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ESC102: Winter 2019 Praxis II Presentations

Praxis students pitch their final designs in showcase, highlighting their process and product through posters, prototypes and design documents.

MSE298Y: Winter 2019 Communication Presentations

Second year materials science students dive into a research topic in their MSE298 poster presentations.

MIE490 & MIE491: Winter 2019 Capstone Design Showcase

The multidisciplinary showcase provides students in MIE491 and MIE491 an opportunity to explain their team’s capstone design in a poster presentation.    

ESC101: Fall 2018 Design Showcase

In Praxis I, students design and prototype devices to improve the life of a student from a hands-free umbrella to learning tools to a writing desk for work on transit.…

APS325: Fall 2018 Art Presentations

Within APS325, students presented their work of art to the class during the last two weeks of term and explain the ways in which it is connected to engineering and…

APS320: Fall 2018 Collective Creation Performances

In December, students in APS320: Representing Science on Stage, performed original scenes for their classmates and invited guests. These scenes were the culmination of three months of work in collaborative…

ECP 20th Anniversary Speaker Series

ECP celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2015-16 by hosting a Speaker Series featuring these distinguished guests: Written Communications by Design Dr. Brian Frank, Queen’s University Wednesday, December 2, 2015 Rendering Visible the…

Writing in Engineering

Writing in Engineering: A Brief Guide

by ECP faculty member Robert Irish At once sophisticated and practical, Writing in Engineering: A Brief Guide leads students through how to compose design reports, lab reports, and other key engineering genres…

From Canadian Petro-Chemical Consultant to Washington, DC: a Q&A with Stephen Selk (7T6)

Stephen Selk, a Toronto-born chemical engineer (ChemE 7T6), spent 25 years in the petro-chemical industry in Canada before making his way south to Washington, D.C. Since 2013, he has been…