Engineering Alumni News

Ajay Kochhar’s Li-Cycle named to Fast Company’s first-ever list of “Next Big Things in Tech”

By bwesseling | December 14, 2021

Li-Cycle Holdings Corp., an industry leader in lithium-ion battery resource recovery and recycling in North America, has been named the winner of Fast Company’s inaugural Next Big Things in Tech… Read more »

For 10 years, Schulich Leader Scholarships have increased access to higher education

By bwesseling | December 1, 2021

For Danny McInnis (MechE 1T9 + PEY), being a Schulich Leader is about opportunities to develop—and exercise—creative and collaborative thinking. Entering U of T with the 2015 cohort of Schulich… Read more »

Award-winning photographer Art Chow revisits the competition that changed his life

By bwesseling | November 25, 2021

  By Megan Mueller, Hart House Something transformational happened to Art Chow (MSE PhD 6T6) when he was in second year of his program in 1956: the undergrad student was… Read more »

Amreen Poonawala (IndE 1T7) named to list of Thirty Under 30 by Learning 2021

By bwesseling | November 24, 2021

    Amreen Poonawala (IndE 1T7) was recently named to Learning’s Thirty Under 30 for 2021. Amreen is a product manager at UNICEF, in the Office of Global Innovation, where… Read more »

U of T Engineering alums create award-winning app helps profs make online lectures more engaging

By bwesseling | November 18, 2021

By Matthew Tierney, U of T Engineering News   Like many students around the world, Manik Chaudhery (CompE 2T0 +PEY) endured his share of virtual lectures over the past couple… Read more »

Amalia Gil (BME MHSc 2T1) is rethinking surgical safety as a culture as opposed to the end outcome

By bwesseling | November 15, 2021

Recently completing her graduate degree at U of T, Amalia Gil (BME MHSc 2T1) continued her career path as a clinical implementation engineer, aiming to help improve surgical safety in… Read more »

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