Clockwise, from top left: Susan McCahan, Greg Evans, Lisa Romkey, Jason Foster

U of T Engineering professors inducted as fellows of the Canadian Engineering Education Association

Four members of the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering have been inducted as fellows of the Canadian Engineering Education Association.

The honour recognizes noteworthy service to engineering education, engineering leadership, or engineering design education. The U of T Engineering inductees were among 21 engineering education professionals from across Canada in the association’s inaugural cohort.

They are:

  • Professor Greg Evans of the department of chemical engineering and applied chemistry and the Institute for Studies in Transdisciplinary Engineering Education & Practice (ISTEP)
  • Professor Jason Foster of the department of civil and mineral engineering and the division of engineering science
  • Professor Susan McCahan of the department of mechanical and industrial engineering; McCahan is also U of T's vice-provost, academic programs and vice-provost, innovations in undergraduate education
  • Professor Lisa Romkey of the division of engineering science and ISTEP

“It is truly an honour to be included in this group of highly respected engineering educators,” Romkey told University of Toronto Engineering News. “These individuals have carved out spaces in their own institutions for this critical work, and I am lucky to consider many of the Fellows close colleagues and mentors.”

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