The engineering profession is facing disruptive change due to emerging technology. This fact formed the basis of a panel discussion at the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE)’s Future of Engineering conference.
Read more. A new program run out of Waterloo Engineering Outreach’s Women in Engineering program offers online and one-on-one tutoring sessions to students of all genders in advanced functions, calculus, chemistry, and physics.
Registration is now open for educators to sign up for the Future City Experience: Living on the Moon, an abbreviated version of the Future City Competition that introduces students in grades 6, 7, and 8 to the engineering design process.
Engineers Canada upholds the honour, integrity, and interests of the engineering profession by supporting consistent high standards in the regulation of engineering, encouraging the growth of the profession in Canada, and inspiring public confidence.
Engineers Canada accredits Canadian undergraduate programs in engineering. Students who receive a degree from an accredited engineering program meet the academic requirements needed to become licensed with Canada’s engineering regulators.