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Nebula, founded by CivMin’s Mary Daka (Year 4 CivE) wins $25K Prize at RBC Innovation Challenge

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Alumna profile: Olivia Mogielnicki (MinE 1T8 + PEY)

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CivMin professors awarded DSI funding for collaborative projects

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Pierre Lassonde promoted to Officer of the Order of Canada

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Meet Aryan Rezaei Rad: CivMin’s newest professor

TORONTO, DECEMBER 13, 2022  — CELEBRATION OF GRADUATION CLASS OF 2020 & 2021 — An image from the Celebration of Graduation for the Class of 2020 & Class of 2021 at the University of Toronto on Tuesday, December 13, 2022. In-person Convocation was missed for 2020 and 2021, with a virtual ceremony held for each, allowing for in-person celebration to make up for the delay. The Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering (CivMin) held a reception afterwards for their alumni.
(Photo by Phill Snel, Dept of Civil & Mineral Engineering / University of Toronto)

CivMin grads return for in-person celebration of graduation

Students celebrate the completion of their Capstone presentation with fist bumps. (Photo by Phill Snel)

In-person Capstone presentations for LME students


How re-thinking traditional building materials can lead to new strategies for carbon capture and utilization

A family home in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. A new partnership between the Prince Albert Grand Council, several First Nations and researchers from U of T and Toronto Metropolitan University will develop new pathways toward housing self-sufficiency. (Photo courtesy Natalie Clyke)

Connaught Global Challenge Award to build pathways to housing self-sufficiency in remote First Nations communities


Connaught New Researcher awards support innovation in smart bridge decks

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CivMin grad students awarded NSERC scholarships

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CivMin has three Arbor Award recipients