November 10, 2017 – MIE alumnus Andrew Gillies (MechE 0T7) is among 10 exemplary members of U of T Engineering’s alumni community who were recognized on Thursday, Nov. 2 at the Engineering Alumni Network (EAN) Awards.
The ceremony, held annually at the Great Hall at Hart House, celebrates alumni for their outstanding contributions to the Skule™ community as well as their remarkable career achievements.
“These alumni are exceptional ambassadors of Faculty in industry, government, entrepreneurship and academia,” said Dean Cristina Amon. “Their tremendous contributions to their fields and to our Faculty are testament to the strength of our alumni community. On behalf of our U of T Engineering community, I would like to extend my most heartfelt gratitude and warmest congratulations.”
View photos from the ceremony on Flickr.
Gillies was recognized with the 7T6 Early Career Award. The Class of 7T6 annually presents the 7T6 Early Career Award to engineering graduates who have attained significant achievement early in their career and shows promise of further contributions. The award is presented to an individual who is distinguished early in their profession, community, university and other related fields.