Read messages from the engineering community welcoming the Class of 2023
Congratulations on achieving one of the biggest milestones of your life, and I wish you all the best in the future!
Dr. Robert Bauer, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
To all our civil, environmental and mineral resource engineering graduates – it’s been a challenging year but one that you have successfully met. Please know that this accomplishment is maybe even more significant than normal and I happy to have played a small part in it. All the best as you move onto your next challenge. Be sure to come back and say hello (in person).
Dr. Craig Lake, Dept. of Civil & Resource Engineering
Warmest congratulations on your graduation – the field of engineering awaits your contributions and insights. I’m sure this marks the beginning of many proud and successful moments for you.
Denise Pothier, BEng ‘93
Congratulations Class of 2023! Wishing you joy and success on each journey and path you take. Stay on a mission of continuous improvement and constant learning with these key questions: "What is the bigger picture? How do our actions define and affect it?"
Now go out there and make a difference!
Sina Raeisi (MEng '16)
Congratulations on your profound achievement. May your future adventures make excellent use of your engineering skills and knowledge and prove to be highly rewarding.
Dr. Wendy Gentleman, Dept. of Engineering Math & Internetworking
Congratulations for all graduates in the Faculty of Engineering, especially our Mechanical Engineering students. We are extremely proud of you and wish you all the best in the future.
Kate Hide, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Celebrate today! Your academic journey has probably felt long at times. You have experienced setbacks and failures, but also advancements and accomplishments. You are stronger because of your willingness to seek knowledge and to learn from others. The fact that you are graduating today is a testimony to your perseverance and determination.
Sarah Devereaux (BEng’93)
Congratulations to the class of 2023. It was an year full of false starts and pivots but you prevailed! Wishing you all the best!
Dr. Peter T. Vanberkel, Dept. of Industrial Engineering
Wishing you all success and happiness in all of your works and ways.
Dr. Darrel A. Doman, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering