2015 Design Showcase & 125th Year Celebration of Mechanical Engineering

2015 Design Showcase & 125th Year Celebration of Mechanical Engineering

Please join us April 9, 2015 to celebrate the undergraduate design achievements of our fourth-year students and the remarkable milestone of 125 years of Mechanical Engineering at U of T.

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Momentum: Engineering Goes Global

Momentum: Engineering Goes Global

MIE is here, there and everywhere. Learn how we are making a global impact through teaching, research and academic initiatives.

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125 Years of Mechanical Engineering

125 Years of Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is 125! Please join us in celebrating 125 years of excellence and innovation at Mechanical Engineering at U of T

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Upcoming Events

Academic Staff Meeting

Mar. 26, 12:00-1:00pm

MIE Town Hall

Mar. 26, 1:00-2:00pm

Seminar: Microrobotics and Nanomedicine

Mar. 27, 2PM

Multidsciplinary Capstone Project Showcase

Mar. 30, 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Victoria University, Alumni Hall, 73 Queen's Park Crescent

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Top News

IndE student is making change through leadership

As a student activist, Jaquelyn Monis Rodriguez (IndE 1T5 + PEY) is passionate about improving the value of student clubs and initiatives within the U of T Engineering community, all the while developing her own leadership competency.

Professor David Sinton Honoured by Engineering Institute of Canada

Sinton is among three U of T engineers recognized by the Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) for their outstanding engineering achievements in the areas of Internet architecture, traffic reduction and bioenergy technologies, respectively.

Smarter cities for India: U of T Engineering professors build new partnerships

Professors Stewart Aitchison (ECE), Yu-Ling Cheng (ChemE), Constantin Christopoulos (CivE) and Mark Fox (MIE) participated in a roundtable on sustainable urbanization at the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay, visited think tanks and foundations, and met with government officials in Mumbai and Delhi.

Alumnus Nicolas Kordellas makes gift to support U of T Engineering and Nursing students

First-time donor Nicolas Kordellas (MechE 5T9) and his wife, Shirley Tripp, have made a $200,000 pledge that will endow scholarships to benefit students at U of T’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering and the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing.

Engineering a bright future: Ten female students to watch

Marina Curak (MechE 1T6) and Lauren Howe (IndE 1T6) among 10 “students to watch,” for their academic and co-curricular achievements.

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