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CivMin students honoured with leadership awards


U of T expert navigates water, food and energy challenges for large river basins

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Paul Cadario (CivE 7T3), exemplary volunteer, mentor and philanthropist, recognized with the Rose Wolfe Distinguished Alumni Award

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Drinking Water Researchers: Keeping our water safe and tasty

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Groundwater: Environmental Remediation Research

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Managing Water Resources and Hydrology systems

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Min students bring back hardware from the Canadian Mining Games

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA; NOVEMBER 3, 2022  — HEADSHOT DAY: Professor Marianne Touchie — A portrait/headshot/mugshot of Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering (CivMin) personnel on Thursday, November 3, 2022. 
(Photo by Rick Chard for the Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering, University of Toronto)

New Canada Research Chairs advance research in sustainable housing, regenerative medicine and more

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Student profile: Stella Armstrong (Year 1 MinE)

presentation of the Donald Tong Graduate Scholarship at the DIALOG offices in Toronto on Tuesday, February 27, 2024. Hosted by DIALOG’s Daria Khachi (Partner, Structural Engineer), Jordyn Tripp (CivE MASc 2T0), the event saw Professor Marianne Hatzopoulou (Chair, Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering) and several CivMin faculty members attend to celebrate the scholarship for winner Sam Richardson. Jane Tong, daughter of the late Donald, attended as well. (Photo by Phill Snel, CivMin/University of Toronto)

Sam Richardson receives 2024 DIALOG scholarship

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CivMin student elected to Governing Council


How the CLUE research group is rethinking urban freight logistics