Coffee-cubicle/work-dinner-bed: Repeat x 5Pfff….try again! There is so much more to Eng life than working. Newsflash! Engineers are people too, they like things and stuff and things and stuff just like everyone else!
Toby Ma is a 3rd year Electrical Engineering student at UOIT who is currently on a 16-month internship at Hydro One after being awarded one of their Women in Engineering Scholarships. We recently sat down with Toby to learn more about her internship experience and to find out what inspired her to pursue a career […]
Emily Gleeson is an Aerospace Engineering PhD student at Ryerson University, and a recipient of the 2018 Amelia Earheart Fellowship Award presented by Zonta International. She received her Bachelors of Applied Science in Applied Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering from Queens University and worked for several years in project management and logistics and business operations. She […]
It’s August, which can only mean one thing … either a new season of your favourite Netflix show is coming out or it’s the fact that school is right around the corner! Here are some helpful tips on 5 things to do before your vacation is over: Squeeze in plenty of ZZZ’s! Your summer vacation […]
Stefanie Bruinsma is a Powertrain Systems Researcher at University of Waterloo and is actively involved with Women in Engineering. Not only is she an AMAZING person, she can make anyone as passionate as she is about engines! As a former mechanic and lead of the Green and Intelligent Automotive (GAIA) research facility, Stef is an […]
Ever heard of “soft robotics”? Neither had we! Check out biomedical engineer Giada Gerboni discussing how soft robotics play a critical role in surgery, medicine and our daily lives. When we think of robots, we often think of devices that have been human-built for speed and precision but what about their flexibility? Giada Gerboni currently […]
Caroline Via is an engineer working in the medical device industry. Her work can actually save lives! Carloine was undecided in high school, but fortunately, found her way to Queen’s where they have a common first year. I got to try out a little bit of each engineering discipline before I had to choose one. She believes […]
Ololade’s biggest passion is to continue motivating and encouraging girls to venture and carve a niche for themselves in various branches of engineering.