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By Costa Maragos Posted: July 10, 2017 6:00 a.m.

(l-r) Engineering students Luc Dinh, Brittany Sippola, Mike Badger and Dr. Kelvin Ng, associate professor in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.(missing is Keneni Debia).
(l-r) Engineering students Luc Dinh, Brittany Sippola, Mike Badger and Dr. Kelvin Ng, associate professor in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.(missing is Keneni Debia). Photo courtesy of Michelle Kenny.

A new club for engineering students is off to a great start.

The U of R chapter of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, has been given a ‘Shining Starts” award at the organization’s annual conference in Vancouver, June 2, 2017.

“Since it was our first year on campus, we couldn’t be happier with the result,” says Mike Badger, president of the club. “We worked very hard planning career nights, student competitions, and contributing two thousand plus hours of work to the U of R Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race team in which we won the Best New School Award in Winnipeg in February.”

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The engineering student team received the Shining Starts Award at the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering annual conference in Vancouver. Photo courtesy of Kelvin Ng.

The students have also hosted information sessions bringing in experts to talk about areas of interest including The Regina Bypass Project and construction of Regina’s new Mosaic Stadium.

The Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) was created to develop and maintain high standards and promote advances in the field.

The formation of the campus club was fueled by the students’ interest in civil engineering.

They got the idea after attending an event hosted by Dr. Kelvin Ng, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, on behalf of the CSCE South Section.

“We’re excited to promote the profession on campus and expand what opportunities are available to students,” says Badger. “Before starting this club, we all had an extensive history of student involvement on campus with some of us in senior roles in organizations such as Engineers Without Borders and the Regina Engineering Students Society.”

The students say they look forward to furthering the club’s presence on campus, including promoting the civil engineering profession to all students and the community.

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