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Engineering Science Education Conference 2022

Fireside chats | Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022
Conference sessions | Friday and Saturday, Jan. 21 and 22, 2022

NOTE:  Year 1 & 2 EngSci students, your classes will be cancelled
on Friday, Jan 21, to allow you to attend the conference.


The Engineering Science Education Conference (ESEC) is an annual conference for Engineering Science students at the University of Toronto.

The objective of ESEC is to broaden EngSci students' horizons about potential career paths and how engineers can have an impact in the world.  Since 2006, we have invited thought leaders to present lectures that explore research, education and career opportunities for bright upcoming engineers. 

In accordance with public health guidelines, ESEC 2022 will be a virtual event.

To prepare for the conference, check out the following links about the conference, schedule, and invited speakers!

Countdown to ESEC 2022

The Engineering Science Education Conference will officially start on Thursday, January 20th and will run until Saturday, January 22nd, 2022

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Pre-Conference Questions

Before the conference read up on the speakers to learn about their areas of expertise and career paths.

Then submit a question before the conference through Slido. Do you have any burning questions about a certain speaker's experiences that relates to your own career goals? Would you be interested in certain topics being addressed or explained during their talk? Now is your chance!

Please note that all questions will be moderated.

Register for the ESEC Prep Workshop

Tues., Jan. 18 | 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm EST | Zoom

This workshop, hosted by Troost ILead will help first- and second-year EngSci students get the most out of their Engineering Science Education Conference (ESEC) experience.

You will learn strategies for networking in a professional setting (with speakers, faculty, and fellow classmates) and knowledge on how and what to prepare for the conference. These skills are more important now than ever in our current online-only circumstances.

Students will learn:

  • Networking skills, approaches, & mindsets
  • How to prepare for a networking situation
  • The art of asking good professional questions

Register for the Prep Workshop here.

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Engineering Science Education Conference 2022

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