Chairs: Marnie Jamieson & John Donald

Engineered systems are often complex. The sustainable design and operation of complex systems are often done via an organization. As a discipline, engineering leadership and management studies the intersection of the human and technical requirements for the effective and sustainable operation of these complex systems.

Sustainable engineering leadership and management is informed by technical, economic, environmental, safety, and societal constraints and risk management.

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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.