UofT Robotics Survey: Undergraduate Students
This survey will require approximately 15 minutes. Its purpose is to gather information to help form a strategic plan for robotics at the University of Toronto.
Inventory Questions
In what program are you currently enrolled?
If enrolled in Engineering Science, which option?
What year are you in (exclude PEY if applicable)?
Did you go on PEY?
If you went on PEY, where did you go?
Your answer
What robotics activities are you currently involved in within your program?
What robotics activities are you currently involved in outside your program?
Were you satisfied with UofT's offerings in robotics (the minor in robotics and mechatronics or the EngSci option in robotics) at the undergraduate level?
What could UofT do to prepare you better for your future in robotics?
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Are you planning to work in a robotics-related career after you graduate?
Do you plan to continue on to grad school in robotics?
Which grad schools are you considering?
Your answer
Are you considering UofT for grad school in robotics?
Why or why not?
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What could UofT do to make it more appealing to consider coming here for graduate research in robotics?
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If UofT offered a graduate degree (MASc or PhD) in robotics, would that make it more appealing to come here for grad school?
If you are planning to go to industry, what companies interest you most and where would you accept if a job is offered?
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Please provide any other information related to your undergraduate robotics activities not covered above.
Your answer
Vision Questions
What are the aspects of society that will be most highly affected by robotics technology in the coming decade(s)?
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What is UofT's greatest strength in robotics education on which it can build over the next five years?
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What is UofT's greatest weakness in the area of robotics?
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What is the most significant opportunity available to UofT relevant to robotics education in the next five years?
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What is UofT's greatest challenge to becoming a global leader in robotics education?
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How should UofT position itself to make its robotics activities unique with respect to its peers?
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If there was just one thing that UofT could invest in to improve its robotics education activities, what should it be and why?
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Please provide any other ideas or comments relating to forming a vision for robotics education at UofT.
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