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.
The objective of this annual one-day conference is to broaden our students’ horizons through engagement with world leaders in a wide range of sectors corresponding to our program’s majors. Students learn about research, education and career opportunities for young engineers from innovators and thought leaders who share their expertise and career path through presentations and networking events.
Want to have a big impact in a rapidly changing world?
This event for current EngSci students includes an energy sector panel with Q&A, guest alumni speakers, and networking opportunities.
Learn about innovation and research in the energy sector and how the EngSci Energy Systems Major provides a path to opportunities.
Engineering Science and Engineering Physics graduates are invited to the 18th Annual Engineering Science Dinner.
Join fellow alumni, faculty members and students for a lively cocktail reception where student clubs will show off some of their newest creations, followed by a festive dinner in the beautiful Great Hall at Hart House–this year with a special musical surprise!
We are delighted to welcome EngSci alumnus Tom Chau (9T2) as our keynote speaker. Professor Chau was recently awarded the Order of Ontario–the province’s highest honour–for his pioneering work creating unique communication technologies for children with complex disabilities.
Keynote address: ‘Listen to me I have something to say’ — Enabling communication through access innovations
Tom Chau (EngSci 9T2), vice-president of research at the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, professor at the Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering
Join us for this year’s alumni dinner! Live musicians, fascinating people, and the wonderful atmosphere of the Great Hall – who would miss it?
Discounted tickets are available for alumni currently enrolled in graduate studies.
Want to get a group of classmates together to join you at the dinner? Join the EngSci Group in U of T Engineering CONNECT to find EngSci or EngPhys grads from your year.
Not sure if you’re on our mailing list to receive future invitations? Update your address through the alumni services website.
During the Praxis II Showcase, students in this first year course share their proposed engineering designs for a wide variety of projects in the Toronto area.
Community stakeholders, interested members of the public, students, faculty and alumni are invited to interact with students as they share posters, prototypes and presentations.
Media inquiries are welcome, please see the event website for contact details.
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. Project details can be found here.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
EngSci and EngPhys alumni from the honoured years whose graduation year ends in 3 or 8 are invited to the EngSci Luncheon during Alumni Reunion 2018. 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 to register for this and other Skule reunion events.
Not sure if you’re on the mailing list? Update your contact information here to make sure you receive an invitation.
Need help getting in touch with your old classmates? Join the EngSci Group in U of T Engineering CONNECT, the online meeting place exclusively for graduates of our program, or contact Christina Heidorn at email@example.com.