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Faculty of Engineering News
11th Annual Dal Engineering Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament
The Annual Dalhousie Engineering Alumni & Friends Golf Tournament will be held Wednesday, September 18 at the Glen Arbour Golf Course in Hammonds Plains
Lab‑on‑a‑chip technologies advance Dal's reputation as a leader in marine research
With his lab-on-a-chip, Dr. Vince Sieben, the Sexton Chair in Ocean Sensing in the Dalhousie Faculty of Engineering, is advancing Dalhousie's reputation as a marine research leader.
Grad Profile: Sailing Into The Future
After some time away to compete in the 2016 Olympics, industrial engineering student Jacob Chaplin-Saunders has returned to Dalhousie and completed his degree.
Grad Profile: Making His Move
At the age of 47, Gerald Petrash decided to change the direction of his career. Now, at the end of his six-year journey as an engineering student, he looks towards a future chockablock with possibliities.
Grad Profile: Girl on Fire
2019 Chemical Engineering graduate Cathleen Lupien will embark on an International Master of Science in Fire Safety Engineering with three different partner schools in Belgium, Edinburgh, and Sweden.
Engineering in Dal News
Engineering a different future
When Mohammed Alqassab enrolled at Dal to become engineer after a decade working back home in Saudi Arabia, preparatory courses in math and English gave him the confidence he needed to get started. This spring, he graduated as a Sexton Scholar with his wife and three children there to cheer him on.
Protecting our coasts and waterways from the impacts of potential oil spills
Two Dal faculty members in Agriculture and Engineering are investigating strategies to better separate oil from water and examine the risk of spills in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago thanks to new federal funding.
Grad Profile: Finding family in the library
Adjusting to a new place was a bit of a challenge for Industrial Engineering student Sarah Abdoon when she transferred to Dalhousie University in 2016, but she soon found connections through her employment with the Dalhousie Libraries.
Grad Profile: Sailing into the future
Jacob Chaplin-Saunders put his engineering studies on hold to compete with his brother in the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, an experience he says left him better prepared to excel when he returned to Dal to complete his degree.
Grad Profile: Making his move
Gerald Petrash was in his late forties and living with his family in Japan when he found himself questioning the direction of his life-long career path and taking a deeper interest in science and engineering. Now, he's graduating with an Engineering degree and three co-op work terms under his belt.