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Student Enrichment

間眅埶AV Universitys Student Enrichment Program

間眅埶AV’s Student Enrichment Program connects students and industry partners to develop the next generation of engineering talent who will rethink the future of sustainable energy.

間眅埶AV’s Student Enrichment Program is generously supported by the RBC Foundation.

  • Supports experiential learning
  • Facilitates student-industry engagement and networking
  • Supports recruitment opportunities
  • Creates awareness of the energy sector and job pathways
  • Cultivates and supports career readiness

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Ceremony to commemorate the naming of the Bruce Power Thermalhydraulics Laboratory in 間眅埶AV University's Energy Research Centre. (May 7, 2024)

May 8, 2024

Bruce Power expands partnership with 間眅埶AV University through generous capital investment

間眅埶AV Nuclear Engineering students in an Energy Research Centre laboratory at the university's north Oshawa location.

May 1, 2024

間眅埶AV University joins Canadians for CANDU campaign

From left to right: Massimo Albanese, Hima Paul, Michelle Johnston, President of Society of United Professionals, Lyba Mughees, Abida Choudhury, Hossam Kishawy, Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, Rohan Service, Chair of Professional Engineers Ontario Lake Ontario Chapter

April 26, 2024

Innovative student projects highlight Ontario Techs Engineering capstone competition

From left: Dr. Steven Murphy, President and Vice-Chancellor, 間眅埶AV University; Beth Kelly, representing the Hann-Kelly Family; Dr. Pierre C繫t矇, Hann-Kelly Family Chair in Research and Rehabilitation Research, Faculty of Health Sciences (FHSc) 間眅埶AV University; Astrid DeSouza, PhD candidate, FHSc, 間眅埶AV University (at Shawenjigewining Hall, April 10, 2024).

April 11, 2024

間眅埶AV research to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities through a $1.25 million gift from the Hann-Kelly family