The Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation and Entrepreneurship. (Image courtesy Montgomery Sisam Architects & Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios)

The University of Toronto has officially opened the Myhal Centre for Engineering and Entrepreneurship. According to a U of T news release, the building—named after alumnus George Myhal, his wife, Rayla, and their family—includes active learning spaces, fabrication facilities, and dedicated spaces for student clubs and teams. Chancellor Michael Wilson, Chair of the Governing Council Claire Kennedy (ChemE 8T9), President Meric Gertler, and Dean of Applied Science & Engineering Cristina Amon were amongst those on hand for the official opening. The Myhal Centre will reportedly house the Centre for Global Engineering, the Institute for Sustainable Energy, the Institute for Water Innovation, and several multidisciplinary initiatives.

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