About Chemical Engineering at U of T

U of T regularly ranks as the best university in Canada to study chemical engineering and offers one of the top programs in the world. At the Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, we integrate chemistry, biology and engineering through leading edge research and education to drive solutions for global challenges in energy, the environment and health. Learn more about our vision.

In The News

ChemE alumna named ONWiE Chair - Kim Jones (ChemE 0T3) was recently named Chair of the Ontario Network of Women in Engineering (ONWiE). Jones, a professor with the McMaster Engineering Faculty, comes to this role with a wealth of experience in supporting women in engineering, having previously served as a McMaster Engineering Faculty Leadership Fellow where her focus was diversity. Jones is... Read more »
ChemE student takes on the world as a member of Iron Dragons - Reigning national champions Iron Dragons are heading to Szeged, Hungary this summer to represent Canada on the world stage. The U of T Engineering student dragon boating team is sending men’s, women’s, and mixed teams — 60 students in total — to compete in 200 metre, 500 metre and 2,000 metre events at the International Dragon... Read more »
Troost family boosts engineering leaders of tomorrow with new $3-million gift - Underscoring their deep commitment to innovative leadership education, William Troost(ChemE 6T7) and his wife Kathleen have made a $3-million gift to accelerate pioneering programs and initiatives at U of T’s Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (ILead) at the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering. Recognizing their longstanding support and close to $10 million in... Read more »
ChemE grads to watch - Oluwatobi Edun (ChemE 1T7 + PEY), Natalia Mykhaylova (ChemE PhD 1T8) and Elizabeth White (ChemE 1T7+PEY) have made the Faculty’s 2018 “15 Grads to Watch” list. At Spring Convocation on June 19, 2018, more than 1,400 U of T Engineering students will mark the end of one journey and the beginning of another. Having enriched the... Read more »
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