The licensing and regulating body for the province’s professional engineers cited Dr. EIMaraghy’s intense passion for the profession and community.
With more than three decades as a volunteer on its Academic Requirements Committee, EIMaraghy has pioneered and been instrumental in improving the Professional Engineer designation application process. He serves as the committee’s vice chair and chairs the distance education subcommittee, helping to develop guidelines and criteria for evaluating the credentials applicants acquire through distance education.
ElMaraghy is currently a member of the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board and has served on the Canadian Engineering Qualification Board.
The order is an honorary society of Professional Engineers Ontario to recognize those who have rendered conspicuous service to the engineering profession.