Welcome to Indigenous Futures in Engineering, Queen's University

Programs

We invite Indigenous youth, their parents and teachers to participate in our on-campus and in community programs. Use the Contact form below to find out more about these programs!

Virtually In Stem 2021 


Virtually In Stem are FREE virtual workshops and/or home kits for STEM learners in grades 1 through 8. Students are introduced to the engineering design process in order to develop their critical thinking and imagination with topics focusing on and aligning with the Ontario’s Science curriculum.

Workshops for the 2021-22 year have concluded.

 

EMC and QSEA on-campus

EMC on-campusEMC is the Enrichment Mini Courses series, designed for highly motivated high school students who are interested in engineering, occuring in May each year. QSEA, Queen's Summer Engineering Academy, is offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's in the months of July and August.

Do you know an Indigenous student who might fit the bill for either of these programs? Encourage them to apply to the Monture Aboriginal Engineering bursary, in order to attend a one-week on-campus experience at Queen’s in 2023.

   

Community Engagement Projects    

PromoScience Outreach ProgramNSERC's PromoScience program has funded community outreach with AAE since 2013. We have travelled to community socials, pow-wows and festivals, and look forward to deepening Community Engagement over the next several years with the continued support of PromoScience.

Currently, Aboriginal Access to Engineering partners with community groups and educational organizations in geographic proximity to Kingston throughout the year. In 2022-23, sustained community partnerships are in place with First Nation schools in Akwesasne, Oshweken (Six Nations), New Credit, and Tyendinaga.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6, Canada

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