Posts By: Dept. of Civil + Mineral Engineering

Introducing Prof. Lesley Warren

In January 2016, Prof. Lesley Warren will join the Department of Civil Engineering as the new Claudette MacKay-Lassonde Chair in Mineral Engineering. “As an applied scientist who combines geochemistry with molecular and experimental […]

Can this engineering expert solve Toronto’s transit woes?

This story originally appeared on U of T News. For years, the University of Toronto has been an “under-utilized resource” for the City of Toronto, Professor Eric Miller (CivE) says — but he […]

Introducing Prof. Marianne Hatzopoulou

Prof. Hatzopoulou joined the Department’s transportation research section this fall. Hatzopoulou investigates how emissions are generated by on-road vehicles, how they disperse in urban environments and who is exposed. She tries to understand how traffic […]

Rebuilding Engineering at U of T

How the Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship is changing conceptions of academic buildings The Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering (FASE) continues to advance its mission to: encourage students and faculty […]

Skule Days, 1961-1965

The Class of 6T5 produced a souvenir album on the occasion of their 50th reunion. Construction on the Berlin Wall began in 1961 as the CivE Class of 6T5 prepared for its […]

Spirit of service alive in alumni volunteers

As a Civil Engineering student in the late ‘70s, Arun Channan’s involvement ran the gamut from the Brute Force Committee and the Engineering Society, to the Concrete Canoe Competition, Cannon […]

Changes on campus

Small and large changes at iconic places on the St. George Campus This past summer, a pedestrian-only zone was put in place to increase the accessibility and safety around Convocation […]
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