Outreach Programs Do Make A Difference

Guest post, written by Mary A. Wells, PhD, P.Eng. Associate Dean Outreach, Faculty of Engineering University of Waterloo Chair of the Ontario Network of Women in Engineering (ONWiE) As we come to the end of our 2016 National Engineering Month’s (NEM) Campaign, I am reflecting on the importance of activities that expose youth and the

WEMADEIT

We are excited to support our partners-in-crime by introducing you to WEMADEIT! It’s a website, a brand, and an online resource dedicated to teaching kids (especially girls) all about engineering. WEMADEIT, along with an amazing team of engineers and educators, have created a series of hands-on, inquiry-based and super fun lessons for you to use in

By | March 16th, 2015|Categories: Blog, Guest Post, Links, Top Youth Posts, Youth Blog|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Going CODE Girl: Interview with Karen Chan, P.Eng

Innovator of the Week: Karen Chan Written by Zoey Gould, B.ASc. As a virtual contribution to National Engineering Month (NEM) in Ontario, we will be profiling an Engineer or Engineering Technologist each week until the end of March. We’ll be focusing on highlighting diversity in the careers and individuals interviewed across Canada. Stay tuned for interviews

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