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Skulematters is the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering’s annual alumni magazine, published for its alumni, faculty, staff and friends. Each issue is distributed to over 36,000 readers.

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Troost family boosts engineering leaders of tomorrow with new $3-million gift - William Troost (ChemE 6T7) and his wife Kathleen have made a $3-million gift to accelerate pioneering programs and initiatives at U of T’s Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (ILead) at the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering.
Heffernans expand fellowships with additional $3-million gift - Latest gift from Gerald Heffernan (MMS 4T3) and his wife Geraldine expands post-graduate fellowships and provides space for The Entrepreneurship Hatchery within the new Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship.
Education in innovation: U of T Engineering grad’s startup experience gives him leg up during job hunt - “There’s a lot of initiative that’s often required to operate in a large company, and many of those skills came through my hands-on experience at the Hatchery.”
From U of T to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab: Engineering alumna Janis Chodas receives an honorary degree - Chodas is the director for engineering and science at NASA JPL, where she leads 4,000 engineers, scientists and technologists who carry out planetary exploration missions.
U of T Engineering professors, alumni and students recognized by the Canadian Academy of Engineering - Twelve members of the U of T Engineering community have been recognized by the Canadian Academy of Engineering with fellowships and scholarships.

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