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!
“It is important that we have more female engineers because they have an opportunity to shape the future and help to break down gender stereotypes that assume that the profession is for men. Having a good representation of both women and men in the industry increases collaboration and productivity through diversity of thoughts.” What’s one […]
Nhu, a MASc Electrical and Computer Engineering Student at Ryerson University, was an intensely curious child and never afraid to constantly ask “why?”. Harnessing that power of curiosity Nhu has seen her research used in medical operations, currently runs a clinical trial at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, and is currently doing more research involving augmented […]
With rise of technology and innovative solutions, coding is a skill that is and will become the most important ever. Reshma Saujani discusses the current gender gap between the way we teach girls versus the way we teach boys and firmly believes that girls should be taught how to be brave, not how to be […]
Mechatronics Engineering is a multidisciplinary field of study, which integrates Mechanical, Electrical, Computer or software, Systems Engineering and many more. The study and application of Mechatronics Engineering is often linked with robotics and automation. WHAT KIND OF COURSES DO MECHATRONICS ENGINEERS STUDY IN SCHOOL? Computer Aided Design Robotics & Automation Electronic Circuit Design Object Oriented […]
Rachel Lynds is a third-year Mechanical Engineering student who is currently on a 4-month co-op placement at Hydro One after being awarded the Leonard S. (Tony) Mandamin Award. Rachel is also passionate about engineering and STEM outreach and has made contributions as an instructor at Actua, a national not for profit STEM organization, and UOIT […]
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 […]