Who gets hired? Are you prepared for a job? How can universities better educate their students? … More Who gets hired? Are you prepared for a meaningful job?
Ever think about running a start up? Will you be able to facilitate social good through a nongovernmental organization? Are you the innovator who will change an industry? Will you lead a company? Are you the researcher who will move science forward? Will you be the inventor who will produce amazing new products? Will you be an advocate for sustainability? Will you help the less fortunate among us to educate themselves and their children? Will you advance public policy? Will you be a mentor? … More Letter to a young graduate
We are committed improving student learning by overcoming the constraints that history and culture have placed on us. Why? Because of our mission: To educate engaged citizen scholars who will transform our world. … More Learning to learn, teaching to teach
My advice to students: If you don’t learn about cyber-physical and IoT integration in the classroom make sure that you get it outside the curriculum. Your future career could depend upon this. … More Engineering jobs in 2020: Learn about the Internet of Things (IoT)
Tolerance and openness are wellsprings of security and prosperity, not threats to them. It is only natural then that the next gathering of the diverse and multicultural Global Engineering Deans Council will take place in Niagara Falls, Canada in October, 2017. … More Think global act local: The diversity and multiculturalism that drive engineering
When engineers, biologists, mathematicians, physicists, computer scientists, physicians and medical researchers work together, they are able to better understand how the human body works and consequently create clinical solutions. … More What is biomedical engineering?
Immigrants desire conditions that foster creativity, enhance economic opportunity, provide freedom from bureaucratic harassment and corruption, and allow greater control over their fortunes and lifestyles. I know this firsthand. … More International mobility, innovation and prosperity
We’re trying to grow innovators at McMaster Engineering. From our academic programs to an extracurricular innovation ecosystem, our efforts are based on improving the value that our graduates bring to society. We recognize that engineers will not be able to change the world by themselves and that diversity of thought and disciplines matters. … More History shows: Innovation requires a recipe
Engineering students are being taught not only to create innovations, but also anticipate and respond to the changes that result. They’re are learning that viable solutions that reinforce good aspects of change require collaboration with others within and outside of engineering. … More Embracing change (for good)
For university research, a less diverse team is more likely to produce fewer citations to its papers. Likewise, the more diverse a university leadership team, the more likely it will be to further the university’s mission and make an even greater impact on our world. … More University rankings, research and homophily