Posts By: tdidiano

Chart Your Future

Want to get involved on campus, but confused or overwhelmed by all the possible choices of clubs and activities? ILead’s Leadership Lab on Chart Your Future is here to help! […]

From Skule to the Workplace: Lessons from Alumni

In the summer, ILead’s FIELD summer students visited the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, and heard from a panel of U of T Engineering Alumni. The panelists discussed the importance of self-care […]

In the Field Leadership Series Part 2

The faces of leadership in our SkuleTM community As part of ILead’s Photographer, Aldrin Villamayor, and I (Anike Morrison, ILead’s Communication Assistant)’s quest to uncover the various ways students characterize and […]

November’s Club of the Month

In conversation with Blue Sky Solar Racing’s Frank Gu On June 20th, Rishabh Mundhra, ILead’s Student Clubs Liaison, met with Blue Sky Solar Racing’s Project Manager, Frank Gu, to learn […]

A Case for Creativity

The need for imagination in design, engineering, and leadership How essential is creativity to being a successful engineer? One answer to that question is: creativity, a core leadership pillar, is […]

In the Field Leadership Series

The faces of leadership in our SkuleTM community In order to better understand how U of T Engineering students view, define, and interact with leadership, ILead’s Photographer, Aldrin Villamayor,  and […]

Anyone can cook…and anyone can lead!

Gusteau (from the movie Ratatouille): You must be imaginative, strong-hearted. You must try things that may not work, and you must not let anyone define your limits because of where […]
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