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Engineering Communication in a Time of Uncertainties.    

This past month I had a chance to catch up with Ted Nolan, the communication coordinator for Engineering Strategies and Practice. Ted recently began a PhD in applied linguistics. What…

Proposals and Your Next Idea

Proposals are among the most critical documents a young engineer will write. Maybe you’re applying for funding at a hatchery for a great idea you have; or maybe you’re embarking…

ECP Tutoring Centre is Live

Professional Ethics and Your Worldview

Some of you may get the opportunity this term to take a course with  Dr.  Robert Irish, a professor in the Engineering Communication Program. Last year Dr. Irish was awarded…

Professional Communication in a Virtual Environment

As students return to campus and instructors finalize the details of your courses, there is normally a distinct buzz in the air. But 2020 has been anything but a normal…

Welcome and Welcome Back

Welcome back to returning students, and a huge welcome to our first years! If you don’t know by now, engineers write, present, debate, consult, and represent; they do it a…

MSE298: Fall 2019 Research Presentations

In MSE298Y, student teams are presenting on their research into work-related areas of opportunity for students graduating in their field.

APS325: Fall 2019 Art Presentations

In APS325, students are presenting their main projects for the term: original works of art connected to engineering or science.

ESC101: Fall 2019 Design Critique

In Praxis I, students share their engineering design work at the end of term Design Crit.

APS320: Fall 2019 Collective Creation Performances

On December 4th, students in the Representing Science on Stage class capped off the semester with their final scene performances. These original works included a whodunit, a social critique of…

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