Kimberly Cota and Jeremy Chan-Hao Wang (both EngSci 1T7 PEY) have been recognized as two of U of T Engineering’s Grads to Watch.
Graduating EngSci students Kimberly Cota and Jeremy Chan-Hao Wang (both 1T7 PEY) are among this year’s U of T Engineering Grads to Watch. Kimberly completed the Energy Systems Major where her undergraduate thesis focused on wireless charging for electric vehicles, an area of research she hopes to pursue in the future. Jeremy studied in the Aerospace Engineering Major and was named to the Aviation Week Network’s list of Tomorrow’s Technology Leaders: The 20 Twenties. He is the Chief Technology Officer for The Sky Guys, a company specializing in drone services.
Learn more about Kimberly and Jeremy, and see the complete list of Grads to Watch.
On Tuesday, June 19, the EngSci class of 1T8 and 1T7 PEY will walk across the stage at Convocation Hall to officially receive their degree.
Watch the livestream of the ceremony here.
Alumnus Arthur Brown (1T6) and student Jeremy Wang (Year 4) have been named to the Aviation Week Network’s list of “Tomorrow’s Technology Leaders: The 20 Twenties”. (Photo: Tyler Irving)
This year, two EngSci names appear on the Aviation Week Network’s prestigious list of up-and-coming aerospace industry leaders: alumnus Arthur Brown (1T6 Aerospace) and student Jeremy Wang (Year 4 Aerospace).
The list of Tomorrow’s Technology Leaders: The 20 Twenties, published in collaboration with the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), is an annual award recognizing outstanding contributions to learning, civic service and high-value research in this sector at an early age.
Learn what Arthur and Jeremy did to earn their places on the list.