Conference Theme and Key Elements
There are numerous stakeholders and partners in engineering education i.e., industry, government, First Nations, 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, as we identify and engage with stakeholders to improve and innovate in our programs developing and designing the engineers of the future.
The Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA-ACÉG) 2023 conference will be jointly hosted by the University of Alberta.
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