“In honour of Ada Lovelace Day, Science World invites you to celebrate women working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This event highlights five inspiring women who are making a big impact in STEM. Hear their thoughts on what it’s like to work in STEM fields, along with their insights on how we can be part […]
On September 30, eng•cite director, Sheryl Staub-French will be a featured panelist for The Vancouver Board of Trade “The Morning Leader: The Changing Face of Leadership and Partnership” panel. Join members of the Women’s Leadership Circle as they discuss how you can create an effective partnership to drive your personal and professional success. Click here […]
Registration is now open for Engineering for Your Classroom! Registration closes on October 19 or when the event is full.
Registration is now open for Engineering Explorations 9! Registration closes on October 12 or when the event is full.
The #MyEngspiration contest is officially over and we would like to thank each and every one of you who posted entries! While there are absolutely no losers and every single entry was valuable, there definitely are 3 lucky winners. As promised, we conducted a random draw and the following three lucky people will each receive […]
Want to win a $75 pre-paid visa? This year, eng•cite is launching our first Social Media Giveaway from August 10-24. We will have three $75 pre-paid visas up for grabs. All you have to do it post using #MyEngspiration about what inspires you about engineering, whether you are in engineering or not. Help us create […]
Lilith Professional 400 Young Leaders Program has spots in the upcoming program scheduled for August 11-16, 2015. This program is designed specifically for highly motivated emerging female leaders in grades 10, 11 or 12. The program is open to any future female leader who is interested in exploring dynamic careers in a variety of fields, […]
Sheryl Staub-French was awarded the 2015 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award from the School of Engineering at Santa Clara University. This award honours alumni whose accomplishments in their professions, communities, and/or service to the School of Engineering have set them apart. Since obtaining her bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at Santa Clara, Sheryl Staub-French went on […]
Article: Professor Sheryl Staub-French Demystifies Engineering for University of British Columbia Students
Director of eng•cite, Sheryl-Staub French, was recently profiled in OneDublin.org’s Women in STEM series. OneDublin.org: How do you describe engineering? Dr. Sheryl Staub-French: “There are a lot of misperceptions about engineering. Engineering is a creative, collaborative, rewarding profession that helps people in communities. Engineering is focused on making people’s lives better through the application of […]
“I’ve learned not to get discouraged by the small things and keep pushing for success – big or small.”