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Daily Media Report recap: June 4 to June 18, 2020

Disciplinary actions in BC and Newfoundland. The pandemic’s effect on the daily commute. And International Women in Engineering Day is coming up on June 23. These were the top stories from the Daily Media Report in early June.

INWED 2020: Arliss Szysky, P.Eng.

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INWED 2020: Noreen Kamal, PhD, P.Eng.

Noreen Kamal

Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial Engineering
Dalhousie University

INWED 2020: Jill Urbanic, PhD, P.Eng.

Jill Urbanic

Professor, Faculty of Engineering
University of Windsor

INWED 2020: Amy Hsiao, PhD, MBA, FEC, P.Eng.

Amy Hsiao

Associate Professor, Faculty of Sustainable Design Engineering
University of Prince Edward Island

INWED 2020: Béatrice Laporte-Roy, ing.

Béatrice Laporte-Roy

Senior Manager, Test Centre
Bell Canada

INWED 2020: Mandy Lise McKenna, MBA, P.Eng. / Wendy Weeks, P.Eng.

Mandy Lise McKenna, MBA, P.Eng.
INWED 2020: Jamie Davignon, EIT

Jamie Davignon

Civil Engineer – EIT

INWED 2020: Stephanie Willerth, PhD, P.Eng.

Stephanie Willerth, PhD, P.Eng.
INWED 2020: Natalie Boudreau, M.A.Sc., P.Eng.

Natalie Boudreau

Clinical Engineering Program Manager
Service New Brunswick

INWED 2020: Amina Stoddart, PhD, P.Eng. / Carolina Ontiveros

Amina Stoddart, Ph.D., P.Eng.
INWED 2020: Suzanne Kresta, FAICHE, FCAE, FEC, P.Eng.

Suzanne Kresta

Professor and Dean of Engineering
University of Saskatchewan

INWED 2020: Anjum Mullick, M.Sc., P.Eng.

Anjum Mullick

Director, Engineering Services
The City of Edmonton

2020 Engineers Canada awards recipients celebrated

Engineers Canada award medalJune 11, 2020 Ottawa, Ontario – Today marks the launch of a month long online celebration of the 2020 Engineers Canada award recipien

Daily Media Report recap: May 22 – June 4, 2020

Engineers Canada appoints a new President. A BC engineer faces a disciplinary decision. U of T’s youngest grad is an engineering student. These were the most-read stories from the Daily Media Report in late May and early June.

APEGS Welcomes John Desjarlais as their first Indigenous VP

John DesjarlaisRecently John Desjarlais was voted in as APEGS vice-president, making him one of the few Indigenous engineers in such a role for a Canadian engineer

Jean Boudreau appointed Engineers Canada president

May 23, 2020 – Engineers Canada is pleased to welcome Jean Boudreau, FEC, P.Eng., as president for the 2020–2021 term.


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