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As part of new course, U of T Engineering students work with global stakeholders to address key challenges
More than 200 third-year students in the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering recently presented collaborative solutions to a range of global challenges – from recycling plastics to clearing invasive plants from canal waterways – as part of a two-day showcase that was recorded for organizations around the world.
The showcase was held in classrooms across the faculty and recorded for partners based in Nigeria, Ghana, Thailand, Uganda and South Africa.
For both instructor and students, the University of Toronto’s “Global Hidden Hunger” course holds special meaning because of their own personal experiences.
The course, offered by the Faculty of Arts & Science’s human biology program (HMB), looks at the causes and impact around the world of diets lacking in micronutrients like vitamin A, folate, iodine, zinc, iron and vitamin D.
A competitive edge: U of T students and alumni on the value of Rotman’s finance research and trading lab
Jason Ho was able to jumpstart his actual career in finance thanks to simulated experiences he received at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management.
In addition to courses, internships and networking, Ho says the BMO Financial Group Finance Research and Trading Lab’s (FRT-Lab) hands-on simulations gave him a competitive advantage when it came to landing his job at a big bank.