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Special in-person reunion for Class of 5T8

A city bus is pictured stuck since the morning hours in downtown Toronto after a major blizzard dumped as much as 60cm of snow on parts of Southern Ontario, closing major highways and roadways, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on January 17, 2022. - Millions across America's east coast and Canada's southeastern provinces hunkered down as a major winter storm continued Monday morning, disrupting travel and cutting power to thousands of homes. (Photo by Cole Burston / AFP) (Photo by COLE BURSTON/AFP via Getty Images)

U of T Engineering students dig through snowplow data to measure Toronto’s response to winter storms 

Rescued goslings on the rooftop GRITLab on Friday, April 29. (Photo by Prof. Jennifer Drake)

Geese rescued from rooftop GRIT Lab at U of T


Baldwin Press dismantled after 60 years of service


Student profile: Thandi Myers

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World Water Day 2022

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA; MARCH 14, 2022 — GOLFER— A photo of Brenden Lavoie (CivE 2T0 + PEY, MASc candidate) taking practice at the University of Toronto dome at Varsity Field in Toronto on Monday, March 14, 2022. Lavoie is a member of the Varsity Blue golf team and a PhD candidate in the Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering. (Photo © Phill Snel, Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering, University of Toronto)

Grad student profile: Brenden Lavoie, MASc candidate

University of Toronto researchers Tara Colenbrander Nelson and Dr. Kelly Whaley Martin collecting water samples at Hudbay’s 777 mine in Flin Flon, Manitoba for use in their innovative “reactive sulfur” monitoring technique. (Photo: Prof. Lesley Warren)

Academic-industry partnership leads to improved methods for managing sulfur compounds in mining sites

Shell Element Tester Move 2022

WATCH: Crew moves Shell Element Tester in Structures Lab

Copy of Dean's Strategic Fund Recipient

CivMin’s Prof. Marianne Touchie is research recipient of Dean’s Strategic Fund

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Grad student profile: Zoe Hoskin (CivE MASc candidate)

COO, Kirkland Lake Gold Natasha Vaz

CivMin Alumna Profile: Natasha Vaz  

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