Fall 2018's Engineering & Design I challenge is to design and build a "Teddy Bear Wheelchair" to compete in the School of Engineering Soccer World Cup. Representing countries from around the world, 380 engineering students on 81 multidisciplinary teams compete in the "speed dribble" and "free-kick" events. Prospective students were able to watch teams test out their designs on the competition field on November 11 at Science and Engineering Sunday. The final project competition is held in the Atrium November 19th to 23rd.
Each year, Canada’s Top 40 under 40 celebrates the achievements of 40 Canadians in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, who have demonstrated remarkable success before passing the age of 40.
The 40 are drawn from a rich national pool of nominees, and chosen based on their professional accomplishments, vision, leadership, innovation, and community involvement.
Associate Professor, Dr. Graham Taylor, has been chosen as a recipient of this coveted Canadian award for young business leaders.
Mary Wells, dean of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Guelph, has been named a new Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE).
A new gift to the University of Guelph is meant to help the next generation of researchers protect one of the world’s most vital resources: water.