CEEA / ACEG 2010 Conference

Inaugural Conference

Kingston, Ontario
June 7 - June 9, 2010
Queen's University



The Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA) is a new organization whose mission is to “enhance the competence and relevance of graduates from Canadian Engineering schools through continuous improvement in engineering education and design education.” This first annual CEEA conference integrated and grew on the previous efforts of the Canadian Design Engineering Network (CDEN) and the Canadian Congress on Engineering Education (C2E2).

We were pleased to have attendees from the broad community of engineering educators to join us. It was a highly successful conference and we received a great deal of positive feedback. Please see our 2010 Conference Highlights page for images and links to the proceedings.


Registration is closed



Queen’s University
Kingston, Ontario


Technical Sessions

Please CLICK HERE to access the PDF version of the Technical Program of the conference.

To access the full conference proceedings, please click here.


Margaret McCuaig-Johnston

Executive Vice President

Margaret McCuaig-Johnston is responsible for the smooth operation of NSERC’s programs of $1 billion in annual funding for university research, as well as for NSERC’s policy development and international relations, planning, evaluation, audit, and secretariat support of Council meetings and members.
We are pleased to have her as our opening plenary speaker.

George Roter

Co-CEO and Co-Founder
Engineers Without Borders Canada

George Roter has been recognized as one of Canada’s leaders in the non-profit sector and believes that Canadians are passionate about driving social change. Mr. Roter will be our keynote dinner speaker on June 8, speaking on behalf of EWB with his thoughts on global engineering programs and curriculum strategies.

Dr. Ron Easteal

Associate Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology
Queen’s University

A multiple award winning instructor, Dr. Easteal will share his experience on a unique Master’s program entitled “A Graduate Program on the Teaching and Learning of Anatomy” in our Tuesday, June 8th afternoon plenary session. This program, which develops students to be University teachers in anatomy, may be an interesting model for graduate engineering programs.

Mr. Sean Conway

Special Advisor for External Relations to the Principal of Queen’s University
Queen’s University

Mr. Conway’s extensive background in government and public policy as former Minister of Education, Colleges and Universities and Skills Development, Minister of Mines and Government House Leader, gives him the unique perspective of recognizing what engineers need to understand about cultural and societal elements and implications, their impact on society, and how society can and should impact them. He will also be speaking on Tuesday June 8th in our afternoon plenary session.



With the purchase of a booth space, each exhibitor receives one (1) complimentary full conference pass. ALL other individuals from your organization who wish to attend the conference must register as conference attendees.

Cost: $0.00

Additional Meal Plans

We provide a meal plan option for exhibitors at the conference. A meal plan is included the complimentary attendee registration, however if you require additional meal plans, we charge a nominal fee. Meal plans include Meal plans include lunch and coffee breaks only. Guest tickets will need to be purchased for all evening events.

Single Day: $0.00
Conference: $0.00


CEEA 2010 Conference Committee
c/o Queen’s University
Faculty of Applied Science/Integrated Learning Centre
Beamish Munro Hall, Room 300
Kingston, ON  Canada   K7L 3N6

Phone: 613-533-2606
E-mail: [email protected]


For all conference related questions - please contact the organizing committee.