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Are you tired of making forced conversation at a job fair or waiting to speak with a company representative? Join us on February 8th for an evening of creating industry connections and meeting other undergrad students in the field of sustainable buildings through this structured networking event. SBN is hosting this undergrad networking event to … Continue reading SBN Undergrad Networking Event
Our first Research Networking Event was a huge success, and now we're hosting another one! Come join us for a virtual evening of research exploration at the 2nd Grad Research Networking Event of the year! Whether you are a grad student, faculty, or an upper-year undergrad; from engineering, architecture, or elsewhere; if you are doing … Continue reading Research Networking Event
Join us for a two-day intensive event open to all undergrad and grad students from across Ontario! During this challenge, you will take part in sustainable building design, and will expand that thinking to buildings-related policy. This challenge is a great place to use all the skills you've learned in your classes and apply it … Continue reading Sustainable Buildings Challenge
Join the Sustainable Buildings Network and Future Living Labs for two evenings learning to use Industry-Standard CAD software! No experience necessary, open to all undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty at the University of Toronto. Registration gives you access to both sessions, please attend both! Tues. Nov 2, 2021 6-9 pm ET Part 1 - … Continue reading SBN x FLL: How to CAD for Engineers and Architects PART 1
Do you want to visit a LEED certified building on U of T campus? Join SBN for a sustainable buildings tour at the U of T Exam Center on November 26, 12:00pm to 1:00pm! We welcome Scott Hendershot from the Sustainability Office to show us sustainable features around the building including the solar panel system … Continue reading Sustainable Buildings Tour – 255 McCaul St.