The opening event for "So You Think You Can Engineer" week by the Queens university chapter of Engineers Without Borders.

Panelists:

Joshua Pearce
Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering at Queen’s University where he teaches courses in Applied Sustainability at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

Richard Day
Autonomy-oriented theorist and practitioner, whose work focuses on creating non-statist, non-capitalist, post-colonial, sustainable alternatives to the dominant global order. He works and teaches at Queen's University.

David Price
Vice President of Member Learning with Engineers Without Borders Queen’s, increasing members’ understanding of human development, social justice, and the engineer’s role within these. He is in his 4th year of civil engineering at Queens University.

Brian Surgenor
Professor of Mechanical and Materials Engineering at Queens University and Associate Dean of the faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.

Jonathan Vandersteen
PhD graduate from the Civil Engineering Department at Queen's University, currently working as a post-doctoral fellow at the School of Engineering at the University of Guelph.

Moderator

Amy Buitenhuis
Fourth-year Applied Mathematics student and Co-President of the Queens chapter of Engineers Without Borders.

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