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EngSci News

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The year ahead: Q-and-A with U of T Engineering Dean Christopher Yip

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Making the most of an unusual semester: How EngSci students are adapting to remote learning

National Day of Remembrance

‘Reflect, remember, respond’: U of T commemorates National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

Deb Raji

Alumna named to Forbes 30 Under 30 list

Engineering Science Education Conference (ESEC)

Our unique annual event exclusively for EngSci students.

Upcoming Events

Jan
21
Thu
all day ESEC 2021 @ Online Event
ESEC 2021 @ Online Event
Jan 21 – Jan 23 all day
ESEC 2021 @ Online Event
  Now in its 16th year, this annual one-day conference aims to broaden our students’ horizons through engagement with world leaders in a wide range of sectors related to our program’s majors. EngSci students learn... Read more »
Feb
15
Mon
all day Family Day
Family Day
Feb 15 all day
The university will be closed.  Enjoy the holiday!
all day Reading Week
Reading Week
Feb 15 – Feb 19 all day
 
Apr
2
Fri
all day Good Friday
Good Friday
Apr 2 all day
The university will be closed.
Apr
16
Fri
all day Last day of winter term classes
Last day of winter term classes
Apr 16 all day
Please note that the last day of classes was moved to this later date in Nov. 2020.
May
21
Fri
all day Presidential Day
Presidential Day
May 21 all day
The university will be closed.
May
24
Mon
all day Victoria Day
Victoria Day
May 24 all day
The university will be closed.

U of T Engineering CONNECT

U of T Engineering CONNECT is a gateway to enriching your professional and personal network. Discover why over 2,400 EngScis have already joined.

Engineers for the World (E4TW)

Our motto in EngSci at U of T is Engineers for the World (E4TW) because our goal is to educate engineers who: seek to solve the world's most critical problems; have compassion for the human condition; want to collaborate with people across multiple disciplines, cultural backgrounds and 'thought perspectives' to achieve a better world; and encourage technological progress that improves life for citizens across the globe.

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