DISPLAY  YOUR

 

PRIDE

On June 20, 2018 we celebrate diversity and inclusivity across all three U of T campuses. Take a walk through any U of T Engineering space, and you'll see we display our pride every day. How do you display yours?

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graduate students are a familiar sight during our spring and fall convocation ceremonies.
The familiar RED gowns of U of T Engineering graduate students are a familiar sight during our spring and fall convocation ceremonies.
Tangy, a socially assistive robot with a distinctive ORANGE face, is designed to facilitate recreational activities and promote social interaction among people with degenerative cognitive conditions, such as dementia.
Tangy, a socially assistive robot with a distinctive ORANGE face, is designed to facilitate recreational activities and promote social interaction among people with degenerative cognitive conditions, such as dementia.
The iconic YELLOW Skule™ logo represents the engineering community at the University of Toronto. With countless clubs, teams and opportunities, Skule™ offers something for everyone!
The iconic YELLOW Skule™ logo represents the engineering community at the University of Toronto. With countless clubs, teams and opportunities, Skule™ offers something for everyone!
Graduate students visualize the aerodynamics of a model using vibrant GREEN dye in the water channel in the Experimental Fluid Dynamics research laboratory at UTIAS.
Graduate students visualize the aerodynamics of a model using vibrant GREEN dye in the water channel in the Experimental Fluid Dynamics research laboratory at UTIAS.
Members of U of T Engineering’s BLUE Sky Solar Racing team show off Polaris, the vehicle that placed 11th in the Challenger Class of the 2017 World Solar Challenge through the Australian Outback.
Members of U of T Engineering’s BLUE Sky Solar Racing team show off Polaris, the vehicle that placed 11th in the Challenger Class of the 2017 World Solar Challenge through the Australian Outback.
The Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship stands out against an INDIGO sky at sunset. The building embodies key engineering qualities such as collaboration across disciplines, experiential learning, leadership and entrepreneurship.
The Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship stands out against a VIOLET sky at sunset. The new building embodies key engineering qualities such as collaboration across disciplines, experiential learning, leadership and entrepreneurship.