CSE at CivMin selected for funding from eCampusOntario

Professor Oya Mercan

Three U of T Engineering projects have been selected for funding by the eCampusOntario Virtual Learning Strategy – a historic $50 million investment by the  One of the projects selected involves CivMin Professor Oya Mercan, who heads the Centre for Climate Science and Engineering (CSE).

Engineering in a Changing Climate brings together University of Toronto Scarborough Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences Professor Karen Smith, and U of T Engineering Professor Mercan to develop a transdisciplinary learning opportunity that will allow engineering and climate science students to study climate-related stress on infrastructure.

For a full list of funded projects, visit: uofteng.ca/VLS

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