Mathletes Rose To The Challenge In The 2017 Mathletics

Youth are the future of the engineering and engineering technology professions. This noble vision drives the PEO Grand River Chapter to organize the Mathletics competition to promote the importance of mathematics and engineering among elementary school students. Students from the Kitchener-Waterloo region and surrounding areas compete in test of mathematics skills. Questions were focused on

UofT Engineering is Gamifying Social Innovation

In October, the University of Toronto's (UFT) Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering (ILead) posed a difficult question to 28 students. "How do I work with myself and others using effective tools and frameworks to create meaningful change?" Changing the world can seem like a daunting task but students were instructed to form groups they felt

Engineering Energy Highlight: Hydro-Electric Power

Prior to the discovery of the TRAPPIST-1 sytem, water on the surface of any planet other than our own was unknown. This phenomena is an extremely rare occurrence as we have yet to confirm which of the planets do have water on their surfaces. Water does so many things for our planet from sustaining life, to

Carleton University’s Professor Abd El Halim is Shortening Construction Season

There's a funny joke you usually hear about the weather in Canada, "There's only two seasons, Winter and construction." As telling as the wisecrack can be, manoeuvring through traffic just to get to class or work everyday is more of a headache than a joke. The average Canadian spends at least 30 minutes a day

NEM 2017: Week 4 Recap

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