Engineering

Consult with EngSoc, Faculty

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science’s attempts to discourage alcohol-related jacket bars have been poorly executed.Continue...

Queen’s cracks down on jacket bars

The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science is discouraging students from pursuing jacket bars involving alcohol this year, starting with the “Beers on the Pier” challenge.Continue...

Debts determined by choice of faculty

When they graduate, many students will leave Queen’s with a diploma in one hand and thousands of dollars of student debts in the other.Continue...

Re-engineering Queen's

Queen's needs to rethink the way it delivers engineering education, or risk becoming irrelevant.Continue...

Queen’s Baja team in top five

The Queen’s Baja racing team ended their 2011 season with a fifth place finish at a weekend in Peoria, Ill. last month. It’s the best result the Queen’s team has seen since a gold medal in 2008.Continue...

Engineering Society debate addresses financial sustainability

The Engineering Society (EngSoc) saw its executive candidates gather in the ILC atrium on Jan. 23 to respond to student questions about their experience, platform and vision for the society if elected.Continue...

EngSoc Executive candidates release platforms

All candidates declined requests for an interview, but did send brief summaries of their platforms to The Journal via email.Continue...

Queen's Machine Intelligence and Neuroevolution Design club attracts hundreds of students

During his time on campus, Cooper Midroni noticed that students have become increasingly more interested in artificial intelligence. Unfortunately, outside of their classrooms, the field is difficult to access.Continue...

Queen’s grants degree to former engineering student 70 years later

Seventy years had passed since Bruce Jameson attended Queen’s when he returned to campus this fall. He arrived for his convocation ceremony, where he was officially granted his degree in engineering chemistry alongside the Class of 2017.Continue...

Engineering students develop bicycle for teen with cerebral palsy

Because of her cerebral palsy, Napanee teenager Janessa Gerhardt was never able to find a bicycle suited to her limited range of motion. Thanks to engineering professor Claire Davies and a group of her students, Gerhardt now bikes several kilometres everyday.Continue...

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