Fall Campus Week
Oct 23 – Oct 30 all-day

Are you a high school student considering studying in our program?

Sneak a peak at your future!

From October 23rd–30th, join U of T’s annual fall open house and learn what it’s like to
make lifelong friends while making life-changing discoveries at the University of Toronto.

U of T Engineering programs, including Civil & Mineral Engineering,
will be showcased on Saturday, October 23, with live interactive sessions.
Register for your spot today!

There’s so much to explore at the university. Have you heard about U of T Mississauga’s unique collection of 14,000+ games? Or the new, open-air academic resource quad that’s set to launch at U of T Scarborough, complete with shade sails, a fully equipped outdoor stage, accessible seating, and permaculture gardens? Have you heard about our 90+ mentorship programs, 10+ startup accelerators, or U of T St. George’s plans for a sparkling new Centre for Cultures, Civilizations, and Cities?

You can, very soon.

Starring a crackerjack cast of staff, students, and faculty from three world-class campuses, Fall Campus Week is your best chance to sample everything on tap at Canada’s #1 university. While we can’t open our doors to guests in person this year, we also can’t wait to host you online, answer your questions, and learn more about your future plans. So, let’s get you off to a great start.

 Building Your Academic Resourcefulness (Learning How to Learn Workshop Series)
Oct 26 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Learning How to Learn Workshop Series

If you want to develop as a learner to meet new expectations and improve your academic performance, join us for Learning How to Learn, a workshop series to support your learning.  

·        Discover the science of learning to actively engage in your coursework  

·        Identify your learning needs and devise a plan for success

·        Reflect on your strengths to manage procrastination and build healthy habits  

·        Understand the importance of challenges and failure to build self-confidence  


Find out more and register for Learning How to Learn



October Workshops

·        Tuesday, October 5 at 10 a.m. The Science and Practice of Learning

·        Tuesday, October 12 at 10 a.m. Organizing Yourself for Effective Learning

·        Tuesday, October 19 at 10 a.m. Encountering Failure and Difficulty

·        Tuesday, October 26 at 10 a.m. Building Your Academic Resourcefulness


Learning How to Learn is part of the Academic Resilience Initiatives at Academic Success on the St. George Campus at the University of Toronto. We support academic resilience through the development of strategies, habits, and practices through group programming that fosters community and belonging.  

CIM presents: Write Well and Prosper in the Mining Industry
Oct 27 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Meeting Date and Time: Wednesday, October 27, 2021 at 3:30 pm ET

Jane Werniuk 

Geologist, Technical Writer / Editor, Journalist 

Write Well and Prosper in the Mining Industry

CIM’s Management and Economics Society invites you, its members and friends, to attend the first Discussion Group meeting of the 2021/22 season. This virtual session comprises a presentation followed by a questions and answers component.

Abstract: Clear and accurate communications are necessary to the successful governance of mining and exploration companies. This presentation demonstrates the importance of clear, transparent technical writing that is crisp and understandable to an audience that includes the average investor and stakeholder. This applies to all types of public disclosures such as news releases, websites, and NI 43-101 technical reports. Technical writing requires the correct use of technical terms, and often the addition of well-produced graphics and a glossary. Today’s technical information includes environmental and social issues along with purely technical data. Successful technical writing is a team sport, with input and review by staff from head office and work sites. Each person should be able to edit (improve the readability of) their own and each other’s language. The presentation is aimed at people from various fields who are new to the mining and exploration industry, or new to technical writing.

BIO: Jane Werniuk is a recently retired geologist, technical writer/editor and journalist. She most recently worked as a senior geologist, technical reporting at Agnico Eagle Mines Limited in the Toronto head office from 2009 to 2020, combining her geological background and editing skills to help prepare technical reports, website information, regulatory documents and news releases.

She studied geology at Queen’s University (BSc 1977) and Carleton University (MSc 1982). Her field work spanned South Africa, Ontario, the Northwest Territories, Arizona and the Yukon from 1975 to 1981, exploring for uranium and base metals as well as mapping for the federal Canadian and Ontario governments. The immediate result of an encounter with a bear in the Yukon was that she then embarked on a career in scientific editing and writing, starting with the Newfoundland Mines Branch (1982-84) followed by a textbook publisher (1984-85), and then as assistant editor and then editor of Canadian Mining Journal (1986-1990, 1997-2008) in Toronto. The “gap” from full-time work was spent raising two children as well as running Werniuk Information Services, a writing and editing consulting firm, in partnership with her husband George Werniuk. Mineral-industry clients included the Geological Association of Canada and the Ontario Geological Survey.

Jane has helped out with several volunteer organizations, including the Toronto Branch of the Women in Mining Network where she organized the monthly networking lunches for several years, and the Toronto Geological Discussion Group where she was a member of the organizing committee (2012-2017). She was an enthusiastic member of the WIM Toronto walking team that has raised more than $1,000,000 (2007–2017) for the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation that funds research benefiting cancer patients. Since 2017, she has been involved with welcoming a number of refugees to Canada.

Brought to you by:

MES of CIM (Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum) serves members involved in the economics and management of mining, and all aspects of the management of companies active in the mining and petroleum sectors. MES has an educational mission, and to achieve this, MES hosts events that provide a forum for industry professionals to share experiences, insights and ideas on topics relating to the economic, management and financial aspects of the mining and energy business.

How to attend:

Please click the button to register.


After registration you will receive a confirmatory email from Eventbrite with your access link and the title of the event in the subject line.

Examination timetable for F-term courses posted (tentative).
Oct 29 all-day

Examination timetable for F-term courses posted (tentative).

DEADLINE: ACI Foundation Fellowship & Scholarship Program
Nov 2 all-day

Forwarded on behalf of American Concrete Institute Foundation
*Also note tht ACI student memberships are free


This year we have 21 fellowships and 11 scholarships available to undergraduate and graduate students that are in full time concrete related degree programs.

The Scholarship Council formed a subcommittee earlier this year led by Anahid Behrouzi, a former fellowship awardee who is an Associate Professor of Architectural Engineering at California Polytechnic State University. The mission of the subcommittee is to promote awards, increase student applications and engage and develop students.

The deadline for students to complete their online applications is November 2, 2021, at 11:59 p.m. EST.

Additional information on requirements and the link to our online application program can be found here:

We are happy to assist should you have any questions or concerns.

Absolutely Interdisciplinary
Nov 4 – Nov 6 all-day

Schwartz Reisman Institute’s inaugural conference, Absolutely Interdisciplinary, will take place virtually from November 5-6th, 2021preceded by a one-day graduate workshop on November 4th. Absolutely Interdisciplinary aims to connect the frontier of research in artificial intelligence with top researchers in normativity to explore common questions for deeper integration of our fields.


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About Absolutely Interdisciplinary

Understanding the capacities and limitations of complex new technologies like AI calls for more than just a technical perspective. Absolutely Interdisciplinary will convene researchers from across disciplines to build new, interdisciplinary approaches to advance our understanding of how to meet the challenge of ensuring AI and other powerful technologies promote human well-being. This year, Absolutely Interdisciplinary takes place virtually, with a one-day graduate workshop on November 4th, followed by four scheduled sessions across two days on November 5th and 6thVisit the conference website for more information and register here.

About this year’s theme

Humans are a fundamentally normative species, with complex cognitive and social systems for shaping behaviour to implement collectively-determined values and norms in support of cooperation. Building AI systems that are robustly aligned with human values requires deep understandings of how these normative systems work. At the same time, advances in AI present unique opportunities to investigate and test what capacities contribute to our ability to build, maintain, and abide by norms. This year, Absolutely Interdisciplinary takes up the challenge of exploring these dynamics under the theme Human and Machine Normativity: New Connections. Learn more here.


Jeff CluneVincent ConitzerDeborah GordonMortiz HardtJoel Z. LeiboSarah MathewDeirdre Mulligan, Johanna Thoma, and Gillian K. Hadfield.

Registration and information




Compete in Leadathon 2021
Nov 6 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Compete in Leadathon 2021

📣Calling all students! Connect with like-minded students across the country to compete in a Leadathon!  The Leadathon is a student-led leadership competition hosted by students at the University of Guelph and the University of Waterloo.

The purpose of the competition is for students to work in collaborative teams to build awareness about sustainability challenges in Canada while developing leadership skills. Through the competition, students will work together, reflect on their role in society, and create plans to address the Canadian Engineering Grand Challenges (CEGCs).

Date: Sat. Nov. 6th @ 1:30-4:45 EST on Zoom

You can register now using this Eventbrite link:   

Questions? Email  

Engineering Fall Study Break
Nov 8 – Nov 12 all-day

Engineering Fall Study Break. No Fall Engineering courses offered (undergraduates).
Arts & Science Fall Reading Week. No Fall Term Arts & Science courses offered.

MiHR Virtual Career Fair – Mining Needs You
Nov 8 – Nov 9 all-day
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MiHR Virtual Career Fair

The Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR), the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC), and the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) are proud to present the Mining Needs You Virtual Career Fair.

From exploration to extraction, milling and fabrication, minerals and metals are essential to our way of life today and to the world we want to create tomorrow. Help Canada be the world leader in safe, sustainable exploration and mining by joining us November 8 and 9, 2021, for this national career fair that will see employers, recruiters, academia and other sector representatives network and offer students and job seekers the ability to apply for exciting work placement and job opportunities.

Find out more

Transfer/withdraw/drop DEADLINE
Nov 8 all-day

Last day students can apply to transfer to part-time studies.*
Last day students can withdraw from the Fall Term without academic penalty.*
Last day students can drop F-term engineering courses without academic penalty.*
Last day students can drop F-term Arts & Science courses without academic penalty.*

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