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Three CivMin students receive a University of Toronto Student Leadership Award


Surveying Survey Camp: The Repairs, Renovations and Expansion of Gull Lake

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Toronto’s first-ever Black student-run hackathon returns for third year, going virtual and global

CivMin professors and students honoured by CSCE (top L clockwise): Prof. Khander Habib, Prof. Doug Hooton, Prof. Jeffrey Packer with students x and y, and Prof. Frank Vecchio.

CivMin faculty and students garner CSCE recognition

EWB Co-Presidents Natalie Enriquez-Birch and Lauren Streitmatter

Meet Engineers Without Borders: U of T Chapter Co-Presidents Natalie Enriquez-Birch and Lauren Streitmatter

Co-Captain Georgia Collins (Year 3 CivE) and Elisabeth Gagnon (Year 3 MechE)

Meet Concrete Toboggan Co-Captains, Elisabeth Gagnon and Georgia Collins

Concrete Canoe Co-Project Managers, Ashley An (Year 4 CivE) and Stella Gregorski (Year 3 ChemE)

Meet Concrete Canoe Co-Project Managers, Ashley An and Stella Gregorski


CivMin’s Prof. Saxe an Innovation at Interfaces award winner

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New engineering firm loaded with alumni is thriving during pandemic

The DLIFES network provides training in the design, construction and management of engineered vegetative systems such as rooftop gardens (photo courtesy of the Daniels Faculty)

U of T training and research program to focus on green roofs, other ‘living’ infrastructure

U of T Engineering is one of six universities announcing the launch of the new Indigenous and Black Engineering and Technology (IBET) Momentum Fellowships, designed to expand pathways and improve inclusion of Black and Indigenous voices in higher education and the STEM fields. (Photo: Daria Perevezentsev)

Ontario universities create fellowship to increase diversity in engineering and technology


CivE MEng alum receives recognition as problem-solving entrepreneur providing impact