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A Pan Am medal-winning engineer, CEIE seat sale,Valentine's Day weekend plans and more!
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This is an exciting time for health-care engineering innovation in Canada. From research laboratories to hospitals, U of T engineers are leading cutting-edge technologies and processes that benefit society and impact people's lives in the region and around the world.

Our faculty members play key roles in transformative research initiatives such as
U of T's Medicine by Design and the Translational Biology and Engineering Program, which is part of the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research launched in 2015.

Our alumni are also initiating some of the most innovative biomedical startups and research, as you will discover at our next BizSkule event, The Future of Health Care and the Vital Role of Technology, in which a panel of alumni and industry professionals will discuss the trends and technology that will revolutionize health care.

I invite you to attend the event and discover the passion, vision and dedication of our
U of T Engineering community as we improve health care for millions, together.

Cristina Amon

Sasha Gollish Sasha Gollish teaches alumni a lesson in persevering on and off the track
Can the appetite for athletic success be fostered in an engineering teaching environment? Running veteran Sasha Gollish (CivE MEng 1T0, EngEd PhD Candidate) believes it can.
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Jason Chang (EngSci 0T4 + PEY) and Illan Kramer (ECE PhD 2013) Meet U of T Engineering's industrial partnership directors
U of T engineers Jason Chang (EngSci 0T4 + PEY) and Illan Kramer (ECE PhD 2013) build bridges — just not the traditional kind.
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Professor Emeritus Ronald D. Venter CEIE room to be named after Professor Emeritus Ronald D. Venter
The Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering (MIE) Board of Advisors raised $100,000, matched by the Faculty, to name the Ron Venter Design Meet Room in the Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship.
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Engineering Building CEIE Tables & Benches Campaign
A limited number of tables and benches are available to be named in the CEIE. Donate today to leave your mark on one of Toronto's most exciting new facilities.
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Teresa Nguyen (CivE 1T4 + PEY) and Ernesto Diaz Lozano Patiño(Year 4 CivE + PEY) Engineering Society presidents reflect on Skule™ culture
Teresa Nguyen (CivE 1T4 + PEY) and Ernesto Diaz Lozano Patiño (Year 4 CivE + PEY) on U of T Engineering's unique spirit and the benefits of staying involved.
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Moment-Valentine-Ball Skule™ musicians give alumni a Moment to remember
Are you still looking for something to treat your better half to over Valentine's Day weekend? Your search ends here.
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Tania Albarghouthi Godiva's Hymn contest winners unveiled at Cannonball
Tania Albarghouthi (Year 3 ECE) wrote the winning verse of the Godiva's Hymn contest run by the University of Toronto Engineering Society.
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School-of-Practical-Science-Building Alumni feedback needed for commemorative book
We want your recommendations of major historical Faculty events, milestones and innovations for a forthcoming book. Please email Sonia De Buglio, Director of Alumni Relations, with your suggestions.
Feb 12 Moment: The Valentine's Ball
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Feb 24 BizSkule Presents: The Future of Health Care and the Vital Role of Technology
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Mar 9 Skule™ Nite 1T6 – Alumni Nite
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Mar 15 Goodnight Moon alumni family event
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Apr 13 SkuleTM Lunch & Learn: Graphene
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Make a connection, share your experiences and inspire the next generation of engineers today!
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alumni and friends fuels our vision
and inspires us to reach higher.
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Students participate in Ye Grade Olde Chariot Race in 1948 — one of the oldest traditions of Godiva Week. (Photo: Skule™ Photos)

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