Students from EngSci ECE capstone design will present their projects at this showcase at U of T Engineering. Come see what our students have been up to and where they intend to take projects with commercial potential.
Interested alumni, entrepreneurs and investors are invited to learn more by contacting the course instructor, Av Utukuri (EngSci 9T6) — you can message him through the Connect platform or email email@example.com.
The university will be closed.
EngSci and EngPhys alumni from the honoured years whose graduation year ends in 2 or 7 are invited to the EngSci Luncheon during Spring Reunion 2017. Mix and mingle with EngSci Chair Professor Deepa Kundur and a select group of current students during an informal luncheon.
This event is exclusive to Engineering Physics and Engineering Science graduates and their families, and registration is required. Visit the Spring Reunion website and search “Engineering Science” to RSVP!
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Graduating EngSci students and their guests are invited to the EngSci convocation reception, which will take place immediately before the convocation ceremony.
This is a private event and registration is required. Graduating students will receive an email invitation with registration instructions — coming to your inbox in late May!
We look forward to celebrating with the graduating class of 2017!
Students and alumni are invited to a thought-provoking and inspiring talk by author and pop culture phenom Jonathan Sun (EngSci 1T1 + PEY), best known by his Twitter alias: “jomny sun, aliebn confuesed abot humamn lamgauge.”
Find out why Time magazine selected Sun as one of the “25 Most Influential People on the Internet.”
Sun will discuss how his short-form writing project on Twitter became a critically acclaimed book and how his time at U of T Engineering was formative to his creative and personal development.
A book signing and sale will follow the talk!
For details and to register, visit the event website.
Thinking of becoming an EngSci student? Come to Fall Campus Day to learn more about our program, chat with current students, and tour the campus. Details will be available through the event website in the fall.