Have you ever wondered about adding a minor or certificate to your degree? Attend this session for an overview of your options and how to fit one (or two) to your program.
Presenters: Professor Bryan Karney and Sharon Brown
Manufacturing is the most intensive research and development economic sector in Canada, accounting for 75% of all private sector research expenditure. Come find out how the Advanced Manufacturing Minor can connect with your degree.
Presenter: Professor Hani Naguib.
Business know-how is not just for entrepreneurs — it’s valuable for any engineer in any company. Learn how you can incorporate finance, marketing and management into your list of future skills!
Presenter: Professor Bryan Karney.
NSBE Hacks U of T is the first university student-run black hackathon in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). It is a 12-hour fun-filled hackathon hosted by the National Society of Black Engineers U of T Chapter.
To participate, you must register by 12:00 a.m., January 12, 2019. Apply online.
To find out more about NSBE U of T chapter and the awesome things we do, click here!
Tiny but powerful! Come hear about the exciting possibilities of engineering at the molecular level!
Presenter: Professor Tim Bender.
Attend an info session about the Faculty’s newest offerings. Attend this session to learn how AI is impacting every area of engineering.
Presenter: Professor Jason Anderson.
Deloitte has partnered with U of T Black Ties and the National Society of Black Engineers – U of T Chapter to host the Expeditions Case Competition on Feb. 9, 2019.
This competition will involve completing a marketing case regarding the development of autonomous vehicles. This is a great opportunity for those who want to pursue a career as a consultant or entrepreneur.
Applications are open now and the deadline to apply is Jan. 19, 2019! Teams of 3-4 can apply to participate by using our Google Form.
The fee to compete is $20. Black Ties members receive $10 off (refunded after the competition).
Two different approaches to the intersection of biology and engineering. Which one suits you best? Health-related? Bio-process? We’ll explain the difference at this information session.
Presenters: Professor Emma Master and Professor Dawn Kilkenny.