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.
Skulematters 2016 at a glance
This year’s issue examines the future of health-care engineering and celebrates the many U of T Engineering alumni, researchers and students who are at the forefront of addressing the world’s most pressing health challenges.
The Maker: George Klein – One of Canada’s most prolific inventors of the 20th century, responsible for designing the first electric wheelchair.
New Frontiers of Health-Care Innovation – Interdisciplinary research from U of T Engineering is helping us live longer, healthier lives.
Engineering on the Front Lines of Crisis – Alumna Sara Badiei transitioned a career in the American energy sector to humanitarian aid, rebuilding infrastructure in war zones and providing relief following natural disasters.
Back to Skule™ – A busy career as a pharmaceutical industry executive doesn’t keep Elaine Campbell from her role as an active member of our vibrant, global alumni community.
Plus: Profiles on the Translational Biology & Engineering Program and Centre for Healthcare Engineering; roundup of news about the forthcoming Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship; event photos; department, division and institute updates; awards, honours and so much more.