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5th International / 11th Construction Specialty Conference (ICSC15)
CALL FOR PAPERS: Abstracts due September 16, 2014
June 8-10, 2015
University of British Columbia, Vancouver Campus
CSCE Annual Conference Halifax 2014
We are pleased to inform you that electronic versions of the final papers are available and can be accessed here.
Travelling to Hong Kong?
The CSCE is looking for volunteers to make technical presentations to members of the CSCE Hong Kong Branch and (or) the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE). This is strictly on a volunteer basis, with no payment for spent time or travel expenses. If interested, please send an outline of your presentation and brief resume at least three months in advance of your trip to Doug Salloum, CSCE Executive Director, or Brian Burrell, CSCE VP-International.
CSCE International on LinkedIn
The CSCE has created a new LinkedIn group called CSCE International. This private group is for CSCE members interested in the CSCE's international activities, and in foreign engineering issues, projects, and research. To request membership, go to CSCE International on LinkedIn, click Join, and your request will be reviewed by a group manager. In addition, a subgroup called CSCE International Members has been created specifically for CSCE members living outside of Canada.
10th Sino-American Technology and Engineering Conference
The State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs (SAFEA) invited CSCE
to participate in the 10th Sino-American Technology and Engineering
Conference in China. A report on this conference prepared by Ron Droste,
Chair of CSCE's International Affairs Committee is available here.
|Programs and Events from Partner Organization / Programmes et événements d'organisations partenaires|
16th International Conference on Cold Regions Engineering
| Growing with Youth / Croître avec les jeunes|
2014 CSCE Best Student Paper Competition Winners
The winners for the 2014 CSCE Best Student Paper Competition held in Halifax from May 28 to 31 have been determined from over 85 impressive entries. Congratulations to Magdy Ibrahim from Concordia University for winning 1st place and to Mohamed Sherir and Masrra Jajjawi, both from Ryerson University for placing 2nd and 3rd, respectively. Be sure to check out their papers in your copy of the conference proceedings and watch for the Call for Papers for next year's conference to be held in Regina.
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You are cordially invited
Concordia University's Engineering and Computer Science Career Fair & Reception Tuesday, September 30th or Wednesday, October 1st 2014.
Vous êtes cordialement invités
Université Concordia - Journée carrière et réception génie et informatique
Mardi le 30 septembre ou mercredi le 1 octobre 2014
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|Leadership in Sustainable Infrastructure / Leadership en infrastructures
Reg Andres: Premiers Council of the Federation
CSCE President, Reg Andres, participated in the Premiers Council of the
Federation meeting on infrastructure on August 6. Please see the
document presented by the Premiers, on the CSCE website
TTC remake brings Union Station to life
For the first time in its history, the TTC has built something that doesn't look like a public toilet.
The remade Union Station, which began service last week, is all stone, steel, and glass. But more than anything, it's space and light. Though far from finished, it already verges dangerously on elegance, which won't sit well with those who see it as nothing more than another stop on the gravy train.
Engineering equality: Are universities learning the gender lesson?
New Civil Engineer
Universities are in the spotlight this week, with hundreds of budding civil engineers looking to cement their college place. So NCE continues its series on Engineering Equality by looking at whether progress is being made to stimulate gender diversity at entry level.
How to get girls into engineering? Let them build toys
Wall Street Journal
When Alice Brooks and Bettina Chen met in 2010, both were in engineering master's programs at Stanford University — mechanical and electrical, respectively. But there weren't many other women around.
Trends in infrastructure investing
Since the early 2000s, private infrastructure investing has gathered interest from institutional investors. This trend continues to accelerate as governments can no longer afford to build the roads, schools, hospitals, waste and water treatment plants, power distribution grids, etc. that are required for a successfully functioning economy. It is estimated that more than $50 trillion will be spent in new infrastructure development across Canada by 2030.
Crews removing historic pipeline from underside of bridge
Sask Energy crews will begin the long process of removing a 61-year-old piece of Saskatoon's energy history from underneath the University Bridg
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