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Faculty of Engineering News
Dr. Ted Hubbard Awarded Wighton Fellowship in Engineering Education
The Wighton Fellowship, one of the most prestigious awards in engineering education, has been granted to Dr. Ted Hubbard of Dalhousie's Department of Mechanical Engineering
Spring Convocation: Class of 2018
Convocation date and times for Faculty of Engineering Spring 2018 graduands.
Dr. Mae Seto Appointed to Irving Shipbuilding Research Chair in Marine Engineering and Autonomous Systems
Dalhousie Coast to Coast Tour: Western Canada
Dean of Engineering Dr. Joshua Leon meets with alumni across Canada as part of Dalhousie's bicentennial Coast-to-Coast tour.
2018 Dalhousie Engineering Capstone Conference Poster Winners
The Dalhousie Engineering Capstone Conference website is highlighting the winning projects from the 2018 DECC.
Engineering in Dal News
Grad profile: Keeping the end goal in mind
For Mechanical Engineering student Stephen Robinson-Enebeli, the Dalhousie experience is about much more than what happens in the classroom, and includes co-op terms with tech startups and community work with organizations like Pathways Spryfield.
Grad profile: Engineering connections
Graduating MEng Internetworking students Olayinka Oluwole and Arun Kumar share how working at the Sexton Design and Technology Library enhanced their student experience at Dal.
New Irving Shipbuilding Research Chair at Dalhousie creates foundation for leadership in marine engineering
Mae Seto, an associate professor in Dalhousie’s Faculty of Engineering, has been appointed the Irving Shipbuilding Chair in Marine Engineering and Autonomous Systems — a new chair focused on fostering Canadian talent and leadership in marine engineering.
Into orbit: Dal students and profs to build satellite for space mission
Dal faculty and students will make up one of 15 teams chosen to launch and operate a satellite as part of the Canadian Space Agency’s national CubeSat project.
Engineering students showcase solutions for industry partners
Hundreds of final-year Engineering students have spent the past eight months putting their design skills to the test for local industry. This week, they showcased the results as part of the Dalhousie Engineering Capstone Conference.