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NEM 2022 Interview Series – Centennial College

NEM 2022 Interview Series – Centennial College

As National Engineering Month continues, we are connecting with leaders in Ontario’s engineering community to talk about the future of engineering. This week I met with Patrick Kelly, who is the Dean, School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science at Centennial College. What follows is a Q&A about the different programs and opportunities available to students who choose to study at Centennial College. 

Série d’entrevues du Mois national du génie 2022 – Postes Canada

Série d’entrevues du Mois national du génie 2022 – Postes Canada

À l’approche des événements du Mois national du génie de l’Ontario (site en anglais seulement), nous rencontrons des leaders de la communauté du génie de l’Ontario pour discuter de l’avenir du domaine. Cette semaine, j’ai rencontré Ian Kerr, vice-président, Transformation des opérations à Postes Canada. Voici les questions que je lui ai posées, ainsi que ses réponses, sur la façon dont la pandémie a entraîné une croissance rapide du secteur de la livraison de colis au Canada et sur les technologies qui ont appuyé cet essor. 

NEM 2022 Interview Series – Canada Post

NEM 2022 Interview Series – Canada Post

Leading up to National Engineering Month Ontario events, we are connecting with leaders in Ontario’s engineering community to talk about the future of engineering. This week I met with Ian Kerr, who is the Vice President, Operations Transformation at Canada Post. What follows is a Q&A about how the pandemic has led to a rapid growth of the parcel delivery business in Canada and the technology behind it. 

NEM 2022 Interview Series – University of Ottawa

NEM 2022 Interview Series –  University of Ottawa

This week I met with Joseph Wabegij, Coordinator of the University of Ottawa’s Centre for Indigenous Community Infrastructure (CICI). The CICI is a new collaborative research hub within the Faculty of Engineering that lends its focus to the challenges faced by Indigenous communities in Canada. What follows is a Q&A-style conversation about this exciting new initiative.