In recognition of his noteworthy contributions to the field of engineering, John Godfrey Sullivan was given an honorary doctorate by the University of Manitoba in 1937. He was the first engineer to receive an honorary degree from the University.
To learn more about this Manitoba Trailblazer, see the full news story
It has been one year since the release of Reclaiming Power and Place: The Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Women and Girls Report
. Section 13 of the Calls for
Justice outlines five calls for the Extractive and Development Industries where many engineers and geoscientists practice. Please take the time on this important anniversary to read the Calls for Justice and
the related research in the report and integrate them into your professional practice and workplace culture. Commit to listening, learning, and supporting Indigenous people, who are the experts on their
future. Read the full news story
to learn more.
Looking for a job? Hiring students? Have students at home looking for work?
The Manitoba government has launched Student Jobs MB, a new online tool dedicated to matching students looking for job opportunities to employers with workforce needs throughout the province. See the full news story
to learn more about this initiative.
The Filipino Members Chapter invites all Association practitioners to a webinar that will discuss the impacts of the current health crisis and feature resilient responses in the practice of the engineering profession.
For more information and to register online, see the event listing
This webinar, offered by Engineers and Geoscientists BC, provides an introduction to problem solving and creativity in engineering and geoscience through real examples. For more information, see the event listing