STEM:InA provides support to Indigenous students

Student support initiative STEM: Indigenous Academics spans three faculties

The faculties of Arts & Science, Engineering, and Health Sciences have joined forces to provide targeted academic support services for Indigenous students in STEM-oriented programs.

Dr. Fady Abdelaal

How the study of geomembranes can protect and extend the usefulness of landfills

Dr. Fady Abdelaal studies geomembranes and how they perform under different chemical and environmental stresses, ensuring that the systems we use to contain our refuse are robust enough to prevent environmental disasters, and durable enough to do so for the foreseeable future.

Exploratorium app

The STEMygk Exploratorium game app

A convergence of faculties and departments, including Queen’s Connections Engineering Outreach, supported the creation of a local youth-developed gaming app newly released called The STEMygk Exploratorium.

Dr. Majid Pahlevani

Revolutionizing the way we generate and store energy

Dr. Majid Pahlevani and his team at the Queen’s ePower lab are developing the technologies that will revolutionize the way the societies of the future generate and store energy.

Mechanical & Materials Engineering

Mechanical & Materials Engineering

From research to design to manufacturing, mechanical and materials engineers combine the study of engineering with practical courses in mechanical design, materials, and manufacturing methods.

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