Managing Urban Infrastructure: a transdisciplinary problem for engineers

Sustainability in Engineering Leadership and Management (SELM) SIG Workshop

online - link will be distributed in registration confirmation email
April 13, 2022 @12Noon CT



Professional Engineers are increasingly challenged to work with non-engineers on managing ill-structured, value-laden, ambiguous and complex problems. How do we prepare students for their future practice? During this session, an educator explores this question within the context of municipal engineering.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Marnie Jamieson ([email protected]) or John Donald ([email protected] ).


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Dr. Susan Nesbit, B.A,.Ph.D., P.Eng.

Susan has over twenty years of experience developing and teaching sustainability learning activities for engineering programs at the University of British Columbia.  She is a co-author of UBC’s sustainability graduate attributes and was UBC’s senior sustainability fellow in 2015.  She is the co-director of the Masters of Engineering Leadership program in Urban Systems, and recently she partnered with the Municipal Natural Asset Initiative ( in developing guidelines on natural asset management for practicing engineers and natural asset management learning material for engineering students.


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