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Avery Williams works on a project at Innovative Automation.
An engineer with aspirations—Avery Williams (BEng’22) isn’t afraid of a challenge
December 13th, 2022
By Tracey Skehan “My family has a long history of engineers, including my father, and with my love of science and math, it made sense for me to become an […]
Dr. Farhan Ghaffar electrical engineering professor
Creating space age technology
December 7th, 2022
By Kari Klassen With the world becoming increasingly more dependent on smart devices, the importance of components that can be used by various devices and employed in a variety of […]
Student at their desk during co-op
Is Co-op Important for Students?
November 23rd, 2022
Why Co-op Could Be the Most Valuable Part of Your Education If you plan to take electrical engineering or computer science, co-operative education (co-op) could be the most valuable part […]
Student in class on laptop
7 Things To Consider When Choosing A Postsecondary Education
November 18th, 2022
So, you’re thinking about going away to college or university. With so many college and university programs available to you across Canada, how do you choose? Don’t be pressured, it’s […]
Matthew schraa
Student codes, teaches robots at local engineering firm
October 11th, 2022
Engineering student Matthew Schraa says it was his high school guidance counsellor who suggested he apply to the Lakehead-Georgian collaborative program in electrical engineering, but it was the hands-on component […]
Julia Johnston with her dog down at the waterfront
Julia Johnston is a quadruple threat
September 29th, 2022
Singer, actor, dancer…destroyer of invasive weeds? Julia Johnston is not a typical university student, but that’s what makes her such a dynamic member of the Lakehead Orillia campus. “My entire […]