Community Engagement

Memorial University's Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science engages with our local community in a number of ways.

Through our Speaking of Engineering Public Lecture series we educate general audiences on topics of broad interest - with an engineering focus. This lecture series is sponsored by the Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Newfoundland and Labrador. 

The F.W. Angel Lecture is named for the late F.W. Angel and the firms with which he was associated. This public lecture brings in an esteemed guest speaker to highlights engineering-related topics.

Our Summer Camp Program is for ages 9 to 17. Participants learn what it's like to be an engineer through robotics and arctic engineering programs.

The faculty's annual open house is a great way for kids of all ages to start learning about a career in engineering and especially useful for high school students who are thinking about an undergraduate degree at Memorial engineering.