Mandate:

To facilitate discussion on the identity and attributes of the Engineer of 2050, who will both shape and respond to future global trends.  This understanding will be facilitated through input from engineering educators, administrators, students and professional organizations on the future of technological development and the engineering profession. Activities include leveraging literature and resources to inform, guide and support new thought about the future of engineers and the profession, and sharing of resources to formulate ideas about the future and develop new engineering education strategies.  Findings will be disseminated to the CEEA-ACEG membership, engineering institutions, the profession and other interested stakeholders. 

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Librarians' Division

Chair: Kate Mercer

Promoting the effective and ethical exchange, use, and management of information in engineering education through collaboration between librarians, information specialists, educators, students, publishers, and content creators.

Humanities and Engineering

Chair: Lydia Wilkinson

A network of educators, academics and artists working within or studying the intersection between humanities and engineering; engineerswho engage in areas beyond engineering, and non-engineers who bring their perspectives to an engineering environment.

Engineering Entrepreneurship and Technological Innovation

Chair: Tate Cao, Wayne Chang

The mandate of the Entrepreneurship SIG is to create a Community of Practice (CoP) around engineering entrepreneurship education in Canada.