Welcome to Aboriginal Access to Engineering, Queen's University

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ENGWAY teepee raising

Grade 7 and 8 students from across Ontario participated in our Engineering Week for Aboriginal Youth (EngWAY) program this past week here at Queen's. On Tuesday, Elder Bernard Nelson led our group in a teepee raising at the Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre. Pictured is Bernard and AAE Director Melanie Howard, from a selection posted to the QueensU Flickr account.

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Aboriginal Council

The Aboriginal Council at Queen's met on April 14th and we made a presentation to the group about our work. Our own Nick Parcher (R) and Oke Maracle spoke about their experience with Aboriginal Access in the Engineering program.

melanie nick oke at aboriginal council

We're Civil Engineers now available

Join Haven Moses and Oke Maracle as they introduce you to their field of study, civil engineering.  This new comic book from the I'm an Engineer series is now available for order and to view online

"What Engineers Do" Activity Books

Our popular What Engineers Do activity books are available online!  These books for younger children are available in four languages:

English

Mohawk

Oji-Cree

Ojibwe

Video Contest

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Did you know that products of engineering are around you, every day? Share your video about engineering for a chance to win an iPad!

Contest closed June 20, 2014

New Book: I’m a Chemical Engineer

I’m a Chemical Engineer

The first in the We’re Engineers series, I’m a Chemical Engineer is a comic-book style booklet introducing youth aged 8-14 to a career in chemical engineering. Each title in the series features a young Aboriginal role model introducing their field; Siobhan Dooley welcomes you to explore chemical engineering!

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