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Prof. Ogunsanya elected as MetSoc Emerging Professional

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Structures Lab Update: Cleanup completed for construction preps

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CivE PhD candidate wins two CIM awards

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CivE MASc Candidate wins Nick Bada ACI scholarship 

Hannah Schell, P.Eng., a sessional instructor for CivMin. (Photo via CCIL)

Hannah Schell receives Leadership Award from CCIL

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 

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA; MAY 2, 2022 — LIBRARY REFRESH — A photo from the Engineering and Computer Science Library (ECSL) in the Sandford Fleming Building at the University of Toronto on May 2, 2022. (Photo by Phill Snel)

Library refresh benefits Engineering students’ diverse needs

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

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

Prof. Marianne Hatopoulou

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

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Four CivMin grad students garner CGEN scholarships

Prof. Jeffrey Siegel 
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CivMin’s Prof. Siegel receives 2021 UTFA Academic Citizenship Award.