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Faculty of Engineering News
Faculty of Engineering Expands Along With Sexton Campus
The Faculty of Engineering welcomed new faculty members as the IDEA Project expands our research facilities.
Dalhousie Women in Engineering Society Held December 6th, 2018 Memorial
On December 6th, 2018, a memorial service was arranged by the Dalhousie Women in Engineering Society for the victims of the École Polytechnique massacre.
In Memoriam: Dr. W. Morven Gentleman
Dr. W. Morven Gentleman of the Dalhousie Computer Science Department has passed away.
Dalhousie Electrical Engineering Professor Receives International Electrotechnical Commission's 1906 Award
Dr. Mohamed El-Hawary received the International Electrotechnical Commission's 1906 Award for his work developing the PT 626000-30 and MT 62600-1 standards.
National Day of Remembrance & Action on Violence Against Women
A memorial will be held to commemorate the victims of the December 6, 1989 École Polytechnique massacre.
Engineering in Dal News
Remembrance and action: Dec. 6 memorials target violence against women
Members of the Dal community and other local organizations join people across Canada this week marking the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.
Students support more stable wheelchairs
Dalhousie Engineering students, in collaboration with colleagues in the Faculty of Medicine, are working on improving rear anti-tipping devices for manual wheelchairs.
Running the (lab) table: Dal researchers win big at 16th annual Discovery Awards
Dal researchers were named winners in all four major categories at the 2018 Discovery Awards, Atlantic Canada's most prestigious science recognition event.
Four Dal scholars become the newest Canada Research Chairs
Get to know Dal's new Canada Research Chairs: Zoe Finkel (Marine Microbial Macroecology), David Kelvin (Translational Vaccinology and Inflammation) and Catherine Mah (Promoting Healthy Populations) and Sandra Meier (Developmental Psychopathology and Youth Mental Health).
The big "IDEA": Dal's transformed downtown campus unveiled
Government leaders, donors, the Dal community and others gathered together Wednesday morning to celebrate the grand opening of Dal's IDEA Project: a $64-million transformation of the university's downtown campus that's sparking a new era in engineering, architecture and planning education.