Cheers and Gear 2018 is putting on their second musical, organized and performed by engineering students! This year we'll be performing Engine Grease. Come out to see your fellow students as singers, dancers, actors and musicians. Featuring Dr. Matt Demers and Dr. Clemmer. Tickets are $10 in the EngSoc office, starting March 8th.
The School of Engineering and the G360 Institute for Groundwater Research at the University of Guelph invite you to a celebration of World Water Day. *Featuring the 2018 NGWA Darcy Lecture by Dr. Masaki Hayashi Alpine Hydrogeology: The Critical Role of Groundwater in Sourcing the Headwaters of the World
Sustainability and Global Clean Tech Expert, Chris Turner will be here discussing Tracking the Global Energy Transition.
What is the The Iron Ring and the Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer?
Engineering alumni are invited to join in at this annual event happening at the Guelph Curling Club. Whether you're just learning to curl, are in it to win it, or are just looking to reconnect with your fellow alumni, the EAA Bonspiel has something to offer you! Start the day off hearing about the latest updates and successes from the EAA at the AGM, then get yourself registered and ready to go for curling. There will be a Learn-to-Curl Tutorial available for interested beginners or curlers looking for a refresher. Not interested in curling?
All students are encouraged to join us on Career Night! Make professional connections, discover new career paths and network with successful Engineering Alumni.
On behalf of the 2018 PDC organizing committee, welcome! The Guelph Engineering Professional Development Conference is a student-run conference for engineering students. 2018 will be the fourth year of PDC and we are excited to provide engineering students the opportunity to network and engage with professionals in the engineering field. All Guelph Engineering students, undergraduate and graduate, are welcome to attend as guests. 8:00am Check in, Coffee
The U of G community is invited to attend a memorial for the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, Dec. 6 to commemorate the 14 female engineering students who were killed at l’École Polytechnique de Montréal on Dec. 6, 1989. Campus flags will be at half-mast in memory of the 14 women who lost their lives.
Mechanical engineering students in the Machine Design course (ENGG3280) will showcase their creative designs and manufacturing skills at the Mechanical Engineering Trade Show. Over 30 groups of mechanical engineering students will present machines designed and built for food and agriculture applications. Everyone is welcome.
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