Written by Anna M Lewis, Women of Steel and Stone features 22 thoroughly researched and engaging profiles of architects, engineers, and landscape designers.
Discover the stories of women working at NASA in this inspiring video. They also offer videos on women in NASA working in mathematics, technology, and science in their Aspire to Inspire video series!
Yvonne Lin, Design Engineer at Smart Design, talks about the value of an engineering degree. Studying engineering teaches you how to think through problems, and will help you learn how to innovate quickly in foreign spaces!
This 2010 report is a brief review of some of the available statistics on women in science and engineering in Canada from pre-university to post graduation, and the gender preferences for science and engineering education and careers are highlighted.
Engineers Canada has released a labour market study that shows Canada will be short of experienced engineers in the next decade. The report “Engineering Labour Market in Canada: Projections to 2025″predicts the number of engineers Canada will need.
Interested in a career in engineering? This document will give you more information about all the opportunities that exist within the engineering field, and which type of engineering may be for you.
These camps take place at the Canada Games Centre in Halifax. There are several camps offered in different age ranges, and allow kids to use building blocks, motors, and remote controls to explore the basic principles of engineering, architecture, science, and mechanics.
WEPAN (Women in Engineering Proactive Network) is a site where professionals can collect, organize, describe, and make accessible a range of resources related to women in STEM. Visitors to the webpage can also find reports about engineers and what the organization is doing to support engineers newly in the field.
This pamphlet created by Engineers Canada focuses on the importance diversity in the workplace.