Civil Engineering student Sara Evely has served as an inspiration to her fellow female classmates as president of the Women in Engineering Society and to younger women considering careers in STEM.
Sarita Ekya (BEng’99) uses her project management skills to run S’MAC, a successful mac’n’cheese restaurant in Manhattan.
“There are so many opportunities for women who want to pursue a career in STEM. We, as women in STEM, need to be bold and go after our own dreams and goals where ever that takes us,” affirms Dr. Nancy Kilcup.
A role model to many, Denise Pothier (BEng’93) was recently named one the Top 100 Canada’s Most Powerful Women
Jean-Paul (JP) Deveau (BSc’79, BEng (TUNS)’81) is committed to the success and sustainability of the seaweed industries in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Maine, Ireland and Scotland.
Sidney Idemudia (BEng’14) knows that anything is possible with hard work and dedication. He works with African Nova Scotian students to help them discover the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. He’s also honing his skills as an entrepreneur with his clothing company.
Through extensive research over the past 20 years, alumnus and Dal Engineering professor Dr. Craig Lake (BEng (TUNS)’95) has advanced the understanding of how certain materials can help protect our soil and water from contamination.
Alumna Mary Beth Doucette (BEng’04) has been chosen as the recipient of a Vital Award at the Vital Cape Breton Excellence Awards earlier this month.
For telecommunications consultant Tony McFadden (BEng (TUNS)’85), self-publishing 10 novels may be his most ambitious project management challenge yet.