Stickel M

Professor, Teaching Stream



Contact Information
Phone: (416) 978-7805
Office: BA 5116


Micah Stickel is a senior lecturer in The Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto.  He first came to the department when he started as an undergraduate student in 1993.  Since that time, he has completed the B.A.Sc. (1997), M.A.Sc. (1999), and Ph.D. degrees (2006), all with a focus on Electromagnetics and the development of novel devices for high-frequency wireless systems.  He has a great interest in engineering education and the use of technology to advance the learning experience of his students.   He is the recipient of three Departmental teaching awards, and was selected as a New Faculty Fellow at the 2008 Frontiers in Education Conference.  Recently, he was awarded the Early Career Teaching Award by the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering.


  • Member of the Canadian Engineering Education Association, since 2012
  • Early Career Teaching Award, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, University of Toronto, 2012
  • Departmental Teaching Award (ECE221H1S: Electricity and Magnetism), Spring 2011
  • Departmental Teaching Award (MAT290H1F: Advanced Engineering Mathematics), Fall 2009
  • Departmental Teaching Award (ECE221H1S: Electricity and Magnetism), Spring 2009
  • New Faculty Fellow – 38th Annual Frontiers in Education Conference, 2008
  • Member of the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE), since 2007
  • Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), since 2006
  • Industry Canada Postgraduate Fessenden Scholarship, 2001