Paragi Neema (CivE MASc candidate) and Livia Li (CivMin PhD candidate), both under the supervision of Prof. Susan Andrews, won first place for their poster “A preliminary investigation on the adsorption of various disinfection byproducts onto microplastics”. (Photo supplied)

First place poster at water quality symposium

While tires are made from a combination of plastics and rubber, brakes are made of heavy metals, including iron, barium and copper. (Photo: Andrey Grigoriev/iStock)

From tires to brakes, U of T researchers tackle ‘non-tailpipe’ air pollution from vehicles

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CivMin’s Prof. Sarah Haines in “What’s Your Story?” video

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Min Club wins Discipline Club of the Year

CivMin students celebrate receiving their Iron Ring

The Purolator Urban Quick Stop is the home of a new multidisciplinary collaboration between industry, academia and government that aims to explore innovative solutions to the challenges of last-mile delivery. (Photo: Tyler Irving, U of T Engineering)

Purolator presented U of T Sustainable Action Award

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Profile: Grant Liao – Lassonde Mineral Engineering student scholarship winner

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Lightning strikes twice

Michael McCulloch (MinE Year 4) outside of the Galbraith Building. (Photo by Phill Snel, CivMin)

Profile: Michael McCulloch – Lassonde Mineral Engineering student scholarship winner

U of T students participate in a rescue scenario during the 2020 Canadian Mining Games in Halifax.

Preparing for the 2023 Mining Games

The CivMin Class of 1T5 gathers for a group photo at their reunion event held Friday, February 3, 2023 at the Prenup Pub in Toronto. (Photo by Phill Snel, CivMin/U of T)

Friends in school; friends in fundraising for a new scholarship


CivMin’s Praveen Siluvai Antony (PhD candidate) wins a UTSLA