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        Program Highlights 1984-1993

                                                  

        Research & Development: Making Canada Stronger
        Walter F. Light, P.Eng., Chairman and CEO, Northern Telecom Inc.
         
        New Products: The Key to Canada’s Economic Survival
        Kirk Foley, President, Urban Transport Development Corporation
         
        Engineering for the Global Market Place
        Rodrigue J. Bilodeau, P.Eng., Chairman and CEO, Honeywell Limited
        "Canada must become genuinely international in character and in its industrial policies,
        which will require more of the risk-taking that has spawned today’s world-class
        Canadian companies. In becoming a stronger global competitor, however, we must ensure
        that we enrich Canada both materially and culturally."
         
        Engineering and Canada’s Future Opportunities
        Gordon H. Thomson, P.Eng., President, Esso Petroleum Canada
         
        Research in Robotics
        Andrei A. Goldenberg, Ph.D., University of Toronto
         
        Canadian Engineering: The Next Hundred Years
        Philip A. Lapp, Ph.D., P.Eng.
         
        Building Bridges: Linking Technology and the Arts
        Samuel C. Florman, P.E., Author: The Civilized Engineer;
        Blaming Technology; The Existential Pleasures of Engineering
         
        Role of Failure in Successful Design
        Henry Petroski, Ph.D., P.E., Author: Beyond Engineering; To Engineer is Human
         
        The Environment: Our Common Future
        W. Roy Aitken, P.Eng., Executive Vice-President, INCO Limited
        "The vitality of the environment has been a subject of much discussion
        for the last two decades. From our perspective, it’s time to stop talking - and take action."
         
        Sustainable Development - Aims and Objectives                                  
        Richard A. Findlay, P.Eng., Director, Ontario Round Table on Environment and Economy
        MichaeI I. Jeffery, Q.C., Chairman, Ontario Environmental Assessment Board
        Gary S.  Posen, Deputy Minister, Ministry of the Environment
        George N. Werezak, Ph.D., P.Eng., Manufacturing Manager, Dow Chemical Canada Inc.
        Adam H. Zimmerman, Chairman, Noranda Forest Inc.
         
        The Global Environment - Reassessing the Thread
        Tom G. Brydges, Ph.D., Director, Secretariat for the Changing Atmosphere, Environment Canada
        Alan G. Davenport, Ph.D., P.Eng., Director, Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel, University of Western Ontario
        Henry A. Regier, Ph.D., Director, Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Toronto
        David Wardle, Ph.D., Research Scientist, Atmospheric Environmental Service, Environment Canada
         
        Energy, Resources and Ecology
        James E. Guillet, Ph.D., Prof., Dept. of Chemistry, University of Toronto
         
         
         
        Engineering Flexibility: Canada’s Strategic Edge
        William R.C. Blundell, P.Eng., Chairman and CEO, General Electric Canada Inc.
        "To achieve a competitive edge we must understand and embrace the priority of productivity, make the
        transition to the leadership style of the 90’s and focus on business strategies that leverage our indigenous
        strengths ... Vision is the glue that takes the place of much of the hierarchial structures of the past ...
        Canada must use flexibility to compete and win in the global arena. Increasing flexibility requires a high
        commitment to teamwork and empowerment of the workforce at all levels ... There is a major challenge
        ahead to expand Canada’s science-based innovation infrastructure, and in particular to upgrade our pool
        of scientists and engineers, both in terms of quality and quantity ...
        The reality is that if we want to keep Canada Canadian, we have to keep Canada competitive."
                                                                          
        Shaping Canadian Engineering Resources to Meet the Challenges of the Future
        Gary W. Heinke, Ph.D., Dean, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, University of Toronto
        William R.C. Blundell, P.Eng., Chairman and CEO, General Electric Canada Inc.
        Dormer M. Ellis, Ed.D., P.Eng., Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
        James M. Ham, Past-President, University of Toronto; President, The Canadian Academy of Engineering
        Claudette MacKay-Lassonde, P.Eng., Director, Premier Accounts, Northern Telecom Canada Limited
        Jaqueline Morgan, President, Engineering Student Society Council
         
        Reflections on the Future of Engineering
        Ursula M. Franklin, C.C., Ph.D., F.R.S.C., Professor Emerita, University of Toronto
         
        The New World Order - Canada at the Cross Roads   
        Geraldine Kenney-Wallace, Ph.D., F.R.S.C., President, MacMaster University
        J. L. (Jack) MacMillan, B.Sc., President, PPG Canada Inc.
        Terrence H. Matthews, P.Eng., President, Newbridge Networks Corporation
        David R. McCamus, Chairman, Xerox Canada Inc.
        Alan G. Davenport, Ph.D., F.R.S.C., P.Eng., V-P, The Canadian Academy of Engineering
         
        The New World Order - A Wake-Up Call for Canada
        David G. Vice, P.Eng., Vice-Chairman, Northern Telecom Limited
         
        Industrial Waste Management: Conscious Strategies in Action
        Walter Curlock, Ph.D., P.Eng., Vice-Chairman, INCO Limited
         
        Understanding the Life Support System: The Need for New Science and Engineering
        William S. Fyfe, Ph.D., F.R.S.C., Prof., Dept. of Geology, University of Western Ontario
         
        Innovative Engineering and Canda’s Industrial Renewal
        Thomas A. Brzustowski, Ph.D., P.Eng., Deputy Minister, Premier’s Council on Economic Renewal
        Alan G. Davenport, Ph.D., F.R.S.C., P.Eng., President, The Canadian Academy of Engineering
        Stephen G. Snyder, P.Eng. President, Noma Industries Limited
        Brian Fischer, P.Eng., Senior Vice-President, Imperial Oil Ltd
         
        Industrial Renewal: A Contribution in Making Canada Stronger
        Gerald J. Maier, P.Eng., Chairman, President and CEO, TransCanada PipeLines Ltd.
         
        Energy Efficiency and Conservation
        Nick Markettos, P.Eng., Senior Policy Advisor, Ministry of Energy
         
        Technological Innovation and Economic Growth
        J. Fraser Mustard, M.D., F.R.S.C., C.C., President, The Canadian Institute for Advanced Research
         




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