Women and Science and Engineering is proud to present to you our momentous 8th Annual National Conference!
The WISE National Conference serves as a catalyst to inspire and empower individuals to pursue their passions, broaden their horizons, and form meaningful connections.
The conference brings together delegates from all across Canada to share ideas and become inspired over the course of a two-day event dedicated to professional and personal growth.
You will have the opportunity to hear from inspirational leaders from a wide range of STEM fields, expand your skill set in technical and professional development workshops, and challenge yourself in our competitions. The National Conference will provide you with motivation and empowerment to expand your potential and catalyze change in your environment.
Join us on January 25th and 26th! #WISENC20 #LeadwithoutLimits
The event will feature:
- Keynote speakers
- Career fair
- On-site interviews
- Plenty of networking opportunities with industry professionals and academia!
Solve computational problems in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The Daisy Hackathon is a 24-hour programming competition. Your challenge is to solve related parallel computing problems in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The goal? Beat your competitors for a chance to win a paid internship and cash prizes.
Create a team of three and join us for 24 hours of hacking. You’ll have access to the best hardware on the market and a team of mentors with years of experience in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
You don’t have to be a pro to attend. If this is your first hackathon, we’d love to have you join in! The competition is designed for participants with a range of programming skills and experience levels.
Tiny but powerful! Come hear about the exciting possibilities of engineering at the molecular level!
Presented: Professor Tim Bender.
This session will provide you with helpful tools that will help you learn more efficiently and effectively as an engineering student.
Lunch will be provided!
Business know-how is not just for entrepreneurs. It’s valuable for any engineer in any company. Attend this session to learn how you can incorporate finance, marketing and management into your list of future skills.
Presented: Professor Bryan Karney and Professor Elham Marzi.
The deadline for name changes for March Convocation in Absentia is February 3, 2020.
Join Dean Chris Yip for coffee and a light lunch on February 3, 2020, from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. in GB202 to have your voice heard on the following topics: PEY Co-op and the Engineering Career Centre, active learning,building an inclusive culture within the U of T Engineering community, workload and the student experience.
Please RSVP by January. 27.
Would you like to submit a question? Click here!
This event is open to all students.
Are you musically inclined? Or curious about the technology connections? Attend this session to learn more about the exciting collaboration between the Faculty of Music and U of T Engineering.
Presenter: Professor Willy Wong and Professor Ryan McClelland.
Do you have a passion for alternative energy systems? Curious about how engineers can improve the state of the environment? Attend this session to learn about how one of these two minors can be a part of your degree.
Presenter: Professor Bryan Karney.
Attend this conference to learn how YOU learn best, so you can identify and develop habits that will help you maintain motivation and achieve your goals. Learn from student life professionals, learning strategists, peers and alumni through student and alumni panels and interactive workshops so you can:
- Learn skills to help you thrive
- Identify effective learning strategies
- Define what success means to you
- Explore identity and learning
- Connect with peers
This conference is open to all students. Earn CCR recognition by attending.
For more information and to register, visit the conference web page.