Professor Doug Reeve Wins the 2015 Vivek Goel Faculty Citizenship Award

Professor Doug Reeve made a great name for himself in the pulp and paper industry, but his love of mentoring and developing young people drew him back to teaching at the University of Toronto.

Prof. Reeve is the 2015 winner of the Vivek Goel Faculty Citizenship Award. He is former chair of the Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry and Director of the Troost Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (Troost ILead).

He is a double alumnus of U of T, obtaining his MASc in 1969 and PhD in 1971. He worked in industry for several years and was an adjunct professor in ChemE from 1978-89, joining the faculty full time in 1989.

Prof. Reeve founded the Pulp and Paper Centre at U of T in 1987 and served as director until 2001. During his term as director the centre created more than $25 million in research programs with financial support from 45 companies in seven countries. When he stepped down as director in 2001, there were associated with the centre: 50 graduate students, 12 research staff and 23 faculty members. Read the full story.


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