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Montreal Massacre remembered

On December 6, 1989 Marc Lépine entered a classroom at École Polytechnique in Montreal (an engineering school affiliated with the Université de Montréal) and separated the female students from Continue Reading

Women in Engineering serve as catalyst for change

On December 6, 1989 Marc Lépine entered a classroom at École Polytechnique in Montreal (an engineering school affiliated with the Université de Montréal) and separated the female students from Continue Reading

Does gender still matter in the field of engineering?

Does gender still matter in the field of engineering?

On December 6, 1989 Marc Lépine entered a classroom at École Polytechnique in Montreal (an engineering school affiliated with the Université de Montréal) and separated the female students Continue Reading

Remembering the École Polytechnique Massacre

Remembering the École Polytechnique Massacre

On December 6, 1989 Marc Lépine entered a classroom at École Polytechnique in Montreal (an engineering school affiliated with the Université de Montréal) and separated the female students Continue Reading

Give up on girl engineers

Give up on girl engineers

Submitted by: Dena McMartin Associate Vice-President (Academic and Research) Professor, Environmental Systems Engineering At a recent convention of the British Education Studies Association, Continue Reading

Pink Brain, Blue Brain

Pink Brain, Blue Brain

Submitted by: Dena McMartin Associate Vice-President (Academic and Research) Professor, Environmental Systems Engineering Lise Eliot, a neuroscientist, literally wrote the book which highlights Continue Reading

Where do women study engineering in Canada?

Where do women study engineering in Canada?

  Photo: University of Regina Photography Department Submitted by: Dena McMartin Associate Vice-President (Academic and Research) Professor, Environmental Systems Engineering Reports Continue Reading

Engineers Need the Humanities Too

Submitted by: Dena McMartin Professor, Environmental Systems Engineering In this global era of societies, governments, and academics re-evaluating and debating the role of universities in Continue Reading

The importance of diversity in the classroom

The importance of diversity in the classroom

Submitted by: Dena McMartin Professor, Environmental Systems Engineering Engineering education plays a key role in how women and men interact in the classroom and in the consulting office, field, Continue Reading

University – it’s where you learn, study, and live

University – it’s where you learn, study, and live

  University of Regina. Photo: U of R Photography Submitted by: Dena McMartin Professor, Environmental Systems Engineering Do you ever wonder how you came to be at the University of Continue Reading

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