Mar 1, 2020 - Mar 31, 2020
Throughout the Province of Nova Soctia
2020 National Engineering Month– There’s a Place for You!
This year’s National Engineering Month committee has been hard at work to bring together an outstanding list of events in March, and now we need your help! Mark your calendars, call your friends and family, and register early for some of our more popular events. We have provided an overview of activities here, but encourage you to check out the Engineers Nova Scotia Event’s page for updates and more information, as other events may be added as we approach the month of March!
Student-Professional Pizza Socials—These events provide an informal discussion forum with students about what it’s really like after university. Grab a slice of pizza and share your experiences with the engineering students about what it’s like to work in your world; whether in government or private sector, research and development or production, in the field or in the office. Time and time again we hear from the students that this is a very valuable opportunity for them to ask questions that help them decide what employment sectors are right for them after graduation. Many members who have participated in the past have found the experience to be equally rewarding. Feel free to join us at any of the universities! For the most up to date information and specific locations, please refer to the National Engineering Month section of the Engineers Nova Scotia website
Dalhousie Truro – Date TBD Dalhousie Sexton – Date TBD
St. Mary’s – Date TBD
CBU – Date TBD End of year Engineering banquet by the end of March
Spotlight on Local Innovation—March 5th at 5:00PM – Westin Nova Scotia (Commonwealth Room) Join Engineers Nova Scotia for our Spotlight on Local Innovation on Thursday, March 5th, 2020, to celebrate National Engineering Month by highlighting interesting projects and research led by engineers in Nova Scotia. Purchase your tickets through the Engineers Nova Scotia Events website.
Young Professional / Student Networking Event—March 10th 5:30 – 7:30PM – Room B225, Dalhousie University Sexton Campus, Halifax The Young Professionals Committee is hosting a Professional Development and Networking Event for engineering students and interested professionals on Tuesday, March 10th from 5:30PM - 7:30PM at Dalhousie University, Sexton Campus (Room B225). Guest speakers have been invited to discuss the following topics:
Licensure - Genanne Beck, P.Eng.
How to Land the Interview - Krista DeCoste, Talent Acquisition Specialist, Fleetway Inc.
Mental Health Resources for Engineering Students - Jack.OrgDalEng
A pizza social will follow presentations.
Register for this event through the Engineers Nova Scotia Events website.
Acadia Engineering Banquet March 12th at 6:00pm—9:30pm in the Acadia’s Sheldon L. Fountain Learning Commons Details to come.
5th Annual NEM Curling Bonspiel—March 14th from 1:00PM to 8:00PM – Halifax Curling Club, 948 South Bland Street, Halifax
Team registrations are now being accepted for this year's National Engineering Month Curling Showdown. Each team must consist of at least 2 Engineers Nova Scotia members. Every team will get to play 4 one hour (3-end) games. Compete to establish your team's bragging rights for the year as Nova Scotia's top engineering curling team! The cost is $200/team and includes pizza in the lounge after the games. There are only 8 team spaces available, so register today! Please contact Christine Larocque at email@example.com to register via email or call 902-491-1213 to register by phone.
The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer Ceremony (Camp 7) - March 14th at 2:00 pm – Cunard Centre, 961 Marginal Road, Halifax, NS Celebrate the achievement of our province’s newest class of engineering graduates by attending the annual Iron Ring Ceremony. All engineers with an Iron Ring from any Camp are encouraged to attend.
Hockey Night in Halifax: Halifax Mooseheads VS. Moncton Wildcats
March 21st at 4:00PM – ScotiaBank Centre, 1800 Argyle Street, Halifax
Go Moose Go! Purchase your tickets through the Engineers Nova Scotia Events website. Tickets are $14 for adults and $6 for children (2-12). There is a limit of four (4) tickets per member, if there are more people in your group contact us for availability.
National Engineering Month Public Display March 28th at the Halifax Central Library, 5440 Spring Garden Road, Halifax
Displays – 1st floor, 9:30AM to 2:00PM Come out to our signature event at the Halifax Library! There will be fun and games for the kids, displays including university student projects, engineering historic sites and other engineering projects from around HRM and Nova Scotia, and yes… there will be robots! This year we will be continuing with paper-based construction challenges on-site for the whole family, new robot competitions, and an opportunity for teens (and parents) to tour through the new IDEA buildings at Dal (register before lunch). We hope to see you there!
Dalhousie Engineering Capstone Conference (DECC) April 6th, 9:00AM to 3:00PM – Westin Nova Scotian, Halifax
Showcasing Student Innovation with Industry Partners The Dalhousie Engineering Capstone Conference (DECC) is the largest event for senior year engineering students, incorporating all engineering disciplines within the Faculty. The conference gives students the opportunity to showcase how their Capstone Projects integrate course work and engineering design skills to provide innovative solutions to local industry partners.
The conference is a celebration of the innovation landscape that is developing in Nova Scotia; it highlights students who will go on to work as professional engineers, continue to research through postgraduate studies, or pursue design ideas through Dalhousie’s ideaHUB and its innovation-based programs. For more information: https://www.dal.ca/faculty/engineering/capstone-program/capstone-conference.html