About the Faculty of Engineering
Students of the Faculty of Engineering benefit from professors who mentor and guide them through practical, real-world design projects. Learn more about the Faculty of Engineering.
Faculty and Research
Leaders in their fields, our professors engage and challenge students to develop creative solutions to local, national, and international problems. Learn more about our faculty and their research specializations.
- 8th Annual Engineering Alumni and Friends Golf Tournament, September 14, 2016
- Introduction to Brewing course, Saturday, July 9, 2016
- Designing Productivity Conference, June 23, 2016
- Canadian Engineering Education Association Annual Conference, June 19‑22, 2016
- Great Women of STEM, An exhibit of paintings, June 3‑25, 2016
- Dalhousie Industrial Engineering Students take part in the J.D. Irving, Limited Direct Exchange Case Competition
- Nova Scotia Product Design and Development Centre's, iDLab, brings Halifax photographer's vision for 'pro photo booth' to life!
- Industrial Engineering alum wins the Vital Cape Breton Excellence Award
- Biomedical Engineering Masters student wins Mitacs award for innovative ultrasound technolgy
Engineering News from Dal News
Remembering one of Dal’s engineering greats
Industrial engineer Eldon Gunn’s impact is still felt at Dal and beyond, particularly in a new scholarship named in his honour.
A new era of innovation — built on an "IDEA"
On Friday, September 30, Dalhousie officially announced the $64-million IDEA project: an extensive transformation of its downtown campus made possible by partnerships between donors, students, industry and the Government of Canada, which is contributing $32 million through its Strategic Infrastructure Fund.
The IDEA project: How it will transform Sexton Campus
Construction is set to get underway on Dal’s long-awaited IDEA Project, a $64-million revitalization of Sexton Campus supported by donors, industry and the Government of Canada. Learn more about how new construction and significant campus renovations are set to catalyze a new era of education, research and community impact in downtown Halifax.