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Students' "sweet" home design wins award
Students from the Queen's Solar Design Team (QSDT) have won the first-ever Home Sweet Home Student Challenge, a provincial sustainable home design competition.
The Queen's First Robotics Club is off to Toronto to compete in the First Robotics Toronto Regional Competition.
They are fresh off a great performance, making it to finals at the New York City Regionals earlier this month. Check back here to see how they make out at Toronto Regionals!
For more information on Queen's First Robotics check out their website at: http://kbotics.ca/
Queen's Engineering ranked #1 for quality of education in the
Globe and Mail's Canadian University Report 2011
The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science scores top marks for student satisfaction.
Have you heard about FIRST Robotics?
FIRST Robotics is a competition designed to motivate high school students to become engineers. The competition pairs high school and Queen's Engineering students to develop a competitive sports playing robot.
What will engineering become in the 21st century?
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More Design Teams
Queen's Engineering Solar Design Team has been designing vehicles since 1988. This year they have taken on a new mission: to build the most sustainable and intelligently designed home on the face of the planet. Have a look at what the team has been up to:
The Engineering Society
Formed in 1897, the Engineering Society of Queen's University, often known as EngSoc, is one of the oldest representative bodies for engineering students in Canada and continues to be a leader in student initiatives. The Engineering Society oversees some forty-five student-run initiatives ranging from design projects to services to fun social events. For more information follow the link.
To join the EngSoc Facebook group for the incoming class of 2015 simply search: "Queen's Engineering 2015"