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Grads to Watch 2022

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Engineering Research Day showcases the role of engineers in addressing sustainability issues

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EngSci alumnus Alfred Aho elected to the National Academy of Sciences

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Praxis III co-instructor receives Faculty Teaching Assistant Award

Featured Event

2022 EngSci Spring Convocation

June 16, 2:30-4:30 PM EDT, Convocation Hall

We look forward to celebrating the graduating EngSci class of 2T2 and 2T1 PEY at Spring Convocation 2022.

Please find full details on the Convocation website.

#UofTGrad22

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  Join us for events Orange Shirt Day, a national movement in recognition of the experiences of survivors of residential schools in Canada. In the spirit of reconciliation and healing, Canadians are asked to wear... Read more »
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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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