This $85 million campaign will ensure we continue to grow, evolve and deliver innovative learning experiences that inspire greatness.
New for 2015! This direct-entry stream is suited to motivated, innovation-minded students who know that electrical or computer engineering is exactly what they want.
Provides culturally relevant student support services to Aboriginal engineering students.
We look forward to welcoming alumni back to campus for Homecoming October 17 - 19. Check out our Homecoming trailer.
Dr. Daymond’s internationally recognized research focuses on the microscale interactions of collections of crystals or grains that compose many practical engineering materials and the processes that occur in these materials when they undergo changes in stress or temperature. His goal is to improve both component lifetime and performance.
Elise Hewat, a graduate of JV Humphries, Kaslo BC hopes to pursue a job in engineering and continue her studies at the graduate level.
The Honourable Reza Moridi, Minister of Research and Innovation, announced today that $900,000 from the Government of Ontario’s Campus-Linked Accelerator program (CLA) will be allocated to support innovation at Queen’s University.
Team members of Mosaic Manufacturing, Mitch Debora (Sci'14), Derek Vogt (Sci'14) and Danny Lloyd (Sci'16) joined forces with Heather Evans (Comm'16) and Chris Labelle (Comm'14), to take the top prize in the Queen's Summer Innovation Initiative.
The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is committed to building an inclusive campus community with accessible services that respect the dignity and independence of persons with disabilities.
Academic information on program requirements, course selection, regulations and registration is available in an accessible format on request. Please contact us in one of the following ways.
In person: Ste. Room 300, Beamish-Munro