LIVESTREAM Alumni Discussion Panel: COVID-19 – Engineering Solutions for our Current Crisis
May 27 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Registration Link here
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
The COVID-19 crisis has impacted virtually every sector and way of life on earth. Whether big or small, every person has been affected by the spread of this global pandemic. Yet as swiftly as the virus spread across the world, so too have members of the alumni community stepped forward to find solutions and contribute to a path forward.
Join us online to meet three young alumni, who have provided unique, innovative, and essential solutions to help make the path forward easier for all of us during the COVID-19 crisis. From re-purposing a factory to promoting essential research to supporting front line workers, come learn what these industrious U of T Engineering grads are doing to help provide solutions during a global crisis. Watch this online discussion for free by registering here today.
Wednesday, May 27th was originally intended to be the kickoff on U of T Alumni Reunion 2020. Until we can meet on campus, we hope you will join us online to learn more about what our alumni are doing to solve the COVID-19 crisis, and how you can help.
Livestream! Once you register for the event, a URL link for the livestream will be sent to you the week of the event. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.
Gimmy Chu (ElecE 0T6)
Weiwei Li (MSE 1T6, MSE MASc 1T8)
Co-Founder, Honeybee Hub
Ananya Tandon Verma (IndE 1T5)
Feed the Frontlines TO
Senior Business Analyst, McKinsey & Co.
Dr. David Sinton
(MechE 9T8, MechE PhD 0T3)
Professor & Canada Research Chair, Microfluidics & Energy
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
University of Toronto