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Fall Preview 2017

Itinerary for Saturday, November 4th and Saturday, November 18th

Academic and Student Interest Fair (10:00 am - 2:00 pm)

Taking place both in the Atrium of Beamish‐Munro Hall and throughout the building, you will have an opportunity to talk to faculty and student representatives from all of our engineering departments. First year students just starting their Engineering education will also be present to meet with you and answer your questions.

 

Building Tours (10:00 am – 3:00 pm)

Beamish‐Munro Hall is ‘home‐base’ for first year engineering students. Built to support first‐year problem based learning initiatives, Beamish‐Munro Hall’s Integrated Learning Centre provides a multidisciplinary learning environment designed to complement the classroom experience, and enhance design, team and professional skills development. We are a ‘live’ building where the structure itself is monitored, and used as a lab. 

**Please come to the Tour Desk to ask for a tour. 

 

Presentation: Welcome and Introduction to the Engineering Program

(10:15 am, 11:30 am and 1:30 pm.) Presentations are generally 1 hour in length)

Taking place in Dupuis Auditorium and Dupuis RM 217, the Associate Dean (Academic) of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science will give an overview of the Queen’s Engineering Program.

 

Presentation: Engineering 101 – ‘I Didn’t Know Engineers Did That!’ TENTATIVE

10:15 am, 11:30 am and 1:30 pm. Presentations are generally 1 hour in length

Taking place in Walter Light Hall, RM 205, the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science will give a special talk about the many sides of Engineering.

 

Competitive Design Teams (11:00am – 2:00 pm)

The Integrated Learning Centre provides space for a variety of competitive teams. Representatives from many of our design teams will be scattered throughout Beamish‐Munro Hall to answer your questions.

 

Engineering Society (10:00 am – 3:00pm) Drop In

Located at the entrance to the Integrated Learning Centre, the Engineering Society of Queen's University is one of the oldest representative bodies for engineering students in Canada and continues to be a leader in student initiatives.