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Gordon Cressy Awards received by 3 EngSci’s

Amir Allana (EngSci 1T2), Wen Song (EngSci 1T2) and Jonathan Sun (EngSci 1T1 + PEY) have all recieved the University of Toronto’s 2012 Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Award.  Click here for more details.

Seth Strimas-Mackey wins the Nortel Institute Undergraduate Scholarship

Every year, Engineering Communications Technology Institute at the University of Toronto awards the Nortel Institute Undergraduate Scholarship. We are proud to annouce that he recipient 2011-2012 recepient is Engineering Science Student Seth Strimas-Mackey. Please visit the ECTI website for more information.

EngSci Wins 2012 Northrop Frye Award

The Northrop Frye award recognizes linkages made between teaching and research by an academic Department or Division at the University. Our nomination was built around our “cycle of teaching and research in engineering science”, where a) curriculum highlights research and research skills; b) students and faculty collaborate on research; c) many engineering science students go… Read more »

3 EngSci Students Selected for “The Next 36” Entrepreneurship Program

We would like to extend our congratulations to Engineering Science students Cheryl Cui (Biomedical 1T2), Rafal Dittwald (Energy 1T2) and Ji Zhou (Mathematics, Statistics and Finance 1T3), who were three of thirty-six students chosen from universities across North America for the prestigious entrepreneurship program, The Next 36 in 2012. Click here to read more.

Student-developed app helps those with speech problems express themselves

As part of his Professional Experience Year, EngSci student Akash Sahney (1T2+PEY) helped develop an app to assist people with speech problems. Working in tandem with other UofT students and alumni and the U of T’s Technologies for Aging Gracefully Lab, Akash and his colleagues built technology entitled MyVoice for smart phones that allows individuals to use… Read more »

Top GTA high school grads joining EngSci

Four of GTA’s top scholars – Harris Chan, Ashley Deonarain, Shums Kassam and Tommy Pearson – will be joining the Division of Engineering Science in September 2011. For the full story, click here.

The diversity of computer science

Eitan Grinspun  (9T7) describes how his education prepared him for many career paths. For full story, click here.