Monthly Newsletter of McMaster University's Faculty of Engineering

SPOTLIGHT:


From trees to power: McMaster engineers build better energy storage device

McMaster Engineering researchers Emily Cranston and Igor Zhitomirsky are turning trees into energy storage devices capable of powering everything from a smart watch to a hybrid car.


OTHER NEWS:

McMaster BTech grad building real estate empire

World champion rower balancing engineering studies ands sport


New McMaster campus map app brings users inside buildings


McMaster Engineering Primer: Get to know the faculty and students

Worth Mentioning

McMaster Engineering First Year BBQ

Engineering student awarded Brash Academic Grant

Winners of the first Engineering Graduate Video contest

EVENTS

September 17
Café X: "Taking the (female pelvic) floor to talk about bioengineering"

September 23 - 26
Homecoming

October 17
Go Eng Girl

Dean's blog: Engineering research without student mentoring? I don't think so

In a higher education institute, and here please note an emphasis on education, a primary responsibility of any scholar is to mentor students.

Best of McMaster Engineering Welcome Week 2015

More than 150 McMaster Engineering reps (aka Red Suits) welcomed about 1,100 new students to campus between Aug. 31 and Sept. 4. The week was full of fun and informative activities from a Faculty Day to a bus pull for charity.

Summer programs a big success

As our summer comes to a close, we would like to give a big thank you to all of our supporters, who made it possible for us to engage our students this year.  




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