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Become a Peer Coach!

Posted on Aug 30, 2017


Peer Coaching in the Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science, 2017/2018


Refreshed my.engineering Website

Posted on Jul 24, 2017


my.engineering website updated for sleeker design, improved user experience and mobile-responsiveness.


Canadian International Autoshow Day Trip

Posted on Jan 25, 2017


ECE and ECEi students are invited to join in a day trip on February 25th to the Canadian International Autoshow at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.


Nilufer Erdebil - Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Lunch

Posted on Jan 18, 2017


For ECE, ECEi, MEI and students with an interest in building an entrepreneurial career.


Silly Hat Photo Booth Health & Wellness Week

Queen's engineering students pose for fun

Posted on Nov 22, 2016


Images from our Silly Hat Photo Booth.


CSA austronaut Jeremy Hansen scheduled to visit ILC Friday

The life of an astronaut, space exploration and following your dreams

Posted on Sep 20, 2016


Canadian Space Agency astronaut Jeremy Hansen is set to speak with Queen's engineering students in ILC Friday.


A conversation with Amir Fam

Associate Dean (Research and Graduate Studies) sets three main goals in mandate

Posted on Sep 20, 2016


Queen’s civil engineering professor Amir Fam was named Associate Dean (Research and Graduate Studies) earlier this ssummer. He’s got big shoes to fill but big aspirations with which to fill them. What are his plans?


PHOTOS: Balloon car challenge to APSC 200 students

Second year kicked off with design exercise

Posted on Sep 19, 2016


Second-year Queen's engineering students started out the term with a balloon car design challenge. They had to build a rolling craft from supplied parts to compete against other teams for greatest distance on a single balloon and best accuracy in stopping on a target.


VIDEO: Queen's Engineer, Chris Roney

Engineers Canada president dontates to Connections program

Posted on Sep 16, 2016


Chris Roney is a Queen's engineer, President of Roney Engineering here in Kingston and also President of Engineers Canada. He provided to some generous support this summer for Connections: The Queen's Summer Engineering Academy. He also had some really nice things to say about Queen's and the Connections program on a recent visit. Many thanks, Chris.


Introducing: new faculty member Julián Ortiz

Dr Otiz joins the Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining

Posted on Sep 08, 2016


VIDEO: Please welcome mining engineering professor Julián Ortiz as he joins the Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining at Queen's.


VIDEO: Connections - Queen's Summer Engineering Academy PT II

Posted on Aug 23, 2016


Connections: Queen's Summer Engineering Academy is a summer education program designed for students considering applying to pursue a Queen's engineering undergraduate degree. Connections exposes students to many aspects of engineering education and give students a taste of student life at Queen's.


VIDEO: Queen's Innovation Connector Summer Initiative preview

Cultivating an entreprenurial spirit...

Posted on Aug 18, 2016


Meet some of the students of the 2016 Queen's Innovation Connector Summer Initiative. The pitch competition is happening today at The Isabel.


VIDEO: Nicolas Hudon joins FEAS

Department of Chemical Engineering welcomes new faculty member

Posted on Aug 11, 2016


Meet Professor Nicolas Hudon, the newest addition to the Department of Chemical Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's.


Taking Control

Process control engineering

Posted on Jul 28, 2016


Martin Guay’s work in process-control engineering is being embraced by companies across industries.


VIDEO: Science Quest summer camp programs

Posted on Jul 25, 2016


The science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) program based in the Integrated Learning Centre (ILC) and operated under the direction of the Engineering Society of Queen's University. It's all about getting young people engaged in STEM fields...


VIDEO: Tour the Landslide Flume at the Coastal Engineering Lab

Queen's engineering graduate student Gemma Bullard guides

Posted on Jul 18, 2016


Queen's engineering graduate student Gemma Bullard guides us around the landslide flume, a unique piece of research equipment that can help engineers and researchers learn more about what happens when a landslide hits a shoreline.


VIDEO: Inspiring Greatness: The Campaign for Queen’s Engineering

Funds to be used for inspiring students, spaces, programs, teaching and research

Posted on Jul 15, 2016


We've raised more than $90 million through the Inspiring Greatness Campaign for Queen's Engineering. It's all because of the support and generosity of donors.


JOBS: Student Content Developers needed for fall/winter

Join the FEAS Media Squad: Meet new people, learn new skills, earn extra money

Posted on Jul 13, 2016


The FEAS Content Development Team is seeking applications for Work Study program students. It's a great job, on campus that works with your class schedule. Check it out, apply, tell your friends.


ECE student earns Google Lime and Hydro One scholarships

How Emily Heffernan is overcoming adversity in pursuit of her dreams

Posted on Jul 12, 2016


Queen’s engineering student Emily Heffernan seems to do very well at whatever she puts her mind to; she even won two prestigious undergraduate scholarships this year. Still, that doesn’t mean it’s been an easy journey so far. She’s learning to live with a chronic disability and continuing to recover from major surgery. Whatever next? How about grad school?


Queen’s engineer set to market unique portable coffee brewer

Pascal Press: a new approach to fresh coffee

Posted on Jul 08, 2016


Queen’s engineer Pascal Kalbfleisch recently reached a $40,000 Kickstarter fundraising goal. It’s development money for his new product: a device that lets users enjoy high-quality, freshly brewed coffee while on the go.