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From Deloitte to LEGO: Q&A with alumnus Al Chick
From Deloitte to LEGO: Q&A with alumnus Al Chick
January 9, 2018 – Since Al Chick (IndE 0T7 + PEY)graduated from industrial engineering 10 years ago, his ambitions has taken him many places. He’s been to Boston, to study at Harvard Business School; to Belgium and Finland, to work...
Three cool APS courses to take in the new year
Three cool APS courses to take in the new year
December 20, 2017 – As 2017 winds down and U of T students get a much-deserved holiday hiatus from their studies, there are a number of cool courses awaiting them when class starts up again. Specialized non-technical courses, known...
U of T Engineering Holiday Gift Guide 2017
U of T Engineering Holiday Gift Guide 2017
November 29, 2017 – A build-it-yourself robot kit, a revolutionary pressure cooker and a first-of-its-kind universal hex key are just a few of the items — all designed by U of T Engineering alumni and students — that we...
Electric vehicle partnership earns $9M investment
Electric vehicle partnership earns $9M investment
November 14, 2017 – University of Toronto Electric Vehicle Research Centre (UTEV) has secured a major investment to support collaborative research into next-generation electric vehicle (EV) technologies with its founding partner Havelaar Canada. The Natural Sciences & Engineering Research...
Five ways the CEIE is enabling experiential learning
Five ways the CEIE is enabling experiential learning
November 2, 2017 – Engineers are the makers, innovators and entrepreneurs behind so many of the world’s newest technologies, such as smartphones, self-driving cars and virtual voice-activated assistants. The engineering educational environment is quickly evolving to mirror the fast...

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