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It’s easy! Whether you’re new to Engineering or just new to developing your leadership skills, there are many ways to get started!
Engineering Leadership Project (ELP)
The ELP is a research study that seeks to understand how engineers lead in the workplace. Find out more.
Building a community of practice.
ILead is at the forefront of building a network of engineering leadership educators, researchers, and industry professionals. Find out more.
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- Check out a recap of ILead's Engineering Leadership Luncheon! https://t.co/vmSuO6tg8A https://t.co/u63w5YxLhC about 22 hours ago
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- Looking for #UofTEngineering work-study students! Check out positions on the CLN - Job ID: 73507, 73079, 73170. https://t.co/CAAdA6mOaH 02:02:16 PM April 29, 2016
Corporate partners, alumni, faculty, and students gathered on Friday, April 15, at Massey College for a... Read more »Meet two EngEd students who are increasing engineering student engagement
Whether they are increasing student engagement or providing opportunities to work across disciplines, these U of... Read more »Congratulations ILead Alumni for receiving Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Awards
In the summer of 2011, Jaquelyn Monis Rodriguez (Year 4 IndE + PEY) had travelled from... Read more »Please welcome Serhiy Kovalchuk!
Get to know Serhiy Kovalchuk, ILead’s new Research Associate! What are the responsibilities of your role... Read more »Congratulations University of Toronto Industry Insights
The University of Toronto Industry Insights, a graduate student group in engineering, was one of ten... Read more »