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Young faculty receive provincial awards to build research teams
University of Waterloo | November 8, 2006
Fourteen young faculty members at the University of Waterloo have received Ontario's early researcher awards aimed at helping them build their research teams....[continue]

Students Earn and Learn in Unique Summer Job
Thompson Rivers University | July 28, 2006
This summer, eleven young men and women have had an unusual opportunity to participate in hands-on, real-world science projects - with pay....[continue]

Girl Guides Explore Science, Tech at U of G
University of Guelph | July 12, 2006
More than 200 Girl Guides and their camp leaders visited campus this week to explore science and technology and discover their hidden interests and aptitudes....[continue]

Western Engineers Join Environment Canada Tornado Investigations
University of Western Ontario | July 10, 2006
A team of engineers from The University of Western Ontario is joining forces with Environment Canada....[continue]

New Lab at Western Tackling Tainted Groundwater
University of Western Ontario | June 22, 2006
A new research facility at The University of Western Ontario will help researchers make groundwater safer through the use of technologies developed on the nanoscale - or one billionth of a metre in size....[continue]

Prize-winning month for Concordia University
Concordia University | June 21, 2006
Dozens of Concordia University professors were awarded research funding, research chairs and prizes in the month of June....[continue]

U of T students, alums dominate City Idol competition
University of Toronto | June 21, 2006
Trio will run as candidates for city council...[continue]

New Dean of Engineering appointed at University of Ottawa
University of Ottawa | June 1, 2006
A respected engineer and academic is the new Dean of Engineering at the University of Ottawa....[continue]

Student Wins National Engineering Memorial Scholarship
University of Guelph | April 27, 2006
A University of Guelph student is one of eight women across the country to receive a 2006 Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation (CEMF) Scholarship....[continue]

Reaching the summit: three Schulich professors take home hardware at the 2006 APEGGA Summit Awards
University of Calgary | April 24, 2006
The 2006 APEGGA Summit Awards, held Friday April 21st in Edmonton, were attended by over 1100 engineering professionals, educators researchers, and guests....[continue]

Engineer to Lead Studies for Safe Drinking Water
University of Guelph | April 11, 2006
A University of Guelph environmental engineer is heading a million-dollar, cross-country research project on emerging technology intended to protect water resources and ensure safe drinking water for people in Canada and abroad....[continue]

Pancakes, Art Supplies Top Winners At Student Competition
University of Guelph | April 4, 2006
Nutritious soy pancakes and biodegradable art supplies were among the top winners at the 10th Anniversary of Project SOY (Soybean Opportunities for Youth) and the third annual Guelph Creative Recycling Initiative (GCRI) finale....[continue]

Engineering researchers lead the way in the latest round of ACOA funding
Memorial University of Newfoundland | April 4, 2006
Four of the five projects announced on March 31 under the Atlantic Innovation Fund (AIF) involve researchers from the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University....[continue]

UNBC Aims for Enrolment Growth in 2006-07 Budget
University of Northern British Columbia | April 1, 2006
New initiatives aimed at increasing the student population at the University of Northern British Columbia have been the top priority in establishing UNBCís 2006-07 budget, which was approved by the UNBC Board of Governors today....[continue]

Engineering Students Place Second at National Competition
University of Northern British Columbia | March 21, 2006
UNBC has earned a silver medal during its first-ever performance at the Canadian Engineering Competition....[continue]

The Green Mile: Students to benefit from consolidated environmental engineering courses
University of Calgary | March 15, 2006
It has been a long road and it took some timeóten years in factóbut courses offered for the Schulich Environmental Engineering Post-Graduate Specialization have now been consolidated as ENEN 6xx....[continue]

Seventeenth Annual Graduate Student Conference
Lakehead University | March 8, 2006
The Faculty of Graduate Studies presents the Seventeenth Annual Graduate Student Conference from March 13 to 14....[continue]

Students Create Design Solutions and Flora MacDonald Speaks at International Women's Day Lecture
University of Western Ontario | March 6, 2006
The City of London has asked Western Engineering students to develop creative solutions for two design projects in London - Sarnia Road CPR Overpass and Vauxhall Pollution Control Plant....[continue]

Environmental Engineering Gets Top Marks
University of Guelph | December 22, 2005
The University of Guelphís environmental engineering program is a leader in North America, according to an Australian survey....[continue]

Memorialís Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science gets top rating
Memorial University of Newfoundland | December 8, 2005
All five programs in the Faculty of Engineering at Memorial University were granted a full six-year accreditation, the maximum accreditation period possible for engineering degree programs in Canada, after a review by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB)....[continue]

UNBC Names New President
University of Northern British Columbia | December 1, 2005
An outstanding university administrator with roots in British Columbia and extensive experience in the North will be the University of Northern British Columbiaís next President....[continue]

Sony donates to the Prince Takamado Japan Canada Memorial Fund
University of Alberta | November 28, 2005
Sony of Canada Ltd., Canada's leading electronic and computer products solutions provider for consumers and business, today announced that its parent, Sony Corporation, is the first donor to the Prince Takamado Japan Canada Memorial Fund, which is held at the University of Alberta....[continue]

Of Interest
University of Western Ontario | November 15, 2005
The Undergraduate Engineering Society at Western and Engineers Without Borders are encouraging students, faculty and staff to bring their pocket change to UC Hill at 2:30 p.m. today and watch a 200 pound pumpkin fall from the sky....[continue]

Association celebrates alumniís crowning achievements
University of Regina | November 10, 2005
Joe Piwowar, an associate professor of geography involved in climate change research, has been awarded the University of Reginaís seventh Canada Research Chair....[continue]

40 and counting: Schulich School of Engineering celebrates anniversary
University of Calgary | September 26, 2005
On Friday September 23, the Schulich School of Engineering at the University of Calgary celebrated its 40th anniversary....[continue]

What's left in the path of Katrina holds valuable information
University of Western Ontario | September 19, 2005
The structural damage left in the path of Katrina holds valuable information and Greg Kopp wants to help capture it before the rebuilding begins...[continue]

McGill experts offer insight on Katrina aftermath
McGill University | September 7, 2005
Professors available for comment on the implications of Hurricane Katrina....[continue]



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