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NSBE Hacks

Hosted by NSBE U of T Chapter, NSBEHacks is the pioneering event of its kind – the first student-run hackathon dedicated to the experiences of Black individuals in technology and engineering. As the largest chapter in Toronto with a global membership of 24,000, NSBE U of T is a dynamic force since its inception in […]

GAME CHANGERS: Dialogue in Sports at the University of Toronto

Hart House – Debates Room 7 Hart House Circle, Toronto, ON, Canada

Join the BIPOC Varsity Association (BVA) for a Black History Month panel discussion on the game changers in sports at the University of Toronto. Featured panelists: Teri Dennis-Davies, Chief People & Inclusion Officer at Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE) Darrell Adams, Head Coach of the U of T Varsity Blues Football Team and Former NFL/CFL Player […]

The Gray Lecture – When ‘Francophone’ Doesn’t Mean White: Race and Language Politics in Contemporary Quebec

Sidney Smith Hall – SS2098 100 St George St, Toronto, ON, Canada

The Department of History welcomes Emilie Nicolas, columnist for Le Devoir and host of the “Détours” podcast on Canadaland, as its keynote speaker for the upcoming Gray Lecture: When ‘Francophone’ Doesn’t Mean White: Race and Language Politics in Contemporary Quebec. Emilie is a frequent media commentator, analyst, speaker, educator and consultant on public policy, equity, […]

BUILD U UP Mental Wellness Fair

Bahen Centre 40 St. George St

Hey Engineering students, you are invited to the Winter 2024 BUILD U UP Mental Wellness Fair! Come to see all the services and resources that are available to help support your well-being both on and off campus. Visit the various booths and engage in interactive activities for a chance to win some swag and a […]

Distinguished Lectures Series: Prof. Shafi Goldwasser “Constructing and deConstructing Trust: A Cryptographer’s perspective on adversaries in the ML pipeline”

SF1105

Join us for the next talk in the  2023-2024 Distinguished Lectures Series by Prof. Shafi Goldwasser of University of California, Berkeley. Date: February 29, 2024 at 4:00 – 5:00pm in SF1105 Title: Constructing and deConstructing Trust: A Cryptographers perspective on adversaries in the ML pipeline Abstract: Cryptographic tools and models enable the use of technology […]

MIE Distinguished Seminar Series with Professor Yonggang Huang: “A Dynamically Reprogrammable Surface with Self-Evolving Shape Morphing”

Mechanical Engineering Building, MC102, 5 King's College Road, Toronto, Canada

Interested members of the U of T community who would like to attend the seminars can email Kendra Hunter at hunter@mie.utoronto.ca Professor Yonggang Huang  Northwestern University (McCormick School of Engineering) A dynamically reprogrammable surface with self-evolving shape morphing       Abstract Dynamic shape-morphing soft materials systems are ubiquitous in living organisms; they are also of rapidly increasing […]

MIE Distinguished Seminar Series Reception with Professor Yonggang Huang

MC331, 5 King's College Rd., Toronto, ON, Canada

Join us in MC331 following the presentation to network with your colleagues, ask questions and meet Professor Yonggang Huang. Light refreshments will be served. Please note this event will be limited to 25 attendees. Registration page

LLE: Revolutionizing Drug Delivery Technology: The Power of AI and Automation (Christine Allen, University of Toronto)

WB116 @ 200 College Street, Toronto ON M5S 3E5

Christine Allen, University of Toronto Host: Prof. Milica Radisic   The formulation of therapeutic agents in advanced drug delivery systems such as nanoparticles and microparticles can significantly improve their safety and efficacy. However, the design and development of advanced formulations remains expensive, labour-intensive and time consuming with a heavy reliance on the expertise of the formulation […]

Ask Me Anything: Your Success, Your Way

Online, Zoom

Celebrate International Women’s Day with us as we host a moderated panel discussion featuring accomplished women Engineering alumni. They will offer insights into their unique paths to success, sharing personal stories on navigating their careers and life. You’ll have the chance to engage directly with our panelists and other alumni in breakout groups where you […]

Distinguished Lectures Series: Prof. Mahnoosh Alizadeh “Safe Learning Methods with Applications in Dynamic Pricing for Demand Management”

SF1105

Join us for the next talk in the  2023-2024 Distinguished Lectures Series by Prof. Mahnoosh Alizadeh of University of California, Santa Barbara Date: March 7, 2024 at 4:00 – 5:00pm in SF1105 Title: Safe Learning Methods with Applications in Dynamic Pricing for Demand Management Abstract: The pervasive integration of edge intelligence has provided opportunities for […]

Hacking Perfectionism to Boost Success for Engineering Students Workshop

Galbraith Building Room 202 (GB202) 35 St. George St

Date: Friday, March 8, 2024 Time: 12 – 1 p.m. Location: Galbraith Building, Room 202 (GB202) Do you find that you’re setting unrealistic expectations for yourself, judging yourself harshly and feeling that your accomplishments never seem good enough? It could be that perfectionism may be holding you back, which can also lead to burnout, depression and anxiety. This […]

Merging Humans and Machines to Assist Human Movement – Daniel Ferris

Medical Sciences Building 3154 1 King's College Cir, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Speaker Daniel Ferris Robert W. Adenbaum Professor J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering University of Florida Abstract The University of Florida Human Neuromechanics Laboratory studies the science and engineering of bionic prostheses, robotic exoskeletons, and mobile brain computer interfaces. The two goals are to better understand how humans control their bodies and to […]

LLE: Efficient Assessment: Getting More Value With Less Effort (Peter Ostafichuk, University of British Columbia)

WB116 @ 200 College Street, Toronto ON M5S 3E5

Lectures at the Leading Edge (LLE) Peter Ostafichuk, University of British Columbia Host: Prof. Jennifer Farmer Assessment is widely viewed as an integral part of teaching and learning. More than a means to benchmark student performance, effective assessment is a powerful learning activity. In addition, well-constructed assessments allow students to monitor their learning progress and adapt; […]

LLE: Next Generation Membranes through Polymer Self-Assembly (Ayse Asatekin, Tufts University)

WB116 @ 200 College Street, Toronto ON M5S 3E5

Ayse Asatekin, Tufts University Host: Prof. Jay Werber Membranes offer a highly energy-efficient, simple to operate, scalable and portable separation method for many applications, from water treatment to oil and gas processing to pharmaceutical manufacturing. Yet, their broader use is often limited by insufficient selectivity and/or fouling with complex feeds. There are no commercial membranes that […]