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TORONTO: OCTOBER 4, 2019 -- CIV CLUB CHAIR -- Simonne Varela (CivE fourth year, 1T9 + PEY), the Civ Club Chair, in the Civ Club on Friday, October 4, 2019. The Civ Club is for Civil Engineering students in CivMin.  
PHOTO: Phill Snel, Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering/ U of T

MEET: Simonne Varela

TORONTO: OCTOBER 8, 2019 -- MIN CLUB CHAIR -- Jihad Raya (MinE fourth year, 1T9 + PEY), the Min Club Chair, in the Min Club on Friday, October 8, 2019. The Civ Club is for Civil Engineering students in CivMin.  
PHOTO: Phill Snel, Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering/ U of T

MEET: Jihad Raya

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MEET: Alyssa Hermann

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Congratulations to CivMin’s 2019 Arbor Award Recipients

 Sina Azizi Soldouz, a MASc candidate (R) and supervisor Professor Khandker Nurul Habib (Lt) pose for a photo at Yonge Street and Dundas Street in downtown Toronto on Tuesday, June 10, 2019. A survey of pedestrians with sight loss was conducted in collaboration with the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) under the title Understanding the impact of connected and automated vehicles for pedestrians with sight loss – a policy framework.
PHOTO: Phill Snel, Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering/ U of T

On being seen: Autonomous vehicles and pedestrians with sight loss

TORONTO: JULY 18, 2019 --  PEDRAM MORTAZAVI -- Civ PhD Candidate Pedram Mortazavi, MASc, P.Eng, poses with a cast steel EBF in the Structures Lab at the University of Toronto's Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering in Toronto on Thursday, July 18, 2019. His thesis is titled: Cast Steel Replaceable Link Elements in Steel Eccentric Braced Frame (EBF), and is designed to allow a specific piece of a building structure fail in an earthquake so as to allow the structure to remain intact. The sacrificial piece is designed to be standardized and replaceable afterwards. 
PHOTO: Phill Snel, Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering/ U of T

PhD candidate receives award at Canadian Steel Conference

VISITING ALUMNAE (ALUMNI) -- Joyee Pu (Min 1T4 + PEY), Senior Operations Anyalyst at Imperial Oil (blue shirt) and Karsmina Kam (Min 0T8), Miner Performance Team Lead at Imperial Oil (in pattern shirt) at the University of Toronto campus on Thursday, September 12, 2019. The duo visited the St George Campus to provide a meet and greet with students on behalf of Imperial Oil/Kearl Oilsands. The company is looking for co-op and full-time employees from within the undergraduate and graduate engineers.
PHOTO: Phill Snel, Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering/ U of T

Alumnae from the west

Professor Oya Mercan combines computer models and experiments to study how building components stand up to high winds, earthquakes and other stressors. (Photo: Tyler Irving)

Hart professorships boost research into medical diagnostics, smart cities and more

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Survey Camp Centennial: CAMP100

Rendering of the HCAT Bunkhouse and MacGillivray Common Room (Credit: V+A Architects)

Take a look inside the new bunkhouse and common room at Survey Camp

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Announcing foundations | The new magazine for the Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering

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From Malaysia to Toronto: Meet your incoming class of 2T3