Purple Sky at Night, Engineer’s Delight

Roses are red, Engineers are purple... did you know that engineering has a colour? If you live in Toronto, look way up this Thursday night at dusk to see the CN Tower illuminated purple! “Purple Power” is an annual event, hosted by the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE), where the CN Tower will be

Tower of Purple

On March 26th, the CN Tower was lit purple to celebrate National Engineering Month! The lighting was orchestrated through a Rube Goldberg machine organized by the Engineering Student Societies’ Council of Ontario (ESSCO) with many universities taking part. Orchard Park High School. #MacEng #NEM @ESSCO @mostly_harmIess @macengsociety pic.twitter.com/8VHRCfk1Vs— Liam M (@intheCabbage) March 5, 2014 Final setup

The Faces of NEM: Radwa Rawoof

During National Engineering Month, hundreds of engineering professionals are volunteering their time to engage their communities. All throughout March we will be profiling them to find out how they are making a world of difference. Water for the World, run yearly during National Engineering Month by the Toronto Professional Chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB), is an interactive workshop that

[Guest Post] Engineers in high demand in Toronto Region

According to a study released in advance of National Engineering Month, engineers, technicians and technologists in the Toronto region are in high demand and short supply. In mechanical engineering, for example, 981 new jobs exist but only 457 qualified graduates to fill them.

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