An alumnus of the University of Windsor has been named an Officer of the Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) Order of Honour.
Dedicating over two decades to the advancement and promotion of engineering, Sean P. McCann (BASc 1989, MASc 1993) has been recognized for his voluntary contributions to the community and engineering profession. He was inducted into the Order at a virtual gala on June 19, 2021.
McCann was inducted as a Member of the Order of Honour in 2006 and serves as a PEO Windsor-Essex Chapter executive. He has also taken positions on PEO’s Continuing Professional Development, Competency and Quality Assurance Task Force, and Advisory Committee on Volunteers.
“As a PEO Windsor-Essex chapter executive, Sean has been invaluable in providing the board with input and recommendations on various chapter activities and issues,” says a statement released by PEO.
“His contribution and insight have proved to be invaluable for the engineering profession and community.”
McCann was elected as the Windsor-Essex Engineer of the Year in 2016. He is a prominent role model for engineering students at UWindsor, regularly speaking on campus, and helps organize events aimed at inspiring children with education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).