November-December 2015

Read the latest articles in the media !

March-April 2016

STRENG.TH has selected a series of press articles for you that are worth a read. Enjoy!
The Faculty of Engineering at the Université de Sherbrooke has posted a video on line about the benefits of problem and project-based learning. See how engineering problem and project-based learning (EPPBL) differs from the traditional lecture-based approach by allowing electrical and computer engineering students to make their dreams come true.
Imagine the scene. Barack Obama, in the Oval Office of the White House, and Justin Trudeau, at his office in the Langevin Block, have to discuss an urgent issue via videoconference. Contact is established, both men exchange the usual greetings and, through a robot interface called HARRI, they warmly shake hands, as if they were standing in the same room.
According to a study released by Statistics Canada, chemical engineering graduates rank 2nd among professionals who earned the highest salaries in 2010 in Canada. In fact, 25-to-54 year-old men earned an annual income of $120,148 on average that year.
We are looking for students to give us a hand with the logistics of the Conference on April 18 and 19 at the Palais des congrès de Montréal.
You will be paid for your help in welcoming members, setting up rooms, distributing badges, etc.

March-April 2016

Francis-Benoît Pelletier, CHRP, who heads the Human Resource Department at the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec, gives you advice on tools and methods you can use to find your dream job. On your marks, get set, read!
Volunteers from the Montreal and Estrie regional committees participated in Les filles et les sciences, un duo électrisant ! day on March 12. This activity was designed to introduce teenaged girls in secondary 2 and 3 to science and technology professions and the education programs that lead to them.