Celebrating International Women in Engineering Day 2022

Celebrating International Women in Engineering Day 2022

Heidi Ploeg and the Centre for Women in Engineering at Queen’s hosted a luncheon on June 23, International Women in Engineering Day, to acknowledge the achievements of women in engineering within the faculty .

Various photos of researchers at Queen's Engineering

Queen's Engineering Research Explorer

Explore the researchers of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science through five themes that represent dozens of research groups and over 120 faculty.

Eric Birchall is an Indigenous engineering student on a QUIP Internship

An Indigenous History Month reflection, finding a community at Queen’s Engineering

Eric Birchall is an Indigenous engineering student currently on a QUIP internship. He took the time during this National Indigenous History Month to reflect on his experiences at Queen’s and in the field.

Jason Olsthoorn standing before the lake

In the study of fluid transport and mixing, Jason Olsthoorn looks to model lakes and oceans

Jason Olsthoorn joined the Department of Civil Engineering this year with a research focus on fluid transport challenges which require modeling large scale bodies of water such as lakes and oceans in order to find answers.

Dani Zhao

A Pride Month reflection, finding a community at Queen’s Engineering

Dani Zhao, who recently completed their first year of study at Queen’s Engineering, reflects on their experience and the transition from high school to Queen’s.

Alec Glover

Young alumnus continues entrepreneurial spirit, this time in Indigenous community

Alec Glover founded and operated a web development company while at Queen's. Two years past graduation, he's returning to entrepreneurial life with a shared coworking space in the Chippewas of Rama community.

Driving Curiousity Forward: A Strategic Plan

Driving Curiosity Forward: the Queen's Engineering Strategic Plan

Covering three areas of impact, “Driving Curiosity Forward” redefines the mandate of this leading engineering school.

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