Ryerson Professor Bridges Gap between Education and Industry

Written by Zoey Gould, B.ASc. “I never give answers. Our role is to ask them questions—to give the toughest, most relevant, killer questions. It’s the students who have to find the answer, they chose the path” –Dr. Rafik Loutfy Photo by: Jamie Hogge After working for Xerox for over 30 years, Ryerson University Professor, Dr.

Get Volunteering!

Manulife is a proud sponsor of NEM and wants to help you get volunteering! Manulife has been a proud sponsor of NEM for several years. Manulife and Engineers Canada have also enjoyed a long-standing partnership. Together, they are committed to providing life and health insurance solutions that best meet the needs of Canada’s engineering professionals.

3rd Year Engineering Student Becomes Her Own Boss

INNOVATOR OF THE WEEK: Diana Ospina Written by Zoey Gould, B.ASc. “I had no idea that I would be starting my own business before graduating,” says Diana Ospina, currently in her third year of Ryerson University’s electrical engineering program. She founded a start-up company, Grid Resources, along with a colleague at the university. Grid Resources

Power Quality with Toronto Hydro

Diagnosing Power Quality Problems, One Customer at a Time Whether you’re in the middle of cooking dinner, halfway through a load of laundry, or just getting home from work, there is never a convenient time for a power outage. Some outages can be momentary, others can cause the lights to flicker, and occasionally outages can

The Canadian Society of Civil Engineers: Part 2

Canadian Society of Civil Engineers (CSCE) Representing the original engineering profession, history is a very important part of the CSCE's evolution.   Its National History Committee has an active program celebrating Canada’s rich Civil Engineering History and Heritage. Below we have gathered just a few examples of Canadian engineering works in Ontario from the end

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