- October 31, 2011
In June 2011, the College of Engineering submitted a report to the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) addressing issues raised during the 2008 accreditation visit. The CEAB has reviewed the report and extended the accreditation of the following programs until June 30, 2015: Agriculture & Bioresource Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Physics, Geological Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
The Computer Engineering and Environmental Engineering programs were recently reviewed and received accreditation by the CEAB until June 30, 2014.
- September 15, 2011
In February 2011, a team from the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) visited the College of Engineering to review two of our programs, Computer Engineering and Environmental Engineering. The visit resulted in a renewed three-year accreditation of the Computer Engineering program and a first-time, three-year accreditation of the Environmental Engineering program. The first graduates of the accredited Environmental Engineering program convocated in June 2011.
All nine engineering programs offered through the College of Engineering are now accredited with the CEAB.
- August 23, 2011
University of Saskatchewan geological engineering researcher Chris
Hawkes is putting the squeeze on rocks in a project that will involve
laboratory testing and the development of new, powerful computer
simulations to find out how to inject carbon dioxide (CO2) deep
underground and make sure it stays there.
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- May 06, 2011
On April 13, 2011, a group of twenty six University of Saskatchewan students from Physics and Engineering Physics, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering enjoyed the company of Canadian Astronaut, Commander Chris Hadfield, during a CSA-sponsored breakfast at the Saskatchewan Science Centre. Commander Chris Hadfield shared his experiences pertaining to his career in aerospace, including the scientific and engineering aspects of spaceflight, his experiences as both a test pilot and astronaut, and descriptions of his work with reference to concepts such as aerodynamics, center of pressure, and thrust vectoring. The experience has given the students an increased
appreciation of their current studies and an awareness of future
opportunities that are available in scientific research and the space
industry in Canada.
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