U of T student team helps local church achieve sustainability and reduce its energy footprint

July 2019 Update: The U of T CECA student chapter team placed first in the initial round of the Green Energy Challenge. They now have to create a video and present their project at the NECA convention in Las Vegas in September. With energy costs on the rise, organizations all over Canada are looking to reduce their… Read more »

Seven U of Tengineers awarded Canada Research Chairs

This is an excerpt of a story that originally appeared on U of T Engineering News. Seven researchers from across U… Read more »

Engineering Society presidents reflect on Skule™ culture

Passing of the torch: Former University of Toronto Engineering Society (EngSoc) president Teresa Nguyen and current EngSoc president Ernesto Diaz Lozano Patiño. (Photos: EngSoc)

This story originally appeared on Engineering Alumni& Friends. Since 1885, the University of Toronto Engineering Society (EngSoc) has brought students… Read more »

Parking app takes home top prize at Hatchery Accelerator competition

Recipe for success: coffee, and advice from Joseph Orozco, entrepreneur and executive director of The Entrepreneurship Hatchery (right). Twenty-three student teams worked to turn ideas into viable business plans at Hatchery Accelerator Weekend, Jan. 22 and 23 at the University of Toronto. (credit: Cherry Fan).

This story originally appeared on U of T Engineering News. There is only one rule at Hatchery Accelerator weekend: there… Read more »

Sasha Gollish teaches alumni a lesson in persevering on and off the track

Running veteran Sasha Gollish is pursuing a PhD aimed at advancing engineering education with lessons from the track. (Photo: Leigh Tynan)

This story originally appeared on Engineering Alumni & Friends. Middle-distance runner Sasha Gollish (CivE MEng 1T0, EngEd PhD Candidate) made… Read more »

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