Nanotechnologies: What you can't see, can make a difference
Making a difference in people’s health, the environment and more – nanotechnologies and how to work at the nano-level are a whole new world in engineering innovation. Learn more about the nano-sized engineering technologies and entrepreneurial initiatives starting right here at Schulich. Brain-machine interfaces, nanocomposite materials, solutions for renewable energy storage and more!
Thursday, Feb. 25 | 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. MST
Schulich COVID-19 update
Schulich strong during COVID-19
Together, the Schulich School of Engineering community working to contribute to the overall UCalgary response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out how our researchers, students, alumni and staff are all doing their part to promote research that makes a difference, programs that set students up for success, and work in the community to help others.
University classes are taking place via alternate delivery
The Schulich School of Engineering continues to provide student and administrative supports remotely. Each of our administrative offices have shared email accounts which will be closely monitored, and staff will be responding to all individual queries in a timely basis.
Latest information on the fall term
The university will host fall term classes in a combination of remote learning and hands-on learning opportunities. We want to assure everyone that physical distancing practices and health guidelines for COVID-19 will be followed when / if you are on campus.
We recognize that you have questions about your classes this fall and how your studies will be impacted. We want to assure you that we will continue to deliver a rich learning experience to advance your education.
A student question and answer has been developed with details for some of the questions you may have.
Book a workspace
In keeping with limiting our numbers during COVID-19, students are asked to book their workspaces ahead of time. We've made it easy to book a student collaboration space in the CNRL Engineering Complex, or book work time in the Maker Multiplex and Zetta makerspace labs.
I've got questions. Who do I email?
Undergraduate student academic questions
Engineering Student Centre | firstname.lastname@example.org
Internship and student work placement questions
Engineering Career Centre | email@example.com
Discover Engineering team | firstname.lastname@example.org
MEng admissions or MEng program questions
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Engineering leadership program, student travel, clubs and teams questions
Student experience | firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate student, post doc and department administrative questions
Chemical and Petroleum, CBRE, CEERE | email@example.com
Civil | firstname.lastname@example.org
Electrical and Computer | email@example.com
Geomatics | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mechanical and Manufacturing | email@example.com
Dean’s office questions
SSE Marketing and communications team questions
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Expanding access to engineering
We will increase access to engineering by fostering a welcoming culture, establishing new paths into engineering and engaging our community to help engineers take their careers in new directions.
Enriching the student experience
We will amplify student opportunities inside and outside of the classroom, focus on helping graduates launch their careers, and support student mental health and resiliency.
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