MSE Alumnus Andrew Forde Honoured at the 2021 Engineering Alumni Network (EAN) Awards

Ten outstanding members of the U of T Engineering community were recognized on November 4 at the 2021 Engineering Alumni Network (EAN) Awards.

The virtual awards ceremony celebrated alumni and students for their accomplishments and their contributions to the Skule™ community.

“An engineering education from U of T is terrific preparation for any career, and this year’s award winners showcase the diverse range of paths that our graduates follow,” said Dean Christopher Yip. “Whether they are inventors, founders, executives, athletes, artists, musicians or community volunteers, their ability to think analytically, creatively and globally is changing lives around the world.”

MSE is very proud to announce that Andrew Forde was presented the “7T6 Early-Career Award”.

The Class of 7T6 annually presents the 7T6 Early Career Award to engineering graduates who have attained significant achievement early in their career and shows promise of further contributions. The award is presented to an individual who is distinguished early in their profession, community, university and other related fields.

Described as a modern-day polymath, Andrew Nathaniel Forde (MSE 1T1) is a notable, award-winning Canadian engineer, entrepreneur, philanthropist and violinist. Efficacious by nature, Andrew continues to successfully apply technology to empower both people and organizations that drives humanity forward. He is determined to leave an insightful and important impact on the world, yielding long-term positive gain for future generations. Andrew is a long-time friend of the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, establishing scholarships, donating time and working with various departments to help push STEM education forward.

Learn more about Andrew Nathaniel Forde (video)

Read more about other the other award recipients at UofT News by Engineering Strategic Communications