Larry Staples, P.Eng.
Neil Windsor, P.Eng.
An APEGGA past president and the Association’s top staff executive are among 42 new fellows inducted into the Canadian Academy of Engineering, during the organization’s annual general meeting in Calgary, July 13.
Larry Staples, P.Eng., APEGGA’s 86th President and an APEGGA life member, has an Association involvement spanning three decades.
Neil Windsor, P.Eng., APEGGA Executive Director & Registrar, has built his professional career on serving society. He’s been a cabinet minister in the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, and since 1996 has been the lead staff member at APEGGA.
Other Alberta engineers were also awarded. They are
Dr. Robert Day, P.Eng., a key player in the doubling of the size and improving the ranking of the Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary.
Dr. Fadhel M. Ghannouchi, P.Eng., who has 20 years of teaching and research work to his credit, in the area of radio frequency and microwave engineering.
Dr. Rangaraj Rangayyan, P.Eng., developer of several original techniques for biomedical signal and image processing.
Dr. Janet Ronsky, P.Eng., who has made significant contributions to research and education in biomedical engineering.
Dr. Nigel Shrive, P.Eng., one of the world’s leading engineering academics and a pioneer in bio-engineering.
Ludo Zanzotto, P.Eng., who for almost 40 years has been making contributions to engineering research and knowledge, particularly in the material science of asphalt.
Through the Canadian Academy of Engineering, Canada’s most distinguished and experienced engineers provide strategic advice on matters of critical importance to their country.
The academy is an independent, self-governing and non-profit organization established in 1987. Members are nominated and elected by their peers to fellowships, in view of their distinguished achievements and career-long service to the engineering profession.