The Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry is pleased to welcome Lisa Jack as our new TA Administrator & Undergraduate Assistant in the Undergraduate Office. Lisa comes to the Department from the Faculty of Music, where she has worked in a variety of roles including TA Coordinator, Experiential Learning Coordinator, and Graduate Admissions Support. Lisa’s background is in public education and music, and she holds a MA of Music from the University of Toronto. She is the conductor of Flute Street, a chamber ensemble based in Toronto. Lisa also has a deep interest in mental wellness and is currently pursuing a MA in Psychology. We are thrilled to have Lisa taking on this important role with the Department to help solidify the operation of our Undergraduate Office.
Welcome to the Chemmunity, Lisa!
Lisa Jack (she/her), TA Administrator & Undergraduate Assistant
Eligibility to Apply:
It is your responsibility to ensure that you are eligible for each award to which you are applying by reading the requirements within each award description. Ineligible or incomplete applications will not be considered.
To apply, applicants must:
- Complete the FASE Graduate Scholarships & Awards Application.
- Submit all additional required documentation for each of the awards for which you are applying (detailed in the award descriptions.)
- Ensure that letters of reference are sent directly from your referees to the ChemE Graduate Office by March 15.
Please submit your applications to by March 15 to Pauline Martini, ChemE Graduate Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have additional questions please contact David Duong, Engineering Graduate Affairs Officer, email@example.com
What are Graduate Attributes?
As part of the Washington Accord, every accredited engineering institution in Canada and every other signatory country must demonstrate that the graduates of their programs possess the attributes described under the following headings:
Download the Graduate Attributes poster: U of T Engineering Graduate Attributes
What is Accreditation and why is it important?
From Engineers Canada:
- Engineers Canada accredits Canadian undergraduate programs in engineering. Students who successfully receive a degree from an accredited engineering program meet the academic requirements needed to become licensed with Canada’s engineering regulators.
- Accredited engineering programs bring multiple benefits for both students and regulators:
- Regular accreditation of programs fosters the continual improvement of education
- Accreditation ensures that programs are meeting the high standards necessary for licensure
- Degrees from accredited programs are accepted by engineering regulators nationwide and are also recognized by our international partners.
The PhD Qualification Examination is to be held within the first 9 to 13 months of registration in the PhD program.
The student and supervisor work together to form the committee, which is comprised of:
(b) 2 other Faculty members, 1 of whom must be from this Department; and
(c) Examination Chair (assigned by the Associate Chair & Graduate Coordinator).
To set up a PhD Qualification Examination:
- Complete the Bypass/PhD Qualification Examination Chair Request form;
- Once a Chair has been assigned, complete and submit the PhD Qualification Examination Form a minimum of 5 business days prior to the examination.
Meeting room and equipment (laptop, projector, teleconference phone if applicable) may be booked through Gorette Silva in the ChemE General Office (WB217).
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