Congratulations, EngSci class of 1T8 and 1T7 PEY!

The EngSci alumni community welcomes the newest cohort of EngSci graduates to our global network of graduates. They have shared their congratulations and some life advice below as you head out into the “real world”.

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19 entries.
Isi Caulder (8T9) from Toronto wrote on June 18, 2018:
WOW! Well done! Now you are more than ready to use your great powers of reason, combine with creativity and compassion, and make a positive difference in the world! No time to waste.
Bill Hollings from Toronto wrote on June 18, 2018:
Congratulations on making it through Eng Sci! Eng Sci's are well known for making their mark on the world...and now it is your turn! All the best on your future endeavours!
Ping Lin (8T5) from Belleville wrote on June 18, 2018:
Congratulations and Best Wishes for your next endeavors!
George wrote on June 18, 2018:
Congratulations on your major achievement! Apply what you've learned (and about yourself) to your future endeavours. Stay humble, work smart and smile. The world is waiting....!
Saima Ali (1T7) from Toronto wrote on June 18, 2018:
To the wonderful EngSci community that I was fortunate enough to meet and be a part of: a huge & heartfelt congratulations to all of you. May your post-EngSci endeavors be successful & efforts fruitful, and may you never try to push on a rope!!
Ben Zuo from Petawawa wrote on June 14, 2018:
Remember that as you move on to the next phase of your life, you won't have all the answers but at least now, you have the skills to know HOW TO FIND the answers!
Peter Zhang from Cambridge wrote on June 13, 2018:
Congratulations on this milestone! Keep in touch with your friends and colleagues, make new friends in your next phase in career and life. Stay curious and work hard 🙂
David Shindman 7T5 from Toronto wrote on June 11, 2018:
Always remember: After EngSci, life is easy.
Mahdi wrote on June 9, 2018:
The University of Toronto have worked hard putting together the Program that you are an alumni of. Congrats for passing this significant milestone in your lives.
Candice Chan, EngSci 1T3+PEY from Toronto wrote on June 8, 2018:
Congratulations, EngSci 1T7+PEY's and 1T8's! Your graduation from EngSci not only marks an end of a great chapter in life but also a beginning of another exciting chapter. Keep exploring and growing, and never stop learning!
Ron Lake from Vancouver wrote on June 8, 2018:
Congratulations. It was worth if. Graduating from Eng. Sci will carry you to all sorts of career adventures in Toronto and around the world.
Mark Ebden from Toronto wrote on June 8, 2018:
Justin Bimbrahw from Newmarket wrote on June 7, 2018:
Congratulations for all your hard work and for a well-deserved reward! Believe in yourselves, aim for the sky and keep smiling.
Dawn Kilkenny from Toronto wrote on June 7, 2018:
EngSci Class of 1T8: Many congratulations on this significant milestone as you continue on your individual career paths. Keep navigating, keep achieving, and most importantly, keep in touch!!
David Bird, Undergraduate Academic Advisor, Years 1 & 2 (Acting) wrote on May 23, 2018:
Your aptitude for academic rigor and demonstrated social consciousness have prepared you for the next directions on your journey to success. Congratulations on reaching this milestone!
Deepa Kundur from Toronto wrote on May 18, 2018:
Well done! You have made it through one of the toughest engineering programs in the world! You have found long-lasting friendships and won the respect of your peers and professors. As you go forward, remember that you can achieve anything! - D. Kundur
Rodrigo Fernandez-Gonzalez from Toronto wrote on May 18, 2018:
Congrats Engineers!!! Life was meant for great adventures. Yours begin NOW!!
Christina Heidorn (EngSci 9T1), EngSci External Relations Officer wrote on May 16, 2018:
😄👍 Congratulations to you all! As you head out into the world, I share with you the most important thing I learned in EngSci (I think it was taught to me in a first year course): always challenge your assumptions. Works in math, works in life. Keep in touch and let us know where you end up--we love bragging about our graduates! I wish you good luck, good health, and good friends. --Christina
Batman wrote on May 16, 2018:
Batman says: Way to go, EngScis!