Innovation at Carleton University’s Faculty of Engineering and Design happens when we include diverse voices, thoughts, experiences and skills to create a transformational university culture where everyone feels they belong. Join us on January 30 at 10:00 a.m. via. Zoom for a panel discussion on how we can elevate the voices of gender minorities in engineering and information technology (IT).
Jasmine Shaw (she/her) (Moderator)
Systems Engineering, General Dynamics Mission Systems – Canada; Carleton Alumna (BEng’16 – Department of Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering)
|Winnie Ye (she/her) (Panelist)
Professor and Canada Research Chair (Tier II), Department of Electronics, IEEE Canada’s Chair of Women in Engineering
|Karen Taylor (she/her) (Panelist)
Instructor, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
|Eli Goddard (they/them) (Panelist)
4th year student, Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering program, President of Carleton University’s Engiqueers
|Madeleine Root Bartley (she/her) (Panelist)
4th year student, Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering program, Vice-President of Carleton University’s Women in Science and Engineering student group, engineering
Who is this event for? The primary audience are individuals interested in pursuing an engineering or information technology undergraduate program, and their parents/guardians, who want to learn ways to empower the voices of gender minorities in engineering and IT. Members of the Carleton community are also welcome to attend.
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