Impact of Annual Giving – 2013

The following list honours 2012-2013 Leadership Donors to the Faculty of Engineering (i.e. those who made an annual gift of $750 or more). The Faculty is immensely grateful to them and to all of this past year’s Alma Mater Fund donors, irrespective of the amount of their gift.


Impact of Annual Giving – 2012

The history of McGill Engineering is integrally linked to the history of Canada. From the birth of railroading and the opening of the West, to natural resource development, urban expansion and contemporary advances in bio- and nanoengineeing, our Faculty has played a leading role in training many of the men and women responsible for our nation’s industrial capacity and economic growth.


Impact of Annual Giving – 2012

The information in this 2012 annual giving impact report highlights the considerable change and remarkable growth that you have led at the McGill Faculty of Engineering.


Impact of Annual Giving – 2012

Your dollars ensure that McGill Engineering remains competitive and that it maintains its rightful place at the forefront of engineering education.


Impact of Annual Giving – 2012

Many alumni think that big gifts are the only way they can make a difference at the Faculty of Engineering. This sometimes makes individuals of more modest means feel the gifts they are able to give are unimportant. Nothing could be further from the truth.


February 2012

Commuter traffic is one of the less satisfying aspects of urban life, but what can we do about it? McGill Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics Department Professor Marianne Hatzopoulou and her team model the fine details of traffic to help municipalities direct traffic more efficiently.


September 2011

Recovering from a stroke demands arduous rehabilitation work that can sometimes prove difficult to assess and adjust.

McGill Mechanical Engineering students have developed a sensor glove that could help stroke victims relearn lost hand movements at home while being monitored remotely by a physician.


September 2011

Bioengineering plays an increasingly vital role in everything from manufacturing and health care to agriculture and environmental remediation.

A new McGill Engineering program in bioengineering will prepare students for a multitude of career options in the field.