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Professor Giovanni Grasselli, left, with FCMG President Duke Anderson in October 2015. (Courtesy: FCMG)

University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering announces establishment of the Foundation CMG Research Chair in Fundamental Petroleum Rock Physics and Rock Mechanics

Grads to watch: Ernesto Diaz Lozano Patino, Gege Wen and Bishnu Gautam

CivMin’s Grads to Watch

Sara Maltese (Year 3 CivE) has received the 2015 Marie Carter Memorial Undergraduate Engineering Scholarship from the Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation. (Courtesy: Sara Maltese)

Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation honours CivE student for mentorship of young women

The dining hall in the Faculty Club hosting the Sandford Fleming Forum on May 2 | Future Proofing: How Resilience Planning Supports the Future Functionality and Value of Fixed Assets and Infrastructure

Resilient cities need to be financially resilient too: Sandford Fleming Forum

Aerial view of an arid, craggy landscape surrounding tailing ponds.

Mining’s hardest workers are too small to see

15 U of T Engineering students were honoured with Gordon Cressy Leadership Awards on April 20, 2016 in recognition of their leadership and commitment to improving the world around them. (Photo: Roberta Baker)

Meet CIVMINs 2016 Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Award Winners

Civil engineering post-doctoral researcher Sabreena Anowar and Professor Marianne Hatzopoulou (CivE) are studying the risks of air pollution on cyclists and their impact on route choice. (Photo: Tyler Irving)

Clean air map from U of T Engineering researchers helps cyclists avoid air pollution

Professor Eric Miller (CivE) addressed a crowd University of Toronto alumni and friends on as part of the U of T in Your Neighbourhood lecture series. (Photo: Paul Terefenko)

Eric Miller reports from the trenches of Toronto’s transit wars

Alumnus David Cheung (CivE 1T1 + PEY) chats with undergraduate students during an Alumni Mentorship Program event. (Photo: Nick Kachibaia)

Meet 2 alumni volunteers who make an impact at U of T Engineering

Generations of Engineering Society presidents reconnected at the Engineering Society Heritage and Awards Celebration. L-R: Bill Hollings (EngSci 8T5), Márta Ecsedi (CivE 7T6), Kevin Sui (EngSci 1T1), Teresa Nguyen (CivE 1T5), Ernesto Díaz Lozano Patiño (Year 4 CivE + PEY), David Cheung (CivE 1T1 + PEY), Milan Maljković (Year 4 CompE + PEY), Scott Jolliffe (ChemE 7T3) and Howard Malone (CivE 6T1). (Photo: Keenan Dixon)

Skule™ community honoured at EngSoc Heritage and Awards Celebration [PHOTO GALLERY]

Alumnus Arun Channan’s (CivE 8T0) background in civil engineering influenced him to become a dedicated volunteer with Habitat for Humanity. (Courtesy: Arun Channan)

Arun Channan: hands-on with Habitat for Humanity

Professor Giovanni Grasselli, left, with FCMG President Duke Anderson in October 2015. (Courtesy: FCMG)

Advanced imaging techniques let U of T Engineers see inside rock