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This month the university’s Blue Team is hosting educational booths focused on the theme of recycling.

University promotes recycling awareness on campus in February

Reducing, reusing and recycling take the spotlight on campus in February as the University of Ontario Institute of Technology’s Office of Campus Infrastructure and Sustainability (OCIS) hosts a number of educational activities on campus designed to raise awareness about sustainable living practices.

UOIT Motorsports will participate  in the Formula Society of Automotive Engineers (Formula SAE) international student engineering design competition in Lincoln, Nebraska in June 2019.

UOIT Motorsports defines accelerated learning outside the classroom

Hands-on opportunities to apply knowledge in a real-world environment aptly describes the student-learning atmosphere at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT). Among many examples of students venturing beyond the boundaries of labs, lecture theatres and curriculum is an enterprising group known as UOIT Motorsports.

Representatives from the Oshawa Hungarian Culture Club and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology gathered on December 6, 2018 to celebrate the launch of the new Oshawa Hungarian Culture Club Study in Canada Award.

Expanding international exchange opportunities

University of Ontario Institute of Technology students will benefit from new studying abroad opportunities, thanks to a $75,000 donation from the Oshawa Hungarian Culture Club.

University of Ontario Institute of Technology's north Oshawa campus location.

Tuition reductions will help students with education affordability

The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) announced a 10 per cent tuition reduction on January 17. The university recognizes this change as a positive step in improving education accessibility for Ontario’s university students while balancing the provincial government’s fiscal challenges.

Brilliant Catalyst launch on the second floor of the Energy Systems and Nuclear Science Research Centre (November 13, 2018).

University launches Brilliant Catalyst: a new gateway to entrepreneurship and innovation

As a champion of innovative and entrepreneurial culture, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology offers an exciting new ‘collaboration and collision’ space for creating new business ideas. At Brilliant Catalyst, students, faculty, business and community organizations will accelerate the development of new ideas, business ventures and innovations.

University of Ontario Institute of Technology graduate student Samantha Stahlke (centre, pictured with academic dignitaries at Convocation in June 2018 for winning the Faculty of Business and Information Technology medal for highest grade-point average for her undergraduate Bachelor of Information Technology degree) is among the inaugural recipients of the Vector Institute Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence.

University’s Samantha Stahlke taking on the ‘next great frontier’ in technology

Now working on a master’s degree in Computer Science at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Samantha Stahlke has won a prestigious Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence from the Toronto, Ontario-based Vector Institute, which focuses on research into artificial intelligence applications and provides scholarships to graduate students.

The university's School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies recently celebrated faculty members who have demonstrated outstanding commitment to the graduate students they supervise.

University celebrates excellence in graduate student supervision

At its recent Award of Excellence in Graduate Supervision reception, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology’s School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies celebrated faculty members who have demonstrated outstanding commitment to the graduate students they supervise.

On December 7, TeachingCity partners the City of Oshawa, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Durham College and Trent University Durham Greater Toronto Area celebrated the inaugural City Idea Lab student showcase at the TeachingCity Hub in downtown Oshawa.

Student showcase shines spotlight on innovative curriculum-based City Idea Lab

TeachingCity partners the City of Oshawa, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Durham College (DC) and Trent University Durham Greater Toronto Area celebrated today the inaugural City Idea Lab student showcase and the generous gift of $322,000 from RBC Foundation as part of the RBC Future Launch program.

Flu season in Canada runs from November to April.

Getting the point: What Canadians need to understand about the flu shot

“Canadians need to understand that the various strains of the flu that emerge each year make it more than a local or regional concern. In today’s world of almost unlimited air travel, any virus can travel to any other spot on the planet in less than 36 hours. Flu immunization is a global health issue.”

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering students Thomas Lato (standing), Karim Sachedina (seated) and Mdrashidul Islam (using the computer) worked with Atef Mohany, PhD, Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, to create a prototype for a new vent silencer design for Stoddard Silencers.

Why clamping down on industrial noise is a sound idea

Scarborough, Ontario-based manufacturer Stoddard Silencers of Canada wanted to develop a smaller, cost-effective vent-silencing solution that minimizes noise without sacrificing safety. Together with Mechanical Engineering master’s students Karim Sachedina, Thomas Lato and Mdrashidul Islam, Dr. Atef Mohany created a prototype for a streamlined and acoustically absorptive cone-shaped attachment for Stoddard’s vent silencers.

University thanks its donors on National Philanthropy Day 2018

University thanks its donors on National Philanthropy Day

In celebration of National Philanthropy Day on Thursday, November 15, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology thanks its donors for their support over the past 15 years. In 2003, we opened our doors to 947 students. This year, we welcomed more than 10,000 students across our seven faculties and our School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.

Movie audience decked out in goggles and rain gear for a '4D' screening of the film Twister inside the ACE Climatic Wind Tunnel at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.

A film with a twist: ACE screens a movie in ‘4D’

At the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, the ACE Climatic Wind Tunnel recently hosted a screening of the 1996 disaster film Twister that took the cinematic experience in a new ‘fourth’ dimension. It figuratively took everyone by storm.