With eyes set on changing the world, recent engineering graduate Jason Sukhram (MSE 1T2) embodies the global engineer of the future. He wants to inspire engineering students after him to dream big. Jason Sukhram’s trajectory while an engineering student at the University of Toronto changed forever after taking ILead’s Leading from the Inside Out certificate… Read more »
From left: Kasra Modares (CivE 1T6), Nusrat Nowrin (ChemE 1T5), Yee Wei Foong (MSE 1T5), Michael Suppa (MEng 1T4), Pawel Chomicki (EngSci 1T4), Lamya Ezzeldin (ChemE 1T5), Scott Whitty (EngSci 1T3), Jacquelyn MacCoon (MEng 1T4), Emanuel Diomis (MEng 1T4), Jaquelyn Rodriguez (IndE 1T5), Albert Huynh (MASc 1T5), Lobna El Gammal (ChemE 1T4), Ryan Mintz (ECE… Read more »
The objective of these Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) Awards is to recognize students in Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry who have shown the potential to become outstanding leaders. This potential may be demonstrated in a number of ways, including participation in student councils or clubs, community organizations, cultural groups, or athletics. Applicants should enumerate their… Read more »
In this article published by The Guardian’s Leadership Hub, one of the most famous graduates from UofT Engineering, Jeff Skoll, discusses his new movie Merchants of Doubt, based on the bestselling book about how climate change deniers have adopted the same techniques as the tobacco industry in influencing public opinion. Skoll also expresses his belief that entrepreneurial… Read more »
From Left: Prof. Doug Reeve, Elizabeth Mills, Dr. David Colcleugh, Dr. Dan Rosen, Nigel Guilford, Daryl Wilson In the stately Governing Council Chamber in Simcoe Hall—where the University’s highest decision-making body deliberates—four business leaders shared their leadership experiences to 100 engineering students on October 28. They shared remarkable personal stories that reveal a deeply human… Read more »
Can you engineer happiness? Sutha Sathananthan, Masters candidate in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, believes you can. She was inspired to launch Engineering Happiness with her peers after taking APS1010: Cognitive and Psychological Foundations of Effective Leadership taught by ILead’s Dr. Robin Sacks. The recognized campus group is the first of its kind… Read more »
ILead’s Engineering Leaders of Tomorrow program, now offered directly by the Institute as a unified brand, is featured in Maclean’s 2013 Canadian Universities Guidebook as one of only three “standout programs” featured at the University of Toronto. We are delighted that Maclean’s has recognized our innovative programs. Learn how to get involved today! Image credits: oncampus.macleans.ca.
The Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (ILead) is pleased to welcome you to our new website! Our new online presence reflects an exciting period in ILead’s history. The Institute grew from the success of the Engineering Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) program, established in 2002. Since then, thousands of U of T Engineering students have… Read more »