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Faculty of Engineering News
Three Engineering PhD Students Among 2020‑2021 Winners of the Vanier Scholarship
Four Dalhousie students were among this year’s winners of the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship, selected based on the potential impact of their research, academic excellence and leadership abilities.
Dean John Newhook Receives Canadian Academy of Engineering Fellowship
The Faculty of Engineering Dean, John Newhook has been announced as a recipient of a fellowship from the Canadian Academy of Engineering.
Belong Speaker Series: Breaking Barriers
Grad Profile: Designing Systems with Diversity and Empathy
Annika Benson (BEng’21) is an electrical engineering graduate and is entering the very role that’s the reason she chose to pursue a degree in electrical engineering.
Industrial Engineering Annual Awards Ceremony
On June 11, the Department of Industrial Engineering held their annual awards ceremony for our graduating students.
Engineering in Dal News
Dal start‑up helps make global shipping industry green, one coat of paint at a time
Marciel Gaier, co-founder and CTO of Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT), is one of five winners of this year’s Mitacs Entrepreneur Award — a prestigious award recognizing individuals for their efforts in turning research into an innovative business that impacts the lives of Canadians.
Grad profile: Reflecting on the past and thinking of the quantum future
Graduating Schulich Leader Jack deGooyer graduates from Dal's Faculty of Engineering with a specialty in electrical engineering and a range of career-building experiences, including a co-op term with electric vehicle maker Tesla that has transitioned into an internship.
Mitacs internship puts Dal grad student to work for start‑up making waves in maritime innovation
Nova Scotia-based Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT) is providing opportunities for Dalhousie graduate students such as Ryan Ingham to put their research experience into practice through Mitacs internships.
Space academy prepares for lift off this summer at Dal
A two-week program launching on Dalhousie’s Sexton Campus this summer will provide high-school students from across Atlantic Canada with hands-on experience in the space-science field.
Water world: Meet one of the Dal experts making international waves in clean‑water research and outreach
Dal ranked among the top 20 universities in the world and third in Canada in the 2021 Time Higher Education Impact Rankings for its research, outreach and stewardship in the 'Clean Water and Sanitation' category. Learn more about Rob Jamieson, one of the university's leading researchers in the area.