The Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering operates through the talents of more than 240 full- and part-time administrative and technical staff members and almost 240 academic staff. This section of the website celebrates our achievements as a Faculty, and also provides helpful information and resources for Engineering staff and faculty.
The Engineering Engagement & Development Network (E&D Network) is designed to allow staff and faculty to work together to identify professional development needs as well as a forum to facilitate communication, sharing and collaboration across the Faculty. Learn more »
The Instructional Technology Office (ITO) supports academic teaching activities in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering by providing leadership, consultation, development and provision of academic technology solutions. Learn more »
The Engineering Research Office provides services to faculty, academic administration, industry and government, as well as advocacy and communications services. Find out more »
Learn more about the Faculty & Staff Campaign »
The Faculty is committed to creating and maintaining a safe and healthy working environment for staff, faculty and students. To ensure the Faculty’s health and safety needs are addressed in an efficient and effective manner, several staff and faculty members serve on two committees.
If you are experiencing IT-related problems, please contact the IT Help Desk. Please note, emergency IT support is available from 9 am to 5 pm during office hours.
Requests for access to the institutional IT systems (including AMS, ROSI, ROSI Express, and ARBOR) must be made by the employee’s Department Manager or Business Officer.
To better serve the Administrative Units within the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, an email help desk has been created: email@example.com
A username and password is now required to view availability for Faculty boardrooms and conference rooms. Please contact Gloria Bryan at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ian May at email@example.com for more information.
Branding Toolkit Resources
The Engineering Newsletter, produced once a month during the academic year, keeps faculty, staff and students up to date on the latest news and events at U of T Engineering.
Download the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering Privacy and Access to Information Guidelines (.doc)