Graduating Award Winners 2017-2018

The Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering would like to recognize the following 2017-2018 award winners who are graduating on June 19, 2018. Congratulations on your achievements.   Ontario Professional Engineers Foundation for Education Gold Medal Shi Miao Yu / Chemical Engineering   W.S. Wilson Medals Syed Mohammad Touhid Imam / Civil Engineering Mark Umanec… Read more »

U of T Engineering’s Office of the Registrar Celebrates Pride Month

This June, U of T Engineering’s Office of the Registrar got together with friends from the Engineering Outreach Office and Engineering Strategies and Practice (ESP), to celebrate Pride Month and display their pride. On Wednesday, June 20, all three U of T campuses celebrate Pride Month with the annual #DisplayYourPride event. Happy Pride!      … Read more »

Preparing future engineers: U of T Engineering to launch new transdisciplinary institute

U of T Engineering’s newest research institute answers a challenging question: how should we prepare the next generation of engineering leaders for the world they will face in 2050? The Institute for Studies in Transdisciplinary Engineering Education and Practice (ISTEP)was approved by the University’s Governing Council earlier this month, and will begin operations July 1. ISTEP… Read more »

U of T Engineering opens the Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship

The University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering launched a new era in engineering education and research today with the official opening of the Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship. Named in honour of the Myhal family — including George Myhal (IndE 7T8) and his wife Rayla, two of the Faculty’s most ardent supporters —… Read more »

Myhal family champions next-generation engineering innovation and entrepreneurship

This spring when U of T Engineering opens the doors to the Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship (Myhal Centre), it will mark the success of an ambitious campaign and reflect a new era for engineering – one with multidisciplinary collaboration and active, experiential learning at its core. The Myhal Centre will offer one of the finest teaching and research… Read more »

TEAL Fellows: Redesigning the classroom experience

U of T Engineering’s newest building — the Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship (CEIE) — is home to technology-enhanced active learning (TEAL) rooms designed to support blended modalities of teaching and creative design activities. A new Faculty-wide program is supporting professors as they leverage the potential of these spaces and implement active learning approaches across all… Read more »