CEEA ACEG Membership
Annual memberships are valid from April 1 through March 31.
Membership opportunities extend to individuals as well as educational and professional/industry organizations.
Professional – One Year
Our standard membership for individuals engaged or interested in Engineering Education. All members are able to participate in the CEEA including hold office, vote on all matters submitted to the membership, and to petition the board of directors on any matter.
Professional – Three Year
Our standard membership for individuals engaged or interested in Engineering Education who want a multi-year payment option. All members are able to participate in the CEEA including hold office, vote on all matters submitted to the membership, and to petition the board of directors on any matter.
A discounted membership for students currently enrolled in an institution and studying Engineering. Student members shall enjoy all privileges of the Association.
*Students may be asked to provide official confirmation of their status.
A Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science, Engineering School or College that offers Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board accredited programs or any Technical College that offers Engineering Technology programs. The Dean/Director, or his/her designate, from such an institution will be entitled to all rights and responsibilities of a Professional Membership. Additionally, the membership includes one additional professional membership to an employee of the Organization.
Any company or legally established organization having an active interest in supporting the objectives of the CEEA. Affiliate members shall identify a representative who will be entitled to all rights and responsibilities of a Professional membership. Additionally, the membership includes one additional professional membership to an employee of the Organization who has never been a CEEA member previously.
The designation of Fellow honours individuals who have demonstrated noteworthy service to engineering education, engineering leadership, or engineering design education through their work with CEEA-ACEG.
Robert Brennan – University of Calgary
Ron Britton – University of Manitoba
John Donald – University of Guelph
Sylvie Dore – École de technologie supérieure
Greg Evans – University of Toronto
Andrew Fisher – Memorial University
Jason Foster – University of Toronto
Brian Frank – Queen’s University
Amy Hsiao – University of Prince Edward Island
Clifton Johnston – Dalhousie University
Sean Maw – University of Saskatchewan
Susan McCahan – University of Toronto
Peter Ostafichuk – University of British Columbia
Michel Perrier- Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Mary Robinson – University of Waterloo
Lisa Romkey – University of Toronto
Doug Ruth – University of Manitoba
Filippo Salustri – Ryerson University
Jillian Seniuk-Cicek – University of Manitoba
David Strong – Queen’s University
Gordon Stubley – University of Waterloo