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Kevin Rupasinghe, a CivMin MEng CEM candidate.
(Photo by Claire McFarlane)

CivMin’s Kevin Rupasinghe, an MEng CEM candidate, has op-ed about electoral reform published by Toronto Star

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Orange Shirt Day – Wednesday, September 30

Sales of passenger electric vehicles are growing fast, but a new analysis from U of T Engineering researchers shows that on its own, electrifying the U.S. fleet will not be enough to meet our climate change mitigation targets. (Photo: microgen, via Envato)

CivMin study: Electric vehicles can fight climate change, but they’re not a silver bullet

Professor Lesley Warren performs environmental sampling at Syncrude Canada’s Base Mine Lake, an important location for mining-impact water research and technology development in Alberta’s Oil Sands. (Photo courtesy Lesley Warren)

Methane-converting viruses could play a role in combating climate change

Matthew Robinson, a Grade 9 student from Brampton, Ont., was one of 54 Blueprint participants this past summer. Each student received a box of supplies to complete a range of science and engineering activities (photos courtesy of Cassandra Abraham)

U of T Engineering outreach program encourages Black students to choose STEM careers

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Trio of PhD candidates win international honours in video thesis competition

From advice to students, to tips on practicing wellness at home, nearly 50 U of T Engineering faculty, staff, students and alumni, have so far shared their messages of support.

U of T Engineering community rallies together to record messages of support for Back to Skule™

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Back to Skule™: Mental wellness strategies for students

More than 800 F!rosh Kits were mailed to incoming U of T Engineering students around the world for this fall’s virtual orientation week. (Photo courtesy Dana Kokoska and Gabe Sher)

How U of T Engineering students are keeping Skule™ F!rosh traditions alive, virtually

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INTRODUCING: Civ Club Chair Karen Chu

From top left, clockwise: Professors Chirag Variawa (ISTEP), Marianne Touchie (CivMin), Aimy Bazylak (MIE), Natalie Enright Jerger (ECE) and Elham Marzi (ISTEP). (Photos: Laura Pederson, Kevin Soobrian and Roberta Baker)

Five U of T Engineering professors on how they’re preparing for an unprecedented Back to Skule™