Stakeholders in Engineering Education: Collaborative and Reflective Engagement in a Transitioning World
Conference Theme and Key Elements
- Stakeholders and Partners
There are numerous stakeholders and partners in engineering education i.e., industry, government, Indigenous, Métis, and Inuit peoples, society, professional governance, accreditation, students, non-engineering programs, K-12 teachers, and researchers. Engineering graduates must have a broad range of skills and competencies; be able to work in a rapidly evolving socio-technological world and maintain sustainable practices; be adaptable and become leaders.
Along with most Canadian Engineering Programs, we are re-imagining and redeveloping our programs to support the energy transition; diversity, equity and inclusion; sustainability; engineering leadership; engagement with Indigenous people and the future of work and society. Join us at the University of Alberta on Treaty 6 territory, as we identify and engage with stakeholders to improve and innovate in our programs developing and designing the engineers of the future.
University of Alberta
June 15-19, 2024
Partners & Initiatives
We collaborate with other organizations to bring awareness, funding and education to all areas dedicated to Engineering Education. Click on a logo to learn more about each partner.