Join us as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Math and Engineering program!
The Prestigious 'Apple Math' Program Celebrates 50 years at Homecoming. The only program of its kind in North America, Queen's Mathematics and Engineering has evolved over the years to reflect trends in engineering and in the job market. What has remained constant throughout is the program's ideal of excellence. Nowhere is this more visible than in the tremendous success Mathematics and Engineering alumni and alumnae have enjoyed in industry and academia over the years. We will come together with two events over the homecoming weekend to celebrate our grads' success.
Friday October 13, 2017Meet old friends and other alumni over drinks and canapés at the University Club (cash bar).
Saturday October 14, 2017We will start with breakfast at 9.00am followed by an engaging morning of presentations and discussion with alumni and alumnae. Reconnect with the program and offer your insight into the key trends that will shape the next 50 years. Lunch will be served at 11.30am and finish in time for the football game.
Events will be held at the University Club
- Kevin Deluzio (1988, Applied Mechanics, Dean of Engineering and Applied Science, Queen's University)
- Vijay Bhargava (1970, Control and Communications, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, UBC)
- Siobhan Powell (2016, Applied Mechanics, PhD student in Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University)
We would love you to join us for both events or either, depending on your schedule. Registration for both events is $60. Friday only is $10 per person, Saturday only $50 per person including breakfast and lunch.