This sponsored post is produced by Engineers Without Borders Canada – Toronto Professional Chapter.
Come be a part of the Global Engineering Innovation Symposium on March 23rd at the University of Toronto! This incredible National Engineering Month (NEM) event brings together leaders from industry and academia to discuss and brainstorm to take engineering to another level, helping to solve ‘problems that matter.’
What are problems that matter? This year, the event will focus on the transportation problem in Toronto while also discussing the role of engineering in our society and the challenges of innovation in Canada. Speakers to this event include the former chief city planner of Toronto, the president of the OSPE, several professors from the University of Toronto and York University, and CEOs of exciting ventures.
Hurry before the tickets sell out! You can buy the tickets at geis.eventbrite.com – what’s included in the price of the ticket? Well, you get to:
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