Faculty of Engineering and Design

Faculty of Engineering and Design

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Designing Health Care

New Ingenious Talks on December 7th - Health Care Planning & Design

New Ingenious Talks on December 7th - Health Care Planning & Design... View more

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GTA Open House - Nov. 19th

Carleton Engineering and Design to host special GTA Open House - Nov 19th

Carleton Engineering and Design to host special GTA Open House - Nov 19th... View more

Banu Ormeci - Jarislowsky Chair
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Clean Water Solutions

Prof. Banu Örmeci announced as Jarislowsky Chair in Water and Global Health

Prof. Banu Örmeci announced as Jarislowsky Chair in Water and Global Health... View more

Make Carleton your First Choice for Engineering and Design

As one of the nation’s leading institutions in the study and research of engineering, architecture, industrial design, and information technology, Carleton’s comprehensive platform of programs provides students with an environment that is challenging, diverse and flexible. Our programs prepare you for rewarding careers in the real world, by providing you with the knowledge and skills that are highly desirable in today’s fast-paced, technology-driven society. Read More

As part of our Sustainability Strategy, Carleton University has partnered with Honeywell for a long term program to identify opportunities and implement initiatives designed to conserve energy and create sustainable solutions for our campus. On September 14, an energy services retrofit project began in the Faculty of Engineering and Design’s Mackenzie Building to improve lighting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and general functionality. This project is expected to be completed in June 2017. Read More

News

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Green Engineer Recognized with Governor General’s Medal

Burak Gunay is trying to improve the way our buildings work. Yet while many engineers focus on designing greener spaces, Gunay focuses on tweaking the way those spaces are maintained, with results that often reduce energy consumption by up to 60 percent. His efforts have earned him a PhD, a... More

Friday, November 11th, 2016 in Community Feed for all posts filed under Community, News Feed for all posts filed under News, Research Feed for all posts filed under Research

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Q&A with New Alumni Association Engineering Chapter President Brent Weatherdon

Carleton civil engineering graduate Brent Weatherdon (BEng/07, MEng/13) serves as Manager of the Special Projects Department at Cleland Jardine Engineering Ltd. in Ottawa. Having worked with the firm for nearly a decade, his widespread expertise in areas such as structural design, restoration and... More

Thursday, October 27th, 2016 in Alumni Notes Feed for all posts filed under Alumni Notes, Community Feed for all posts filed under Community

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Carleton Grad Students Named Finalists in 2016 ATPI Design Build Competition

Sustainability has become a key consideration throughout our society, resulting in a growing demand for engineers with expertise in sustainable practices. To respond to emerging needs in areas such as heritage conservation and sustainable building design, Carleton recently introduced an all-new... More

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016 in Competitions and Awards Feed for all posts filed under Competitions and Awards, Education Feed for all posts filed under Education, News Feed for all posts filed under News

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Minerva Canada 2017 James Ham Safe Design Award Competition – Call for Participants

The Faculty of Engineering and Design is encouraging all Carleton undergraduate engineering students to enter the 2017 Minerva Canada’s James Ham Safe Design Award Competition. The annual award challenges Canadian university engineering students to make an original contribution toward integrating... More

Friday, October 21st, 2016 in Competitions and Awards Feed for all posts filed under Competitions and Awards, Education Feed for all posts filed under Education, News Feed for all posts filed under News

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Carleton-led Climate Change Project Receives $5.5 Million in NSERC Funding

A network led by Carleton University studying the impact of pollutants on air quality and climate change to develop responsible methods of extracting fossil fuels has received $5.5 million from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). Funds for the new NSERC... More

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 in News Feed for all posts filed under News, Research Feed for all posts filed under Research

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Carleton University to Host Go Eng Girl Event for Students and Parents

Carleton University will be hosting the annual Go Eng Girl, an event for girls from grades 7 to 10 and their parents to learn more about academic programs and careers in engineering. The event is supported by the nationally-recognized Virtual Ventures program, offered by the research-intensive... More

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Events

December Architecture Event

Architecture Alumni Reception

Thursday, December 08 - 5:00 PM

High School Tutorial Program

High School Tutorial Program – January 7th

Saturday, January 07 - 10:00 AM

High School Tutorial Program

High School Tutorial Program – January 14th

Saturday, January 14 - 10:00 AM

High School Tutorial Program

High School Tutorial Program – January 21st

Saturday, January 21 - 10:00 AM

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