PhD candidate Amir Javaid awarded CARMA 2023 Best Paper

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Revealing mysteries within: CivMin’s new X-ray and CT device peers inside solid objects

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Students bridge the gap in Bolivia

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA; SEPTEMBER 28, 2023  — CIVMIN NEW PROFESSOR— An image of CivMin’s newest professor, Mohammed Basheer, during his first visit to U of T on Thursday, September 28, 2023.  (Photo by Phill Snel / Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering, University of Toronto)

Meet Mohammed Basheer: CivMin’s newest professor

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Ross Lawrence, Class of 5T6, to be inducted into Canadian Mining Hall of Fame

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U of T Engineering launches new certificate in Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Engineering

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Sarah Heffernan, LME alum and current member of the LME advisory Board recognized as a woman of inspiration by Women in Mining Canada

Public transit is just one example of a field at the intersection of engineering and public policy. A new certificate, launching this fall, will enable U of T Engineering students to gain fluency and experience with the design and implementation of public policy. (Photo: surangaw, via Envato Elements)

New Certificate in Public Policy and Engineering expands the skill set of future engineering leaders

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CivMin PhD candidate, Negin Houshmand, wins a first place at UTERC 2023


New Mining Industry Management Program (MIMP) at the University of Toronto

Alia Galal (PhD candidate).

CivMin PhD candidate Alia Galal wins Excellence Award in Canada Safest Employers Awards

An illustration of the adjustable multidimensional (AMD) testing device to be installed in CivMin's Galbraith side of the Structural Testing Facilities (STF).

World’s first adjustable multidimensional structural testing system coming to CivMin’s Structural Testing Facilities