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News Notice
September 8, 2022
Mentor/Protegee Orientation - 2022/2023 Women in Engineering and Geoscience Mentorship Program - September 16, 2022
Learn more about the Women in Engineering and Geoscience Mentorship Program at this orientation session for mentors (professional engineers and professional geoscientists) and protegees (interns) who are interested in joining the 2022/2023 program. This orientation session is offered in a hybrid format. In-person attendees will be welcomed to the Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba office at 870 Pembina Hwy, where lunch will be provided. Those unable to join in-person are invited to participate online via Zoom. For a detailed description of this opportunity and to register, please visit the event listing.

Ingenium 2022 Conference - Registration Opening Soon! - October 25-28, 2022
This year's Ingenium conference, October 25-28, 2022, is bringing you more content, interaction, flexibility, and most importantly - registration is opening soon! Visit the Ingenium website to see this year's session descriptions and speaker biographies.

Doug Ruth Student Lounge Plaque Unveiling - September 23, 2022
On Friday, September 23, at 2:00 p.m., the Price Faculty of Engineering will be hosting Engineering Homecoming 2022 in the Engineering Information and Technology Centre (EITC). As part of the event, the Engineering and Geoscience Education Foundation (EGEF) will participate in the unveiling of a plaque in the student lounge. The plaque commemorates Dr. Doug Ruth's dedication to students and engineering. EGEF donated $50K to the Price Faculty of Engineering Strategic Initiatives Fund, with naming rights to Room E2-294, which will be renamed the Doug Ruth Student Lounge for 15 years. For more information surrounding the event and to register, please see the full event listing.

Professional Development Opportunities
Building Adaptation Skills for Engineers Webinar - September 15, 2022
The Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE) Program led by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), is launching a fall webinars series focused on sharing experiences on how to build climate change adaptation skills. This session will include presentations on Building Climate Resilience and Collaboration in Manitoba, The Infrastructure Resilience Professional Credential, and Trying to 'Adapt' Engineers to use Climate Adaptation Knowledge on Critical Infrastructure. For a detailed description of this event and to register, please visit the event listing.

Looking for online training opportunities? Click here to access a full listing of training delivered online.