Engineers Canada, in collaboration with the provincial and territorial engineering regulators, has developed a series of online activities for children and youth of different age groups that aim to
spark their interest in engineering. For more information about National Engineering and Geoscience Month (NEGM), visit the Explore Engineering website
. Be sure to also visit the Association's event listings
to learn more about our Centennial Colouring Contest, how to earn a Girl Power T-shirt, and other NEGM events offered in March.
Can you think of a Canadian citizen who is designing a better world? The University of British Columbia's School of Architecture + Landscape Architecture has opened nominations for the Margolese National Design for Living Prize
and is seeking candidates who are making a profound and positive impact on the built environment. Visit the Margolese National Design for Living Prize website
for more information.
Have you seen our newest videos?
Watch what Counsellor Linda Murphy, P.Geo., shared about her career in geoscience here
The Future City Experience challenges students in grades 6, 7, and 8 across Canada to use the engineering design process to research, design, and build a model of a city 100 years into the future. Students in this
year's challenge are to design a lunar city and provide examples of how the city uses two moon resources to keep its residents safe and healthy. Volunteers are
needed to serve as a mentor to participants as they work through their build. For full information about this opportunity, see the call for volunteers
As part of a project investigating sustainable engineering practices and mindsets, researchers at the University of Prince Edward Island are seeking to interview professional engineers regarding their perceptions and professional activities concerning sustainability.
The goal of this research is twofold. First, to inform public policy and engineering practice regarding current sustainability practices. Second, to develop new methods and processes for supporting sustainable engineering practices via an interdisciplinary approach.
Participation is not limited to engineers whose practise relates directly to sustainability, all professional engineers are welcome. If you are interested in participating,
please see the call for participants
for full details. Further questions about the project should be directed to
principal investigators Dr. Grant McSorley
or Dr. Amy Hsiao
Council invites all members to participate in open online engagement sessions discussing potential by-law changes for 2021. For more information and to register,
see the event listing
As part of our member engagement, the Association is conducting a focus group through a third party, Probe Research. Members may be contacted by Probe Research to be a part of the focus group.
Join this online engagement session for the opportunity to share your expertise and input on the development and delivery of training to enable our practitioners to incorporate climate change resilience into their practice.
For more information and to register, see the event listing
Looking for more online training opportunities? Click here to access a full listing of training delivered online.
This webinar provides a guide for how every organization can increase employee engagement and become a great place to work.
Attendees will learn the answers to two fundamental questions: "How does your organization's culture impact how much people like where they work?" and "What can leaders do to make it better?". Visit the Achieve Centre for Leadership website
to register for this free webinar.