ACEG/CEEA 2019 Conférence

Apprendre pour apprendre - Préparation de futures Ingénieurs

Ottawa, Ontario

juin 9, 2019 - juin 12, 2019

 

Join us in the Nation's Capital for the 2019 CEEA-ACEG Conference! Further details on the conference theme, call for papers and special events will be posted shortly.

 

Please click on the link below to view highlights of the beautiful city of Ottawa!

 

  CEEA-ACEG Conference 2019: Welcome to Ottawa

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ACEG/CEEA 2018 Conférence

Building Foundations for Student Success

Vancouver, BC

juin 3, 2018 - juin 6, 2018

 

Online registration is closed

Limited On-site registration will be available at the conference registration desk from Sunday (after 2pm) to Tuesday. Please contact the conference organizers ceea.2018@ubc.ca to inquire about the on-site registration.

On-site registration options:

1.      Full conference registration at the regular professional rate. Please note we have only a limited amount of banquet tickets left available. The remaining welcome reception and banquet tickets will be included in your registration on the first come first serve basis

2.      Full student conference registration at the regular rate

Please note, the workshop registration for the CEEA-ACEG 2018 is permanently closed.
 

Engineers will form an integral part of the global leadership team that will grapple with the difficult challenges of the 21st century. To ensure they are successful in these tasks, we must foster the development of wide range of educational, career, and life competencies in our students. Come join us for important conversations about practices and strategies that positively impact student abilities, resourcefulness, persistence, and success.

Conference registration includes:

  • access to all keynote, plenary, technical and poster sessions on June 4-6.
  • all lunches on June 4-6
  • a welcome reception ticket on June 3
  • a banquet ticket on June 5

Workshop registration includes: 

  • access to workshops on June 3 (registration required)
  • lunch on June 3
  • Cost: $ 80.00 for the day
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ACEG/CEEA 2017 Conférence

Join us in Toronto in June 2017!

Toronto, Ontario

juin 4, 2017 - juin 7, 2017

 

Look-back Video - see all the exciting things that took place at CEEA-ACEG2017

The Canadian Engineering Education Association's Annual Conference - CEEA2017 will be hosted by the University of Toronto in Toronto, Ontario from June 4 to 7, 2017, with a new pre-conference institute to run on Saturday, June 3, 2017.  

 

All areas of engineering education research and practice are invited, more specific information on the conference will be posted as it becomes available. This conference offers a unique venue for academics and practitioners to discuss recent trends in engineering education and education research.  The conference includes workshops, plenary sessions and technical sessions.
 

The CEEA2017 Conference theme is "Innovation and Diversity in Engineering Education". Innovation in Engineering Education can take on a number of diverse forms, including the incorporation of multidisciplinary perspectives, the incorporation of new technologies in the teaching of engineering, and finding new ways to form, deliver and assess learning experiences that reflect a diverse set of required outcomes. However, the conference will also capitalize on the dual meaning of "innovation in engineering education", in that the conference will give members an opportunity to present research on and engage in discussion about how we teach innovation so as to build on work presented at the 2016 conference. CEEA2017 at the University of Toronto will celebrate our diverse approaches to innovation, with the common goal of improving Engineering Education in Canada and beyond.

Diversity is also relevant to the evolution of engineering in Canada and beyond, and is well reflected in both the University and City of Toronto.  The conference will provide an important opportunity to encourage a focus on how to engage and educate a diverse population of engineering students, taking into account the many dimensions of diversity that exist.  Further, the diversity dimension within our theme would also allow us to celebrate the innovative and diverse approaches to teaching engineering that emerge from the various regional and academic communities across Canada.

Our hope is that merging the dimensions of innovation and diversity will create a nexus that brings together what and how we teach, with who we teach and the engineering community that we are seeking to create. Thus the focus of the 2017 conference will be forward looking, so as to help shape the evolution of engineering education in Canada. 

Welcome to Toronto - Watch this video to hear more about CEEA2017

Follow up to the minute information regarding the CEEA2017 conference on the University of Toronto CEEA2017 local website: CEEA2017 local conference and Toronto information

** Please note that all memberships must be paid in full to attain entry into the conference. **

 

WORKSHOPS ONLY:

Workshop registration only option - please email administrator@ceea.ca directly.

*NEW* SPECIAL SATURDAY EVENT

PRE-CONFERENCE INSTITUTES FOR EFFECTIVE PRACTICE IN ENGINEERING TEACHING AND EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH

New to CEEA this year are the Engineering Education Institutes – two parallel full day seminars on pedagogy and engineering education research that are being offered on Saturday, June 3, 2017 at the University of Toronto. Registration for this event is not open yet and will run separately - more details to follow. The cost is $200 plus taxes for the full day, including two snacks and lunch. 

CEEA is pleased to introduce a one-day institute offering parallel workshops on teaching engineering and developing engineering education research. The CEEA Institute for Engineering Teaching and Educational Research (IETER) will run on Saturday June 3 immediately preceding the annual summer conference. The workshops will be in the same location as the CEEA 2017 conference.  These workshops will include a significant number of active sessions to support participants’ interest, and include opportunities for networking and sharing.

The workshops will run from 9:00 to 4:30 with breaks and lunch.  They will run concurrently – so pick one!:

 

Further Details and Registration:

More information and registration details are available on the CEEA Institute (IETER) page on the CEEA Website: click here

 

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ACEG/CEEA 2016 Conférence

Join us in HALIFAX in June 2016!

Halifax, Nova Scotia

juin 19, 2016 - juin 22, 2016

The Canadian Engineering Education Association's Annual Conference - CEEA2016 will be hosted by Dalhousie University in Halifax - June 19 - 22, 2016.  

All areas of engineering education research and practice are invited, more specific information on the conference will be posted as it becomes available. This conference offers a unique venue for academics and practitioners to discuss recent trends in engineering education and education research.  The conference includes workshops, plenary sessions and technical sessions.
 

** Please note that all memberships must be paid in full to attain entry into the conference. **

WORKSHOPS ONLY - registration closes on June 15:

Workshop registration only option - please email administrator@ceea.ca directly.
Membership is required and the fee to attend the workshop only portion of the conference is a flat fee of $ 200.00.

WELCOME TO HALIFAX - tourism Halifax event page

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ACEG/CEEA 2015 Conférence

Éducation expérientielle en génie

Hamilton, Ontario

mai 31, 2015 - juin 3, 2015

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ACEG/CEEA 2014 Conférence

Soyez des nôtres à Canmore en Alberta pour la cinquième conférence annuelle en 2014!

Calgary, Alberta

juin 8, 2014 - juin 11, 2014

Soyez des nôtres à Canmore en Alberta pour la cinquième conférence annuelle de l'ACEG/CEEA en 2014!

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ACEG/CEEA 2013 Conférence

Le leadership en génie

Montréal, Québec

juin 17, 2013 - juin 20, 2013

La quatrième conférence annuelle de l'ACEG/CEEA se tiendra à l'École polytechnique à Montréal, Canada - au coeur de la dualité célèbre du charme du vieux continent imprégné de l'énergie nord-américaine !
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ACEG/CEEA 2012 Conférence

Examiner les orientations futures de l'éducation en génie

Winnipeg, Manitoba

juin 17, 2012 - juin 20, 2012

Cette année la conférence se tiendra àl'Université du Manitobadans la ville dynamique de Winnipeg (Manitoba) - au coeur du continent ! L'Association canadienne de l'éducation en génie (ACEG) est un organisme dont la mission consiste à «développer les compétences et la pertinence des diplômés des écoles canadiennes de génie par le biais de l'amélioration continue de l'éducation en génie et en conception. » Cette troisième conférence annuelle de l'ACEG continue de s'appuyer sur les efforts antérieurs du Canadian Design Engineering Network (CDEN) et du Canadian Congress on Engineering Education (C2E2). Nous encourageons fortement la vaste communauté des éducateurs en génie - des facultés de sciences appliquées et de génie, des arts, des sciences, de l'éducation, des collèges techniques, des bibliothèques, des centres de l'enseignement et de l'apprentissage, et de l'industrie à se joindre à nous. Les articles des étudiants sont également les bienvenus.

 

Réflexions sur la conférence ACEG 2012

U de M accueille la conférence ACEG 2012 

soumis par Amber
Skrabek le 8 août 2012-20:34

En juin 2012, la faculté de génie de l'Université du Manitoba a été ravie de recevoir à Winnipeg, au coeur du continent, des participants de 33 des 43 universités qui offrent des diplômes agréés par le BCAPG pour la 3ème conférence annuelle de l'ACEG.

Ce fût un événement axé sur l'avenir de l'éducation en génie très réussi. Les ateliers de pré-conférence sur la santé et la sécurité parrainés par Minerva Canada et les qualités BCAPG ont attiré environ 80 participants enthousiastes.

Au cours de la conférence, plus de 90 articles ont été présentés en trois séances simultanées. Un panel interactif d'une demi-journée qui a abordé le thème de la conférence (y compris des présentations par Ingénieurs Canada, la Fédération canadienne des étudiants en génie, l'industrie du génie et le Conseil canadien des doyens d'ingénierie et des sciences appliquées) a tellement suscité un large éventail de réponses que les participants ont convenu de prolonger la session d'une heure ! Le compte-rendu du panel sera transcrit et placé sur le site web de l'ACEG dans la rubrique publications.

Deux faits saillants non-techniques de la conférence de cette année ont été une soirée spéciale au lieu historique, Lower Fort Garry, pour un peu d'histoire, de la nourriture et des divertissements, et une visite du chantier du Musée canadien pour les droits de la personne. L'ACEG, conjointement avec l'Université du Manitoba et de l'Institut pour les sciences humaines, a également invité Terry Fallis, l'auteur lauréat de plusieurs prix littéraires (Best Laid Plans, The High Road), pour un discours drôle et éclairant intitulé "Une éducation en génie peut vous mener loin".

Le comité local des préparatifs a reçu beaucoup de commentaires positifs sur le site, les événements et la qualité et l'ampleur des présentations. Nous attendons maintenant avec impatience la 4èmeconférence annuelle de l'ACEG à l'École polytechnique du 17 au 20 juin 2013.

ACEG/CEEA 2011 Conférence

The Evolution of Engineering Education

St. John's, Newfoundland

juin 6, 2011 - juin 8, 2011

 

Canadian Engineering Education Association
Second Annual Conference – June 6-8, 2011
Memorial University – St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada

St. John's NewfoundlandWelcome to the 2nd Annual CEEA/ACEG Conference site. This year the conference will be held at Memorial University in beautiful St. John’s, Newfoundland.

The Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA) is an 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 second annual CEEA conference continues to build on the previous efforts of the Canadian Design Engineering Network (CDEN) and the Canadian Congress on Engineering Education (C2E2). We strongly encourage the broad community of engineering educators to join us – from faculties of engineering and applied science, arts, science, education to libraries, teaching and learning centres and industry. Relevant student papers are also welcomed.

 

ACEG/CEEA 2010 Conférence

Kingston, Ontario

juin 7, 2010 - juin 9, 2010

CEEA/ACEG 2010 INAUGURAL CONFERENCE

Held June 7-9, 2010
Queen’s University Kingston, ON, Canada

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.

Queen's University Campus ImageThe inaugural conference took place on beautiful and historic Queen’s University Campus in Kingston, Ontario, Canada

 

 

 

 

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CEEA/ACEG 2010 CONFERENCE

Speakers

2010 Conference speakers include:

Mrs. Margaret McCuaig-Johnston

Mrs. Margaret McCuaig-Johnston
Executive Vice President, 
NSERC

Mrs. 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.

Mr. George Roter

Mr. 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

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

Mr. Sean Conway
Special Advisor for External Relations to the Principal of 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.



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