Richard G. Zytner has been recognized as a Fellow of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineering.

School of Engineering Professor Honoured

Congratulations to Richard G. Zytner, Professor in University of Guelph’s School of Engineering, who has been recognized as a Fellow of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineering (CSCE).

Fellows of the CSCE have attained civil engineering excellence. They are elected by the CSCE Board of Directors.

“Prof. Zytner’s election as a Fellow of the CSCE reflects the considerable contributions that he has made to civil engineering,” says Prof. Mary Wells, Dean, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Guelph.

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CEPS Dean inducted into the Canadian Academy of Engineering

Dr. Mary Wells, Professor in the School of Engineering and Dean of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Guelph, is among the 57 new Fellows who were inducted into the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) on June 18, 2018.

CAE Fellows are nominated and elected by their peers, based on their distinguished achievements and career-long contributions to the engineering profession. They are often sought-after to provide strategic advice on matters of critical importance to Canada.

Dr. Hugues Arcis

CEPS Research Associate Wins Early-Career Scientist Awards

Research Associate in Dr. Peter Tremaine's lab, Dr. Hugues Arcis, has been awarded with two international early-career scientist awards: the Stig Sunner Memorial Award and the International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam (IAPWS) Helmholtz Award.

U of G Engineering Students Win Safe Design Award

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Safety Awards Honour Innovative Student Engineering Designs
Promoter of workplace health and safety instills mindset via post-secondary classrooms

TORONTO, ON – Minerva Canada Safety Management Education Inc. congratulates the winners of its 2018 James Ham Safe Design Award Competition. The annual award challenges Canadian university engineering students and college students in technology programs to make an original contribution toward integrating safety into engineering design.

Provincial Government Invests in CEPS Research

Emily Chiang from the School of Engineering has been awarded with more than $250,000 from the Ontario Government to develop carbon-sequestering soils and fertilizers. The technology will take advantage of carbon capture through mineralization, whereby carbon dioxide in the air reacts with minerals in the soil or fertilizer to form stable carbonate. 

CEPS Faculty Receive Recognition for Engineering Achievements

The Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) recently announced the recipients of its 2018 senior engineering awards and fellowship inductees. Among the award winners and fellowship inductees are two faculty members from the University of Guelph’s College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS).

Engineering Professor and Research Leadership Chair Dr. Edward McBean will receive the Julian C. Smith Medal for achievement in the development of Canada. Only two worthy recipients are awarded with the Julian C. Smith Medal each year.

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