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Latest information for Engineering students, faculty & staff from Dean Chris Yip



Latest information for Engineering students, faculty & staff regarding coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Update on Fall & wishing you a relaxing summer

June 9, 2022

To our U of T Engineering community You all received the University-wide message this afternoon that shares important updates on U of T’s mask policy and our plans for a safe in-person Fall Term. This is consistent with the path we’ve already been on here in U of T Engineering – we will continue to… Read more »

Ensuring a smooth completion of the Winter Term

April 11, 2022

To our U of T Engineering community, As many of you are wrapping up classes, preparing for exams and looking forward to celebrating the season, I wanted to take this opportunity to reiterate the requirements, processes and supports in place to ensure a smooth and safe completion of the Winter Term. Final Examination Schedule Updates… Read more »

Winding down the Winter Term

March 21, 2022

To our U of T Engineering community I wanted to check in with everyone as the end of our Winter Term nears. I know the coming weeks can feel like some of the busiest of the year — at the same time, the weather is warming up and the days are getting longer. It’s a… Read more »

Returning safely to in-person activities

February 6, 2022

Good afternoon to our U of T Engineering community A quick note to follow the University’s latest update on campus status. I’m writing to share that in Engineering, we anticipate a safe return to in-person classes on Monday, as we had planned. The University is closely monitoring the protest at Queen’s Park, and will share… Read more »

Restricted access to campus

February 4, 2022

To our U of T Engineering community You will have received the message from the University this afternoon about the planned protests at Queen’s Park this weekend — I want to provide our Engineering community with an update as well. Our priority, as always, is to ensure the safety of our students, staff and faculty. In anticipation… Read more »

Safely resuming in-person activities on campus

January 19, 2022

To our U of T Engineering community, You will have received the latest message about the University’s plans to resume in-person activities on campus over the coming weeks. I am writing today to share some key updates and timelines for us here in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering: Students Undergraduate classes and labs… Read more »

Changes to final examinations & remote start to Winter Term

December 15, 2021

To our U of T Engineering community You will all have received the message today from Trevor Young, Acting Vice-President and Provost, and Kelly Hannah-Moffat, Vice-President, People Strategy, Equity and Culture. As they shared, in following guidance from local governments and public health agencies, there will be no more in-person final examinations taking place this… Read more »

Good luck on exams & wishing you a healthy holiday

December 7, 2021

To our U of T Engineering community With the final day of undergraduate classes coming up this Wednesday, we’re in the last stretch of the Fall Term. Though there’s still lots to do, I’m enormously proud of the way we have all continued to create solutions that allowed us to have as much in-person activity… Read more »

Vaccination uploads & checking in

October 7, 2021

To our U of T Engineering community Walking through our campus, seeing so many of you back in person and having a chance to chat has been amazing – it’s so good to have our engineering spaces in use again. It has been really inspiring to meet up with students, staff and faculty. While the pandemic… Read more »

In-person return & vaccine requirements

September 3, 2021

To our U of T Engineering community, As we approach the start of the Fall Term in U of T Engineering, we are also paying close attention to the latest public health guidelines and adapting our plans to enable a safe return to in-person activities. As we have all seen, this information changes often, and… Read more »

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