Grad News

ChemE students spark new solutions for COVID-19 challenges

July 3, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic rearranged the plans of students across U of T Engineering over the past few months, one question was on many minds: what can I do to help? Now, dozens of students are taking action. The U of T COVID-19 Student Engagement Awards were created to fund inspiring innovations designed to respond… Read more »

Seven ChemE graduate students place in first-ever virtual U of T Engineering Research Conference

June 22, 2020

Between the second and third week of June 2020, U of T Engineering held its first-ever virtual research conference. The conference featured the latest in undergraduate and graduate research in six key areas: advanced manufacturing; data analytics and artificial intelligence; human health; robotics; sustainability; and water. At the end of the conference, 21 awards were… Read more »

#UofTGrad20: ChemE Grads to Watch

June 2, 2020

Story by Tyler Irving & Liz Do, U of T Engineering News With the University’s virtual Convocation ceremony on June 2, 2020 U of T Engineering students mark the end of one journey and the beginning of another. Graduating in the midst of a global pandemic, the Class of 2020 will long be celebrated for… Read more »

Prof. Arthur Chan and ChemE PhD candidate Samantha Cheung part of team to host U of T Engineering’s first-ever virtual research conference

May 14, 2020

Professor Arthur Chan (ChemE) and Samantha Cheung (ChemE PhD candidate) are among eight organizers of the first-ever U of T Engineering Research Conference (UTERC). Nearly 100 undergraduate and graduate students will be taking part in the inaugural conference happening June 9 and 10. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the event will be broadcast digitally, with students… Read more »

By raising lab coats to the rafters, U of T biomedical engineering lab celebrates its student MVPs

December 13, 2019

Baker, McLean and Wang aren’t exactly household names but they have a special place in the memories of researchers in University Professor Molly Shoichet’s (ChemE, IBBME) lab. They’re among the former University of Toronto PhD student all-stars whose names appear on the back of lab coats hanging from pillars in Shoichet’s laboratory on the fifth floor of the Donnelly Centre… Read more »

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