Alumni News

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ECE alumnus among those who receive 2024 Ontario Professional Engineers Awards

Family members with celebratory drinks in hand gathered in a well-lit lobby

‘A sense of satisfaction and purpose’: ECE alumnus Sam Mantenuto reflects on Skule and giving back

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Two ECE alumni among U of T Engineering volunteers honoured at the 2023 Arbor Awards

Alumnus Ross Peters

U of T Engineering alumnus appointed to the Order of Canada

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U of T Engineering Grads to Watch 2022

Professor Emeritus Roderick Tennyson (UTIAS) and alumnae Pirathayini Srikantha and Jeanette Southwood

Engineering Professor Emeritus and alumnae receive Ontario Professional Engineers Awards

U of T Engineering researchers Shijie Liu and Celine Xiao in the lab

Team E-quester places in the top 60 of the global XPRIZE Carbon Removal

Left to right: Shijie Liu (MIE MASc candidate), Yi (Sheldon) Xu (MIE postdoctoral fellow) and Celine Xiao (MIE PhD candidate) work on an electrochemical cell in their lab. The students are members of Team E-quester, which has earned a $250,000 XPRIZE Carbon Removal Student Award. (Photo: Yong Zhao)

U of T Engineering team earns US $250,000 in global XPRIZE Carbon Removal Student Award

The 2021 Engineering Alumni Network Awards winners were honoured for their contributions in a range of fields, from aerospace to sports medicine. Winners include ECE alumni Rami Rahim (ElecE 9T4), Ron Taylor (ElecE 6T1), Vivienne Sze (ElecE 0T3 + PEY), Paul Malozewski (ElecE 8T3) and Dana Kokoska (ElecE 2T0 + PEY).

ECE alumni among those honoured with 2021 Engineering Alumni Network Awards

U of T alumnus Lyndon Chan hopes to boost political engagement with Parlawatch, an online tool that scrapes official transcripts from Question Period and uses natural language processing to generate daily summaries. (Photo courtesy of Lyndon Chan)

Startup led by U of T alumni uses AI to help Canadians track parliamentary proceedings