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CCWESTT 2018 Conference will showcase emerging knowledge on diversity and inclusion in SETT fields

Dr. Margaret-Ann Armour, Chair of the WinSETT Centre, will be the Honourary Chair of CCWESTT 2018. The Conference will bring together national and international representatives from corporations, government, NGOs, universities, colleges, and professional associations who are addressing issues of diversity and inclusion.

For more information, please see the following links:  Conference VisionCCWESTT 2018 Why AttendCCWESTT 2018 Why Sponsor

WinSETT Centre Receives Funding to Challenge Implicit Bias and Stereotyping in Alberta SETT Industries

On July 19, 2017, Terry Duguid, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Status of Women Maryam Monsef, announced Government of Canada funding of $354,128 for a three-year project of the WinSETT Centre. In accepting the funding, Dr. Margaret-Ann Armour,...

WinSETT Presents at American Society of Civil Engineers National Convention

The WinSETT Leadership Program was highlighted as key legacy of the Becoming Leaders Handbook at the recent annual convention of the American Society of Civil Engineers in Portland Oregon.

Honorary Degree for Margaret-Ann Armour

WinSETT Chair Margaret-Ann Armour received an Honorary Doctor of Science Degree from the University of Edinburgh.

WWEST's Great New Book on Gender Diversity in STEM

WWESTT has just published a new book, Gender Diversity in STEM - A briefing on women in science and engineering. Click here for more info.

petroforma laboratories is new Bronze Sponsor

WinSETT is pleased to announce that petroforma laboratories is a new Bronze Sponsor

CCWESTT 2016 - Call for Abstracts

The CCWESTT National Conference, Sustaining Growth for Innovation - Bringing Women to the Forefront, will be held in Ottawa May 3-6. The Call for Abstracts information and forms are available here, with deadline for submissions Jan. 30, 2016.

Félicitations Dr. Eve Langelier

Dr. Langelier specializes in tissue biomechanics. As the new Chair for Women in Science and Engineering in the Québec Region, one of her goals is to work with female secondary school students to develop their confidence and interest in science...

Congratulations to Dr. Lesley Shannon

Dr. Lesley Shannon, Associate Professor in the School of Science and Engineering at Simon Fraser University, named the  NSERC Chair for Women in Science and Engineering (B.C./Yukon) for 2015-2020.

Husky Energy New Platinum Sponsor

Husky Energy has become the WinSETT Centre's inaugural Platinum Sponsor.