accepted. Entrants must own the entire copyright for their submission or have permission from the copyright owner for use in this event. All relevant clearances and/or model releases must have been obtained for the use of the photographs for publication and exhibition.
Looking to meet other students? Drop by the CIE from 12:15 – 1:30 p.m. to enjoy a hot bowl of soup while you network with your peers.
Last day students can apply to re-enrol for the 2019 Fall Term.
Last day students can drop S courses without academic penalty, including S courses taken in the Faculty of Arts & Science.
Last day students can transfer to part-time studies.
Last day students can withdraw from S courses without academic penalty. The last date to cancel a course or your registration with no academic penalty may not always coincide with the last date that you are eligible for a refund. Review the refund schedule for applicable dates and deadlines.
Are you starting an internship or PEY Co-op placement this summer? Join us for a conversation about diversity in the workplace. Learn how to navigate challenging work situations and what to do if you witness or experience discrimination or harassment at work.
This event is co-hosted by the U of T Engineering Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Action Group & the Engineering Career Centre.
Dinner will be provided. Please register here.