Friday, February 25, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Edmonton City Centre East (in front of Grand & Toy and between escalators)
Friday, February 25, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Atrium, 55 Sunpark Plaza S.E.
2005 FOOD STRUCTURE CHALLENGE
This is a fun challenge for members and companies/organizations. The challenge
requires team effort, communication, creativity, imagination, building, resourcefulness,
great spirit and heart.
Challenge: Design and build a food structure for the charity of your choice.
Materials: Non-perishable food items. Strong adhesive tape.
Procedure (dates are a guideline only):
- February 21 to February 28: Collect and count non-perishable
- February 28:
1. Design and build your food structure in a public area of your company/organization.
2. Photograph your structure and upload your photo to the APEGGA link, below.
APEGGA will forward a certificate of participation to companies after National
Engineering & Geoscience Week.
- February 28-March 4: Display your food structure. Notify
local media about the challenge and invite them to photograph your structure.
- After March 4: Dismantle your food structure and donate
your food items to a charity of your choice.
ROCK 'N' FOSSIL ROAD SHOW
Tuesday, March 1, 11:00
Access TV and SciQ webcast at http://www.sciq.ca/rockfossil_qlive.html
The recently produced 23 minute video
which was filmed in October 2004 at Rock ‘N’ Fossil clinics in Edmonton, Canmore and Calgarywill debut as part of celebrations for National Engineering & Geoscience
Week. The video features members of APEGGA and research scientists from
Geological Survey of Canada.
Calgary (Grades 1-12)
Saturday, February 26, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Big 4 Building, Stampede Park
Peace Country (Grades 7-12)
Saturday, February 26, 12:30-4:30 p.m.
Grande Prairie Composite High School
Edmonton (Grades 1-12)
Saturday, March 5, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Shaw Conference Centre
PROVINCIAL SCHOOL CHALLENGE (Grades 1-12)
Province-wide during NEGW
Deadline for submission of results: Friday, March 11, 2005
Watch for information package, going out to Alberta schools January 10, 2005
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA
Monday, February 28 – Friday, March 4
This year the ESS will be holding its third annual Pi-Throw, an event to raise
money for local charity.
Participants pay a fee to send a pie to a friend, peer, professor, co-worker
or anyone else. Engineering students volunteer their time to prepare and deliver
the pies. A recipient may choose to buy the pie, re-direct it for a fee, take
the pie in the face, or not to participate.
This is a fun and amusing way to raise valuable funds for deserving charities.
The ESS ran this event last year and met with phenomenal success, raising over
$2000 for Habitat for Humanity Edmonton. This year the ESS is again going to
raise money for Habitat for Humanity Edmonton and hopes to surpass last year’s
Pie orders will be taken from Monday to Wednesday, with pies delivered Wednesday
through Friday. Companies or individuals hoping to participate are encouraged
to email Adam Henderson, ESS Pi-Throw Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, February 28 – 8:30 am, Engineering Teaching and Learning Complex
Sponsored by SNC Lavalin and hosted by the Engineering Students’ Society
in conjunction with the Faculty of Engineering, free pancakes will help to start
off the week on the right note.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Open House
Tuesday, March 1, 5:00-8:00 pm, Engineering Teaching and Learning Complex (ETLC)
The ECE department will host an open house to show Computer Engineering program
displays and lab tours; Engineering Physics program displays and lab tours; Nanofabrication
Facility tours; Electrical Engineering program displays and lab tours; and engineering
student projects such as the Autonomous Robotic Vehicle Project (ARVP) and the
Autonomous Aerial Robotics Group (AARG).
APEGGA Student Mixer
Tuesday, March 1, 5:00 pm, Engineering Teaching and Learning Complex (ETLC)
Hosted by APEGGA, this event provides a casual forum where students, engineers-in-training,
and professional engineers and geoscientists can chat and mingle.
Visions of Things to Come
Wednesday, March 2 - 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Come to CAB to view the capstone projects of future professional engineers, geologists
and geophysicists. Also on display are posters presenting some of the cutting-edge
research conducted by engineers and geoscientists at the University of Alberta.
National Engineering and Geosciences Banquet
Thursday, March 3 – 7:00 pm
The Banquet is a student/faculty/alumni mixer at the University of Alberta Faculty
Club, and is a great opportunity for students and industry alike to make connections
and have fun. Keynote speakers will include Brad Hogg, Computer Engineering graduate
(1994) and President of Vintacom, will speak on the subject of “Visions
of Things to Come” and also his own experiences and the obstacles he has
overcome. Dinner and keynote speakers will be followed by an informal meet and
Contact Elandri Roux, Banquet Coordinator, at email@example.com to
book tickets. Tickets are $35 per person for a three-course meal.
Please address questions or comments to Christa Sexauer, ESS National Engineering
and Geosciences Week Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Engineering Students’ Society | www.ess.ualberta.ca
Faculty of Engineering | www.engineering.ualberta.ca
UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY
Canadian Engineering Competition 2005
March 3 - 6, 2005
The Canadian Engineering Competition is an event that showcases innovative and
gifted engineering students. The competition promotes communication, design,
presentation, and ingenuity. The event also fosters an important link by connecting
students from across Canada with industry, government, and academia.
For more details visit www.cec2005.ca
Fluor Discover-E Classroom Presentations
Monday, February 28 - Friday, March 4
Various Calgary schools
Fluor Kick-off Breakfast
Monday, February 28
Fluor Canada Atrium, 55 Sunpark Plaza SE
Doughnuts, bagels and muffins in the
office atrium for Fluor staff to kick off National Engineering & Geoscience
Fluor Engineering Luncheon
Wednesday, March 2
A luncheon for all engineers at Fluor