Wicked problems confronting us include climate change, international drug trafficking, refugee resettlement, the emerging Zika virus pandemic, terrorism and war, food security, better healthcare, assisted dying and social equity. The solution to any one of these problems, say refugee resettlement, requires the solution of a host of other interconnected problems. … More Let’s solve wicked problems
We say, select engineering as a career if you want to become an engaged citizen scholar who wishes to transform the world. … More Why select engineering as a profession
To help students ride the waves of disruption, we must better prepare them to compete through their contributions towards innovation. … More Rigour, content and testing: Will that help drive innovation?
Engaged students become engaged citizens. They live and work with a driving passion to improve the wellbeing of our world. … More Be yourself, everyone else is already taken
The challenges of the 21st century demand more than just technical expertise. The complex problems facing our world require people who are creative and can think critically, form strong collaborative relationships, and who are skilled communicators and contribute towards leadership. … More What’s the point of an engineering education?