Mark your calendar for a unique opportunity to meet with diverse companies - from startups to multinational organizations - who are hiring students and alumni with graduate degrees in engineering. More details here. Sign up to attend company presentations taking place throughout the day.
On May 4, AMIGAS hosted an alumni networking event, aimed at helping graduate students gather career advice and insights from a network of esteemed MIE alumni and members of the West Toronto Chapter of the PEO. View photos.
Join us for a showcase of our MIE graduate students' research excellence at the 8th Annual MIE Graduate Research Symposium on May 18. Register by May 9
Research Funding Awarded Professor Andreas Mandelis has been awarded an NSERC-CHRP grant in the amount of $717,293 over three years for the project, "Development of a high-resolution photothermal coherence tomography clinical device for detection and 3-D mapping of early dental caries."
Microfluidics Professional Course: May 15 The Microfluidics Professional Course will provide participants from industry, government laboratories, and academia, with a state-of-the-art overview and hands-on training of current and emerging microfluidic and lab-on-a-chip technologies. The course will be taught by international leaders from academia and industry. No prior microfluidics knowledge is required. Register today.
September 2017 VSRP OSOTF AWARD: May 12 A $17.25M endowment from the OSOTF/U of T/ Vision Science Research Program-Toronto Western Hospital donation will provide support for a number of graduate fellowships September 2017. Graduate student projects must be in areas related to vision science. Student eligibility criteria and application forms. Deadline: May 12.
Events & Opportunities
Graduate Engineering Career Fair: May 11 Mark your calendar for a unique opportunity to meet with diverse companies - from startups to multinational organizations - who are hiring students and alumni with graduate degrees in engineering. Sign up for company presentations taking place throughout the day. Date: Thursday, May 11 Time: 10 AM to 4 PM Location:
U of T Examination Centre, 255 McCaul Street
Soapbox Science Toronto 2017: May 13 Soapbox Science is coming to North America for the first time ever and the Faculty of Science at Ryerson University is very excited to be the official host! The event will take place on Saturday, May 13 at Yonge-Dundas Square. Canadian women who are experts in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) sector, including MIE's Marina Freire-Gormaly (PhD Candidate), will transform the way Canadians access science by bringing their work to the public.
Microfluidics Professional Course: May 15 The Microfluidics Professional Course will provide participants from industry, government laboratories, and academia, with a state-of-the-art overview and hands-on training of current and emerging microfluidic and lab-on-a-chip technologies. The course will be taught by international leaders from academia and industry. No prior microfluidics knowledge is required. Lecture modules will discuss microfluidic device fabrication, fluid handling, imaging in microfluidic channels, 2D and 3D formats for perfusion culture of cells, micro tissues and organs, micro-physiological systems, microfluidic 3D bioprinting, and microfluidic synthesis. Hands-on laboratory modules will focus on microfluidic device design, cleanroom fabrication techniques (soft lithography, photolithography, hot embossing, micro-milling) and device testing.
Work Study positions: Translational Biology and Engineering Program at U of T
The Translational Biology and Engineering Program (TBEP) is the University of Toronto's component of the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research. Occupying the 14th floor of MaRSDiscovery District's West Tower, TBEP brings together eight faculty members and their students from U of T Engineering, Medicine and Dentistry to advance heart research, diagnostics, andregeneration using a comprehensive approach that includes systems and developmental biology,technology innovation and clinical translation. TBEP is seeking a qualified individual to fill one Transgenic PhysiologyLaboratory/Research Assistant work-study position for a total of 90 hours of summer employment, and one Molecular Physiology Laboratory/Research Assistant work-study position for a total of 90 hours of summer employment.
Undergraduate Summer Research Opportunity: iGEM Toronto
As part of this summer's project, iGEM Toronto will be designing and constructing a light array to deliver narrow wavelengths to live cells developed by our wet lab team, in order to direct bacterial evolution. If you're interested in gaining hands-on research and lab experience, designing your own bioinformatics software, or exploring the economic, social, and political impacts of synthetic biology and genetic engineering, you might also be interested in our other sub-teams.
Canada 150: Engineering Education and History Video Contest In celebration of Canada's 150th anniversary of confederation, the Canadian Engineering Education Association is hosting a Canadian Engineering Education and History Student Video Competition, supported in part by the Government of Canada's Canada 150 Fund. This competition offers high school and undergraduate students a unique opportunity to learn about Engineering Education and History in Canada, present their results, and compete for prizes.and History Video Contest GREEN Program Scholarship The GREEN Program (TGP) has officially launched GREEN Advantage. Here at TGP, we believe that students of all socioeconomic & financial backgrounds should have access to invaluable educational and professional development opportunities. In an effort to ensure that our programs are available to all passionate students around the world, we've launched our scholarship platform aimed at providing financial assistance to underserved and underrepresented students.
The Research Readiness Program Are you an undergraduate student who will work (or wants to work) in a university research group in the summer, or are interested in summer research in future years? Would you like to know more about how research works, and the skills needed by researchers? Then the following free workshop is for you: This summer the Impact Centre at U of T offers the Research Readiness Program for undergraduate students who are new to research, or who are interested in summer research work. It is a 2-day non-credit course that covers the common topics that most researchers need to know, such as literature searches, keeping a lab book, technical communication, design of experiments, data analysis, noise sources, etc. This program will make you more productive in summer research positions, allowing you to get started more efficiently. The two days for the program are Tue. May 2 and Fri. May 5. This is a free, non-credit course. The time investment will be recuperated through increased productivity in research work. Many of the topics will also be useful as students progress towards and through graduate school.
Become LEED Accredited Interested in getting involved in the Green Building and sustainability Industry? Opportunities are plentiful and passing your LEED professional designation is required to get involved!
When: May 16, 6 to 10 p.m.
Where: BA 2175 Registration
2017 Women in Technology Consulting Conference: August 17-18 EY's Women in Technology Consulting Conference (WIT) is a one-of-a-kind interactive learning experience, which will help you sharpen your leadership, teamwork, and communication skills. You'll learn more about our culture, people, and technology-oriented practices while forging relationships with EY employees and fellow students. Let us share with you how a career in professional services is an exciting, challenging, and rewarding experience. The WIT Conference will be held in Toronto on Thursday August 17, 2017 and Friday August 18, 2017.
Rethink the Box We would like to invite you to join in on an innovative and exciting concept called Rethink the Box. You will be assisting to teach elementary and secondary school aged children to guide them through a problem-based, learning opportunity. The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) STEM department will be running two Rethink the Box events this year. This fun-filled event requires grade school kids to use their imagination and skills to convert a box full of standardized materials to create a device that will solve an assigned problem. Please visit our website for a glimpse into our event in previous years.