Memorial University’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is thrilled to continue offering engaging and educational camps for youth, ages 9 to 18.
When Leonard Lye sat down to read an article in the mid-1990s about how Tetra Society founder Sam Sullivan contacted the local association of professional engineers in Vancouver, BC for technical help after a skiing accident left him almost completely paralyzed, he had an idea.
Doing it better: Engineering professor receives the 2013 Bantrel Award in Design and Industrial Practice for making our world a more sustainable one
Dr. Kelly Hawboldt, a process engineering professor at Memorial, received the 2013 Bantrel Award in Design and Industrial Practice for her major contributions to the field of contaminant removal from gas streams, biofuel from processing waste and emissions from offshore oil and gas operations.
Benchmarks is the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science's annual corporate newsletter. For the latest issue, please click on the image below or click here.
For students looking for information on, or applying for funding under, the Angus Bruneau Student Leadership and Innovation Fund in Engineering Program, please follow the links below: