Engagement & Development Network

The Engineering Engagement & Development Network (E&D Network) offers staff and faculty professional development opportunities, as well as a forum to facilitate communication, sharing and collaboration across the Faculty.

Get Involved

Join the E&D Network mailing list and stay informed.

Full time, part time and casual staff are welcome to take part in E&D Network programming. There is no cost to participate, but registration is appreciated.

Discover Your Faculty: Departmental Overviews

September 18, 2017 | 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm | WB 215

Presenters: Department Representatives

To register: https://goo.gl/forms/t6ea0WpqujoAHNvw1

What’s the difference between Chemical Engineering and Materials Science & Engineering? What is ECE all about? What is IBBME?

As staff and faculty members in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, we have a lot of specialized knowledge in our area, but we may not know what the other departments and divisions are all about. Join the E&D Network and representatives from the various departments, divisions and institutes for an opportunity to find out what our students and colleagues are learning about and working on! (If you are participating in the Ontario Universities Fair or other recruitment events this fall, this session may be particularly useful for you.)


Engagement & Development Network 2.0: Developing Your Professional Competencies

September 26, 2017 | 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm | WB 215

Presenters: David Newman, Senior Director of Student Experience; Adam Kuhn, Director, Student and Campus Community Development

To register: https://goo.gl/forms/03o5OP7pw7doFzvX2

In 2016, the Canadian Association of College and University Student Services launched a new competency model. This competency model is an organized collection of skills, abilities, characteristics and knowledge that are related to performance in the student affairs and services field. This model is a useful tool that can be used by student services professionals at the institutional as well as at the individual level.

In this session we will explore the CACUSS Student Affairs and Services Competency Model including each of the competency themes and their competency levels (core, intermediate advanced). We will also discuss strategies for employing the framework in our own professional development.

Please email engdevnetwork@ecf.utoronto.ca to get in touch, ask questions, join the E&D Network Committee or request to join the E&D Network mailing list.