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Happy Holidays

Despite the autumnal weather, it's mid-December, which means exams are in full swing and the 2015 Fall Session is coming to a close. The Faculty wishes you good luck on your final exams and a restful break before lectures resume in January.

In this month's Engineering Student e-News, learn about post-exam services offered by the Office of the Registrar, important dates and deadlines for the Winter Session and how three of your fellow Engineering undergrads fared at a recent swim meet.

The Office of the Registrar will remain open until 4 p.m. on December 22 to assist you with any questions or requests you might have before the holiday closure.

 

December 2015


Volume 7, Issue 4
In this issue:

Spotlight
Dates and Deadlines
Student Services
Money Matters
Engineering Student Life
In the News
Your Faculty

 
     
 

Spotlight

 
 
 

Post-exam services

Students may order photocopies of Engineering final exams or request their instructors review course marks from the 2015 Fall Session. These services will become available in the Engineering Portal during the second week of January

When things don't go as planned
A petition is your formal request for an exception to a Faculty or University rule, regulation or deadline

Exam aid sheets
Taking a Type C exam? Download a copy of the official Engineering aid sheet

 
 

Dates and Deadlines

 
 
 

December 23

 

University closed for Winter holidays

January 4

 

Engineering Winter Session begins

January 11

 

Lectures begin for T-Program courses

January 11

 

Arts & Science Winter Session begins

January 17

 

Last day waitlists are operational for S-Session courses

 
  For additional dates, events and deadlines, visit the Undergraduate Engineering Calendar  
     
 

Student Services

 
   
 

Online lost and found box

Lost something? You can visit the Office of the Registrar (GB 157) or fill out an online form

Academic advising: years one through four

Have questions about your program, personal matters or what to do about your latest marks? Your academic advisor should be your first stop

Academic integrity at the University of Toronto

The Academic Integrity Handbook can help inform and prepare you for a successful university career free from academic misconduct

 
     
 

Money Matters

 
   
 

New external scholarships

Check out and apply for new scholarship opportunities. Questions about eligibility or your application? Contact awards@ecf.utoronto.ca

Become eligible for Faculty scholarships: ePortfolio
Your ePortfolio helps match your extracurricular activities to available scholarships. Updating yours today, could confirm your eligibility for a scholarship

OSAP repayment workshops
The National Student Loan Service Centre continues to provide webinars on loan repayment. January and February sessions are available. Sign up today

UTAPS
The second installment of UTAPS, for those who are eligible, will be paid by the end of January. Students were notified of their assessments and payments via emails from Enrolment Services. To ensure there is no delay with your payment, please update your direct deposit and mailing address information in ACORN/ROSI.

While UTAPS is automatically assessed for OSAP recipients, out-of-province students must apply for it online. The application process has been extended to February 1

 
     
 

Engineering Student Life

 
   
 

Meet one of U of T Engineering's MasterCard Foundation Scholars

Sylvia Mwangi, a second-year U of T Engineering student, is one of 23 MasterCard Foundation Scholars at the University

The Hatchery's annual business competition is back!

Accelerator Weekend is scheduled for January 22. Get your tickets today

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

On December 3, U of T St. George campus paused to remember the 14 women of École Polytechnique

Software showdown: first-year students battle game strategy programs in final competition

The APS105 showdown currently in its third year is an annual event where students write software programs to compete against one another

Swimming tops three provincial rivals

At the Quad Meet at Varsity Pool on November 21, Engineering student-athletes shone with a solo victory in the 200 IM by rookie Osvald Nitski (Year 1, MechE), Edward Liu (Year 3 +PEY, ChemE) taking the top spot in the 100 butterfly and Oliver Straszynski (Year 2, ECE) capturing gold in the 400 freestyle

 
     
 

In the News

 
   
 

The future of medicine is personal

Watch Professor Molly Shoichet (ChemE, IBBME) explain how regenerative medicine will soon be a reality (TEDxToronto)

Reuters: U of T is Canada's most innovative university

High marks for research and entrepreneurship no surprise to innovation experts (U of T News)

Suburban drivers to blame for CO2 emissions in Toronto: report

Professor Marianne Haztopoulou (CivE) on who's to blame for CO2 emissions in Toronto (Toronto Metro)

Clearing the air: air purifiers may have benefits, but cutting pollution holds key

Civil Engineering's Jeffrey Siegel (CivE) on the pros and cons of air purifiers (Yahoo News)

 
     
 

Your Faculty

 
   
 

Dean Amon and three alumni honoured at Ontario Professional Engineers Awards gala

Dean Cristina Amon received the Gold Medal, Ontario's most prestigious engineering honour, at the November 21 gala

A tumour you can unroll: engineers create new technology for understanding cancer growth

A team of U of T engineers is unrolling the mysteries of cancer, quite literally

Engineering a better heart: celebrating the first year of the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research

U of T's mission is to help discover the causes of heart failure and engineer therapies and its new space will help make that happen

 
     
 

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