Aboriginal Access to Engineering is now “Indigenous Futures in Engineering”

Aboriginal Access to Engineering is now “Indigenous Futures in Engineering”

At its ten-year anniversary, the Indigenous student support and youth outreach initiative known as Aboriginal Access to Engineering is adopting a new name.

Standing Whale concept

Edward Burtynsky to collaborate with Queen’s on unique work of public art

The Faculty of Engineering is proud to announce a partnership with world-renowned Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky to help realize his new public art piece titled "Standing Whale."

Daymond, Giacomin, and Zou appointed Tier 1 Canada Research Chairs

Daymond, Giacomin, and Zou appointed Tier 1 Canada Research Chairs

Tier 1 CRC re-appointments of Mark Daymond and Alan Jeffrey Giacomin, and the promotion of Ying Zou from Tier 2 to Tier 1 were announced by François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science, and Industry.

Engineering for Everyone

Engineering for Everyone

Find out how Queen’s Engineering is instilling a new spirit of compassion and cooperation at the faculty as part of our EDI activities and objectives.

Inaugural IBET Fellowship recipient Chris Williams

Inaugural IBET Momentum Fellowship recipient to study wearable tech that monitors health

Chris Williams is Queen’s recipient of the Indigenous and Black Engineering and Technology Momentum Fellowship, an award developed in collaboration with six faculties of engineering in Canada. He will study in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

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