February 10, 2009 | By Engineering

Engineering Faculty Thinks and Acts Globally

February 9, 2009 By: Anjum Nayyar  In an age where companies employing engineers are multinational, engineers must be well-versed in the fundamentals of dealing with diverse business cultures. These days, they must also deal with adverse economic conditions and a very tight marketplace. “Many Canadian companies have international reach,” said Professor Cristina Amon, Dean of the Faculty… Read more »


February 9, 2009 | By Engineering

Three MIE Professors Receive CSME Awards

February 9, 2009 By: Carolyn Farrell, Director, Awards and Honours, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering Professor Chul Park, Professor Yu Sun, and Professor Emeritus Charles Ward, from the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, have been honoured by the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME) for their achievements in this field. Chul Park was awarded the Robert W…. Read more »


February 9, 2009 | By Engineering

Engineering’s New AAAS Fellows to be Honoured at Fellows Forum February 14

February 9, 2009 Professors Grant Allen (ChemE), Brendan Frey, (ECE), Christopher Yip(ChemE/IBBME) and Professor Emeritus Mary Jane Phillips (ChemE) have been elected Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the largest international organization dedicated to advancing science or its applications on a global basis. This singular honour recognizes their outstanding efforts in furthering the objectives of AAAS. The… Read more »


February 6, 2009 | By Engineering

New Courses Added at Mining School

February 6, 2009 CivE Professor Chris Kennedy will partner with Bac Tech Mining to offer a course at Northern College’s Haileybury School of Mines …  read more at Northern Times.


February 5, 2009 | By Engineering

Everyone’s Watching: A Pioneering ‘Cyborg’ Says Turning the Tables – and Cameras – on Big Brother is the Answer

February 2, 2009 In a world in which surveillance is pervasive, is it possible we could restore the balance of power and regain control of our lives by watching the watchers – and one another as well? ECE Professor Steve Mann is quoted …  Ottawa Citizen …Agonist


February 5, 2009 | By Engineering

New Way to Become a Volunteer

February 5, 2009 ECE alumnus Shamir Tanna (0T6 + PEY) is featured in this article that talks about his summer in Ghana through Engineers Without Borders … Toronto Star.