Change The World with OSPE

The Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) is a proud collaborator and founding partner of NEM Ontario. As the advocacy body for the engineering profession, part of OSPE’s role is to ensure the contributions of engineers don’t go unnoticed. That’s why they recently launched the Change the World campaign, highlighting the stories of four Professional

NEM celebrates International Women’s Day

Today is International Women's Day! National Engineering Month would like to celebrate the accomplishments of women around the world! Since this blog is particularly focused on engineering in Canada, we are proud to dedicate this post to all the extraordinary women in engineering working for the good of society every day. There is a place for

5 films about engineering achievement

In honour of the 90th Academy Awards being presented on Sunday, National Engineering Month presents to you a list of great engineering films! Hidden Figures (2016) - [trailer] We're going to start off our list with a very recent movie which was an instant classic! Hidden Figures is based on the true story of black female

Olympian efforts in engineering

As the Winter Olympics come to a close, National Engineering Month 2018 wants to keep the spirit alive with 5 cutting edge engineering innovations that push humans to the limit of what is humanly possible. Bobsleigh The winners of the bobsleigh event are determined by one-hundredths of a second, so every tiny advantage you can gain

The Fight AGAINST Diversity

A quick google search of "anti-diversity" will take you to some pretty dark parts of the internet that we recommend avoiding unless you're looking to lose some faith in humanity. To say the least, the subject is very controversial and usually centres around tokenism and the falsely based argument that we must trade of competence for

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