Dear Toronto Section GOLD Members,
Are you interested in learning more about P.Eng Licensure to advance your
engineering career? If so, we have a MUST ATTEND lecture for you on
Thursday, October 23rd at 6pm.
IEEE GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) has invited Noreen E. Calderbank,
PEO Manager of Prelicencing program to deliver a lecture on "Professional
Engineering Licencing in Ontario".
This is an interactive and informative session in which you will be given
the opportunity to find answers to many of your questions regarding P.Eng
Want to win $10,000?! Register YOUR project in the IEEE Presidents’ Change the World Competition today!
What is it?
The IEEE Presidents’ Change the World Competition recognizes students who develop unique solutions to real-world problems using engineering, science, computing and leadership skills to benefit their community and/or humanity. Identify a global or local problem, develop a solution, then tell us how you have made a positive impact in the world.
IEEE Wine and Cheese
5PM, Wednesday, Oct 8
Dear Fellow Engineering student,
The IEEE Student Chapter at the University of Toronto is delighted to invite you for our 12th Annual Wine and Cheese in SF 1105, 5PM, Oct 8. 2008.
Are you looking to get involved in the professional engineering community? Find out career and academic opportunities? Connect and establish your networks? Most of all, spend some time hanging out with fun people who love engineering just as much as you do?
Where: SF B560
The ECE Student Peer Mentorship Program is going to host the first mentor meeting on Wednesday 6PM Sept 24 in SF B560. We are going to talk about how you can maximize your experience as a mentor and how you can better help your protege.
It goes without saying that free food will be provided!
BA 1180- Bahen Center for Information Technology
40 St. George Street, Toronto, M5S 2E4
Brian Savaria, P.Eng, Manager Codes, Standards, Regulatory Affairs
Eaton Corporation, Canadian Operations
Counterfeiting of electrical products is a growing global problem. Highly regulated in the sense that third-party certification or conformance to relevant product safety standards is required to meet installation code requirements in North America, counterfeits, by definition, do not conform.