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

What a Zombie Apocalypse Taught Me About Engineering

Zombies are the not the first things that come to mind when you think about engineering and technology, but across Ontario an engineering challenge called Zombie Apocalypse has already changed over 400 teachers to think about engineering in a new way for their students. Zombie Apocalypse combines teamwork, ingenuity and design into a challenge that has

A Message from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

The organizers of National Engineering Month at Conestoga College received a letter for the Prime Minister! Congratulations to the engineering students of Conestoga for the shout out from the Highest Office in the country. It reads: It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the celebration for Conestoga National Engineering Month. Conestoga is

Garrett Young – Fire Protection Engineering Technology Student

To introduce the engineering and technology professions, we are profiling people who found have meaningful connections to their work, last week we profiled Joseph Konney, P.Eng  and James Lambert, C.E.T. Garrett Young is a Student in Fire Protection Engineering Technology program at Seneca College, and volunteer for the Seneca Fire Protection Student Association during National Engineering Month. Today

Seneca Fire Protection Student Association: Reflection

For this year’s National Engineering Month, the Seneca Fire Protection Student Association hosted two back-to-back events. Cathie Ross – President of the Seneca Fire Protection Student Association, giving opening remarks The first event was a career fair, in which representatives from Fire Protection Engineering organizations throughout Ontario came to Seneca College, Newnham Campus. This was an excellent

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