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Two McMaster student-led projects nominated to international round of global competition

May 18, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Daily News

Two McMaster student-led projects nominated to international round of global competition

The innovative ideas put forward by two groups of McMaster students, including those in the Faculty of Engineering, have been nominated to the international round of the U21 RISE Awards.

McMaster University 1 of 2 Canadian institutions selected for premier EcoCAR EV Challenge

April 28, 2022 /  Department News

McMaster University 1 of 2 Canadian institutions selected for premier EcoCAR EV Challenge

McMaster University has been chosen as one of 15 institutions across North America to engineer a 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ in the EcoCAR EV Challenge.

Dr. Roberta Bondar to Speak at McMaster University on June 1

April 22, 2022 /  Department News

Dr. Roberta Bondar to Speak at McMaster University on June 1

Dr. Roberta Bondar will speak at a free public event hosted by McMaster University’s W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology. All are welcome to attend this event featuring the first Canadian woman in space.

In the Media: Has the Great Lakes water quality agreement been successful?

April 14, 2022 /  Department News
Source: TVO, The Agenda with Steve Paikan

In the Media: Has the Great Lakes water quality agreement been successful?

As the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement turns 50, a panel including W Booth School professor Gail Krantzberg weighs in on highlights, setbacks and the future.

Michael Justason recognized with fellowship for superb career in civil engineering, teaching

April 8, 2022 /  Department News

Michael Justason recognized with fellowship for superb career in civil engineering, teaching

Michael Justason, W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology assistant professor, has been appointed as a fellow of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering in recognition of his work in geotechnical and foundation engineering.

In the Media: What's in store for Ontario's electric vehicle future?

March 30, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Brighter World, TVO

In the Media: What's in store for Ontario's electric vehicle future?

A panel including Greig Mordue, ArcelorMittal Dofasco Chair in Advanced Manufacturing Policy and associate professor with the W Booth School of Engineering, discusses what Canada’s first electric vehicle battery manufacturing plant means for the EV industry in Ontario.

In the Media: Project sparks hope for improved cancer care in Kenya

March 16, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Academics Without Borders

In the Media: Project sparks hope for improved cancer care in Kenya

More professionals in critical fields of radiology, nuclear medicine and medical imaging are needed for better cancer care in Kenya. Andrea Hemmerich, from the W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology, is helping the Meru University of Science and Technology bridge the gap.

In the Media: Perseverance Pays off: Michael Justason's Career Story

December 30, 2021 /  Department News
Source: PileDriver Magazine

In the Media: Perseverance Pays off: Michael Justason's Career Story

Michael Justason is highlighted in Issue 6, 2021 of the Official Publication of the Pile Driving Contractors Association, featuring Canadian members, influential individuals, projects, business considerations and more.

In the Media: Is climate change a risk to Hamilton’s drinking water?

November 25, 2021 /  Department News
Source: The Hamilton Spectator

In the Media: Is climate change a risk to Hamilton’s drinking water?

Gail Krantzberg, W Booth School professor, comments on how climate change will impact Hamilton's drinking water.

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