Check out my post on the Ivey MBA Student blog here. Check out some more photos and content for our New Venture Project here: http://crowdfeed.ca/ Taking a stroll on a workday on the edges of London, ON. At Beertown with our favorite (and only) Entrepreneur-in-residence, Jon Rothschild!
For my thesis project, I developed an algorithm to automate the micropipette setup procedure for Robotic ICSI. These fragile tools are as thin as 5 or 10 microns wide at their tips and are often indistinguishable to the human eye. They cannot be seen under a microscope unless it is in focus in the […]
Show your GRADitude! Graditude is an awesome campaign, and it’s been a pleasure to be a part of it. Graditude is a way for students who are graduating from UofT Engineering to make small donations back to the faculty to express thanks for their experiences at Skule. For me, this initiative is perfect because the […]
My second column of the school year is out as of last week! Take a look if you are interested in urban design, if you are a cyclist, or if you think maybe Toronto’s approach to transportation could be reassessed. Rethinking Our Streets Engineering, Politics, and All That Jazz The Cannon – The Official Newspaper […]
I attended the event a few weeks ago. I was extremely impressed with the presentations and discussions. Some of the speakers’ presentations were very insightful. Throughout the day, we talked about the potential of our streets, as well as our some of the difficulties we currently face trying to fulfill that potential. The presenters pointed […]
In second year of university (2008-2009), I took on the role of Promotions Director of Skule Orchestra. I learned a lot from the other orchestra executives and designed all the promotional material for the group that season. Visit the Skule Music website and see some of my designs: posters for club fairs, open rehearsal poster, […]
This is an essay from my first polisci course…
Topic: The Minister of Foreign Affairs has asked you (a policy intern): Which is the greater threat to the future of international cooperation, the vast inequality between rich and poor countries, or the possibility of terrorist attacks by non-state actors?