Students in professor Lindsay Miller-Branovacki’s class “Engineering and Society” will share with interested members of the University community the chance to hear from Cory Jones of Neegan Burnside Indigenous Engineering and Environment consulting company.
Jones will present via MS Teams on “Experiences Delivering Infrastructure to Canadian Indigenous Communities.”
Jones is Anishnaabe from the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation and has spent the last 25 years at Neegan Burnside working with Indigenous communities on projects from wastewater treatment to renewable energy.
UWindsor president Robert Gordon will deliver opening remarks starting at 1 p.m. today — Thursday, July 13. Click here to join the session.