Five U of T Engineering projects have received GESeed support

Five U of T Engineering projects have received support from the Global Engineering Seed (GESeed) program in its first round. Among this group are Professor Jeff Brook (Dalla Lana School of Public Health, ChemE), along with Professors Greg Evans (ChemE, ISTEP), Arthur Chan (ChemE) and Jeffrey Siegel (CivMin) who are working with Fort McKay First Nation Sustainability Department, AUG Signals Ltd., on Cleaner Air for an Indigenous Community Heavily Impacted by Energy Development.

For the full list of U of T Engineering GESeed recipients, click here. GESeed was created at U of T Engineering’s Centre of Global Engineering (CGEN) to support the development of community-engaged research that addresses critical challenges in Indigenous communities and developing countries in the Global South.