News and Events

Humans evolved to walk with an extra spring in our step

Posted on May 31, 2023

Queen’s Engineering researchers have discovered it is the recoil of the human foot’s arch, not the spring-like arch itself, that helps lift the body into its next step

Stephanie Wright brings interdisciplinary focus to groundwater research

Posted on May 30, 2023

Wright is interested in protecting drinking water supplies for remote and Indigenous communities, and ensuring the right to clean drinking water

Mathematics and Engineering intern analyzes data, hones soft skills

Posted on May 25, 2023

Fourth-year student Alex Mattison recently completed an internship in the faculty’s Corporate Relations unit as Data Intern.

First-year engineering students prototype a robotic arm

Posted on May 23, 2023

Antoine Chevalier, Jacob Chisholm, David Lafleur, and Christian Vandermeer utilized their personal experiences gained prior to enrolling at Queen’s to meet a course-based challenge proposed to all first-year students.

Élise Devoie is a Canadian Institute for Advanced Research Azrieli Global Scholar

Posted on May 23, 2023

An expert in permafrost loss and its impact on ecosystems and Indigenous communities, Devoie is among 16 early career researchers worldwide named to the 2023-2025 program.

Industry recruiters schedule fall campus visits

Posted on May 17, 2023

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is inviting more industry recruiters to campus this year as our Corporate Relations team and faculty units engage with industry partners.

Fourth-year course draws students from multiple disciplines to solve an industry client challenge

Posted on May 09, 2023

Students of APSC 480: Multidisciplinary Design Project worked with MEDATech to develop a thermal management system for a 100% battery-electric on-road tractor trailer

Baja SAE Design Team preps for international racing competitions this summer

Posted on May 05, 2023

The team spent the academic year preparing for races this summer in Wisconsin and Oregon. Founded in the 1970s, it has consistently finished in the top twenty at international races.

Ali Etemad joins extended team of researchers to share $105.7 million in funding

Posted on Apr 28, 2023

Etemad joins five researchers on the multi-faculty extended team of Queen’s share in the Connected Minds program.

Engineering Chemistry student finds teamwork, collaboration skills notably valuable on internship

Posted on Apr 25, 2023

Elio Dicorato, a third-year Engineering Chemistry student, is interning at ACCIONA, a global sustainable infrastructure company in Toronto.

Queen’s Biomedical Innovation Team experience inspired and complemented career interests for graduating students

Posted on Apr 21, 2023

Fourth-year Biomedical Engineering students Julia Funk and Daniel Kurtz are co-captions of the team, an extra-curricular which has directly supported their career interests.

AI takes the spotlight as Queen’s students lead successful national conference

Posted on Apr 19, 2023

The Canadian Undergraduate Conference on Artificial Intelligence, hosted by Queen’s QMIND team, brought delegates and sponsors passionate about AI from across Canada. It is the only undergraduate-exclusive conference of its kind.

Inaugural Competency-Based Assessment Symposium to push the boundaries of education innovation

Posted on Apr 13, 2023

Keynote speaker Sean Maw will launch a series of educational and networking activities focusing on an innovative approach to teaching and evaluations

To rescue people and save time, Melissa Greeff wants to make aerial drones smarter

Posted on Apr 11, 2023

Greeff researches planning and control algorithms and vision-based navigation for aerial robots

Kerry Rowe awarded NSERC Donna Strickland Prize for Societal Impact

Posted on Nov 14, 2022

Kerry Rowe, Professor of Civil Engineering and Canada Research Chair in Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, is awarded the inaugural NSERC Donna Strickland Prize for Societal Impact, which recognizes outstanding research that has led to exceptional benefits for Canadian society, the environment, and the economy.

Wellness Week is coming!

Posted on Nov 04, 2022

A full week of activities is planned for Queen's Engineering students to support wellness and raise awareness of the many kinds of support offered by the Faculty's wellness team.

Queen’s Engineering Research Networking Day 2022

Posted on Nov 02, 2022

The Queen’s Engineering Research Networking Day reunited faculty members and external organizations for the first time since the COVID pandemic began for a day of knowledge-sharing and networking.

From curiosity to a career plan: how an internship supported Aine NurAizza Nuruddin’s academic journey

Posted on Nov 01, 2022

Aine NurAizza Nuruddin, a fourth-year Electrical Engineering student, recently completed a 16-month internship at Hydro One. In her own words, she reflects here on her experiences before, during, and after her internship and how they influenced her newfound career path.

Student societies and clubs conserve old traditions, forge new ones to support important causes

Posted on Oct 24, 2022

Many Queen’s students find ways to give back to the Kingston community, often through work with various student societies and clubs around campus. Each year, student clubs continue traditions of fundraising and service for local causes or find new ways to make a difference.

Statement about Protests in Iran

Posted on Oct 05, 2022

A statement from Dean Kevin Deluzio regarding recent events in Iran.