builds and races a new Formula style racecar every year. The team is composed entirely of students who participate at an extracurricular level, strengthening their academic skills in engineering design, technology, and business. The students are responsible for not only design, construction, and tuning; but also for finance,sponsorship, media and logistics, and overall creating a true entrepreneurial learning experience.
UTAT is divided into five divisions to cover these projects:
– Aerial Robotics Division (quadcopters)
– Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (quadplanes + fixed-wing drones) Division
– Rocketry Division (sounding rockets)
– Space Systems Division (satellites)
– Outreach Division
UTAT is committed to providing a venue for all members to challenge themselves and further their development in a competitive and social environment.
The intent of U of T DI is to accomplish the following:
1) To allow students to compete in official local and international Destination Imagination tournaments.
2) To provide students with an outlet to develop their creative problem solving skills, primarily through the areas of technical design, structural/architectural design, theatre arts and improvisation.
3) To develop students skills in technical design, structural/architectural design, scientific inquiry, research, fine arts, music, theatre arts and improvisation.
4) To provide students a means to develop their interpersonal skills and teamwork through team challenges and designed activities.
5) To enable students to reach out to the community, to act in leadership positions and to develop their public speaking skills. This will be accomplished primarily through workshops and presentations delivered to high school and elementary level students, as well as mentorship of high school and elementary level students and volunteering at local tournaments.
6) To create global leaders by providing students with an international experience where they can discover an appreciation for various cultures and styles through competition.
The DI program allows students to develop their creativity and problem solving skills while honing the techniques and skills learnt in class. Students are able to develop their social skills through the team atmosphere of the competition, while, at the same time, gaining hands-on experience in a full design process. Students are able to gain life and work experience through approaching a problem in an engineering manner, while balancing various other non-technical design criteria. It further allows students to enhance their Skule experience by integrating theatre, improvisation, structural and technical design in an innovative and unique way.
Student Skill Development
The founding members of the organization have competed at the Provincial level for the past 10 years and have qualified for International competition 8 of those years. Through mentorship, new team members learn construction and design techniques as well as how to use various tools and materials. Students gain experience in a wide variety of fields ranging from improvisational techniques and public speaking to electrical circuitry and structural design. Students are encouraged to develop their skills and increase their knowledge base in order to best address problems they might encounter both through competition and in real life scenarios. Furthermore, the competition has a ‘no interference’ policy, which means team members must develop their solution completely independently, pushing them to solve these problems on their own.
Students Develop as Global Citizens and Leaders
The elementary and high school mentorship aspect allows team members to hone their public speaking skills, develop their leadership skills and prepares them for future leadership positions. Moreover, the team environment of the competition helps teach students co-operation and teamwork, two traits which are critical to success in any employment. The International aspect of the competition exposes students to various cultures and their correlation with design, creativity, problem solving, teamwork and leadership. The International competition allows students to develop relationships with employers, students and various other likeminded individuals worldwide.
Come out and meet us if:
• you are interested in applying your education in a meaningful way to help others;
• you want to learn more about how footbridges can help improve access to healthcare, education, business and equality;
• you are looking to develop your skills in media and marketing, event and project management, external relations and fundraising or structural design and construction
As you may expect, we take concrete, a material normally strong in compression and weak in tension – not to mention really dense, and turn it on its head. When we are done with it, we have concrete that is not only good in tension, but less dense than water! Each year, we design, test, and construct our own concrete mix and canoe design, which is raced against other universities annually.
The Concrete Canoe team is a great way for students to apply the knowledge they gain in the classroom to a stimulating, interactive competition. New members are always welcome; sign up to our mailing list at email@example.com for more information.
Students gain valuable experience in activities ranging from the engineering of the robots to financial management and most importantly, real-world application of their education. We will be committed to further promoting the educational impact of UTRA by organizing lectures and seminars pertaining to university research and the robotics industry as a whole. We are also committed to the community through high school outreach by promoting the fields of engineering, robotics, and the University as a whole.
We build autonomous underwater vehicles to participate at the Robosub competition in San Diego each year.
Hobby and Interest
We pride ourselves in being a friendly, welcoming community offering frequent, inexpensive weekend and day trips to many parts of Ontario (and sometimes beyond), with longer trips involving camping and hiking in provincial/national parks. Our most popular weekend trips are the group excursions to the cabin (located near the Georgian Bay – learn more in the next section), with trip sizes varying from 5-6 people to our occasional large trips of 30-35. The club also organizes regular social events within the city of Toronto for members and non-members alike, such as our monthly pub social.
Tales of Harmonia strives to provide an eclectic experience by celebrating music in all its beauty, glory, and majesty!
The club is an avenue for students who enjoy diverse genres such as rock, pop, jazz, and classical music to express their musical interests and find others who share them. We host about five shows during the school year, three informal jam sessions and two formal shows. Students are invited to perform and watch each other’s performances. We also provide opportunities for executive and general members to gain leadership experience through helping to organize the events of the club.
Since our first concert in 2010, our organization has grown to include students from a wide range of programs, including Engineering, International Relations, Physics, and of course, Music. We’ve performed at over 40 events over the past 5 years, and have many more performances planned for the 2016-2017 season!
Our WEAO student chapter provides an opportunity for passionate individuals to learn about the water industry and connect with water industry professionals.
The club’s primary goals are to provide technological and industrial knowledge to students so that they are more informed and capable individuals within the energy field after graduation.
Our events explore the current challenges and opportunities in the energy sector locally and globally.
MIC serves as the student chapter of ASM, TMS, ACerS, AIST, SMTA and MetSoc.
The society offers professional development and networking events like Chemical Engineering Sector Information Night where chemical engineers from different fields speak about their career paths as they relate to chemical engineering. CSChE also runs a Mentorship Program, designed to help students through their transition into first year and provide new professional and social opportunities!
For information on all of our events be sure to check the CSChE wall in WB242 and like our Facebook page “U of T – CSChE Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering.”
within the student body, the Sustainable Engineers Association has grown to
be the foremost Sustainability oriented club in the University of Toronto since
its establishment in 2009. SEA acts as a platform to connect students to the Sustainability field, both on an academic and on an industry-wide level.
The mission of the Sustainable Engineers’ Association (SEA) is to empower students with knowledge, interest, passion, and ultimately experience within the domain of sustainable development. SEA host numerous events throughout the year, partners with other University of Toronto sustainability organizations, and provides opportunities for students to collaborate with students in other disciplines and faculties on university-wide sustainability initiatives.
UofT Analytics & Data Science Club helps you navigate the growing field of Big Data and Analytics by participating in competitions, recommending courses and developing industry relationships through interaction with guest speakers. Ultimately giving you a leg up in a world increasingly turning to data for decision making.
With over 400 members from different programs and faculties, we aim to disseminate knowledge pertaining to the biomedical field as well as to serve as a point of contact between students, researchers and industry.
This is accomplished by hosting events such as information sessions on the latest cutting-edge research in the fields of biomedical engineering, medicine and biotechnology; attending international conferences in related areas; networking with industry leaders during held speaker seminars; and touring various industrial plants, hospitals and laboratories.
Interested students are free to observe and participate in our meetings as guests.
We look forward to seeing you!
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committed to creating and participating in events that promote educational and social values in harmony with those of the University. We work towards creating networks _x000c_of female students, faculty and professionals, both within the University and across Canada, which will act as support groups and as a valuable resource of skills and knowledge for our members.
University of Toronto NSBE Chapter
Founded in 1999, NSBE University of Toronto (NSBE U of T) is the largest chapter in Toronto. NSBE U of T is also a part of NSBE Canada and NSBE Region 1.
– Stimulate and develop programs that increase minority participation in the field of engineering
– Increase the number of students studying engineering and applied science at both the undergraduate and graduate levels
– Provide networking and other progressive social activities.
-Promote the professional development and academic achievement of our members
To provide valuable guidance to first year Mechanical and Industrial Engineering students in an effort to enhance their experience in Skule, create lasting relationships with upper years and achieve success in their undergraduate studies.
Benefits for First Year Students
Network within the MIE community and make new friends
Build lasting relationships with upper year students
Get advice on summer jobs, extra-curricular activities, and university life
Get opinions on your future in MIE and insight into the various streams offered in both departments
Benefits for Upper Year Students
Develop valuable leadership and interpersonal skills
Become involved in engineering life in a meaningful way
Help fellow MIE students succeed in engineering by passing on valuable knowledge
Through workshops, mini-courses, and boot camps run by enthusiastic University of Toronto STEM students, our students will be encouraged to explore the world of coding, learn marketable technological skills, and challenge themselves to learn something new.