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Faculty of Engineering News
Dal IE Students Help Dexter Construction Battle Stormy Winter
Dal IE Students partner with Dexter Construction, Company Limited to improve snow plowing operations in Halifax
Toronto Alumni Social Gathering
Faculty of Engineering alumni are invited to join the Dean for a social gathering in Toronto on Sunday March 5th, 2017.
Michelin North America (Canada) Inc Recruitment Event
Michelin North America (Canada) Inc will be on Sexton campus on Thursday, February 16th, 2017 to recruit engineering students for full-time positions with their company.
Three Wheels Will Travel: Engineering Student's Custom Ride Up For National Award
Vote for the "eGo" in NSERC's video contest
Robotic Boat to Sail Across the Atlantic
An Engineering group at Dal builds an autonomous sailboat that will pilot itself from Nova Scotia to France.
Engineering in Dal News
Making time to help others
Engineering student Bai Bintou Kaira, originally from the Gambia, has made her mark in campus and community life, from serving as president of the Dalhousie African Student Association to mentoring youth with the Imhotep’s Legacy Academy.
Three wheels will travel: Dal student's custom ride up for national award
Teaming up with a Dal prof and a local entrepreneur, Mechanical Engineering student Cohen Poirier built a hybrid electric tricycle called the "eGo" that's now a finalist in NSERC's "Science, Action! Video" contest. (Watch his video and vote!)
Industrial Engineering students "RIISE" to the challenge
More than 400 Industrial Engineering students from across Canada are coming to campus this weekend for the 37th Canadian Student IISE Conference, a national competition and conference organized by Dal students.
Remembering tragedy, celebrating action: Dal marks December 6
December 6 is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, in memory of the 1989 École Polytechnique tragedy. The Dalhousie Women in Engineering Society hosted a candlelight vigil to recognize the anniversary and illuminate the struggle against gender-based violence.
Ready to lead in campus life
Engineering student Jack deGooyer, one of Dal's Schulich Leaders, believes in making the most of his Dalhousie experience.