Latest issue of engineering faculty’s WE Magazine focuses on sustainability, impactful alum and more
The changing global landscape is evolving the engineering profession. Find out how the Faculty of Engineering is adapting and contributing to a more sustainable future in the latest issue of WE, the faculty’s annual magazine.
This year’s feature article centres on a cluster of researchers tackling housing and food scarcity through a holistic lens to develop and design sustainable, long-term engineering solutions. You’ll read about the significance of preparing a diverse pool of leaders for the blossoming clean energy sector and how our researchers are partnering with industry to drive a nationwide change. You’ll learn that the University of Windsor is home to Canada’s first organization dedicated to countering threats to the connected transportation marketplace and how a faculty member is calling for a revolutionary change to production systems, consumption choices, energy systems, and technologies to achieve environmental stability.
You’ll also be introduced to two trailblazers: Lisa Lortie, an alumna who was recently named a leader in the North American auto industry and whose advice on navigating the automotive sector during the COVID crisis was published in a book; and Roman De Angelis, a third-year mechanical engineering student, professional driver, and Detroit Grand Prix winner who raises funds for children’s hospitals with his racing team.
WE is distributed annually to alumni, students, faculty, staff, and industrial and community partners of the faculty. To receive WE electronically and UWindsor Engineering’s quarterly e-newsletters, join the faculty’s mailing list.