Alumni News

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Alumnus Lawrence Smith on mining, mentorship and mastering your craft 

Photos courtesy McMaster University & University of Waterloo.

Two Civil Alumni elected as Fellows into the Canadian Academy of Engineering

Special in-person reunion for Class of 5T8

Making money in mining: Alumnus Denis Lantsov

Kevin Rupasinghe (CivE MEng CEM 2T1) holds his election registration paperwork while surrounded by family members and supporters in front of City Hall on Monday, May 2, 2022. (Photo by Phill Snel)

Kevin Rupasinghe, CivMin alumnus, seeks council seat

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CivMin’s Prof. Hatzopoulou to receive EAN’s 2T5 Mid-career Award


U of T alumna on directing Toronto’s water infrastructure program

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Rebuilding infrastructure after conflict: A real-world scenario in class

Camp donors recognized at (virtual) ceremony for new facilities

Daniel Alonzi displays his Iron Ring  and wedding ring. (Photo by Phill Snel)

Love connections for CivMin students: Memories of finding a partner at Skule™

TORONTO, CANADA — AUGUST 31st 2021: Olugbenga Olubanjo, the founder and CEO of Reeddi, has developed a portable power system, called the Reeddi Capsule, to bring affordable electricity to areas not served by conventional power grids. Olubanjo has been shortlisted for Olugbenga Olubanjo (CivE MASc 1T9), Founder and CEO of Reeddi Inc with a Reeddi Energy Capusule. (Ian Willms / Panos Pictures)

CivMin alumnus is finalist for £1-million Earthshot Prize


CivMin grad students in team placing second at Water Environment Association of Ontario design competition

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