On behalf of CSCE Saskatoon, thank you for making our 2016-2017 season a success! We were pleased to host numerous events this year, and have great attendance at each event. We look forward to seeing everyone in the fall, for our 2017-2018 year! Check back here, subscribe to our email list, or follow us on social media (Facebook or Twitter) to stay up to date with the events we have upcoming – we will be posting more here in the next month or two.
Once the rush of holiday season is over, the new year will be upon us! And we have a great line-up of programming lined up for the second half of our 2016-2017 season!
We have three more Nooners, starting in January. We’ll be hosting them at the Park Town, where we’ve had a great time hosting our first three Nooners of the year. We are ecstatic with the wonderful turnout that we’ve had thus far, and will be bringing more interesting topics and challenging projects in our Nooners for the rest of the season!
2017 Nooner Dates:
Wednesday, January 25th
Wednesday, February 15th
Thursday, March 23rd
Nooners start at 12 (noon), with presentation at ~12:30. Parking is free, and the buffet at the Park Town is always excellent! We appreciate advance RSVPs (tickets available through our Eventbrite pages), and welcome attendees at the door as well!
In the new year, we’ll be posting more here and on our social media channels (like us on Facebook; follow us on Twitter), and will be sending out information via our mailing list (which is easy to join if you haven’t already!) – just keep in touch! We look forward to seeing you for the second half of the season!
The full day seminar by Lisa Moretto scheduled for December 5th has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience or disappointment this may have caused. We will endeavor to hold a seminar sometime in the near future. If you have any suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com.
Extension! Abstract deadline is now December 14th, 2015!
Online abstract submission for the CSCE 2016 Conference in London is now live! You can choose either (1) to submit a paper and make a presentation or (2) to make a presentation only at the Annual General Conference or one of five International Specialty Conferences.
To download the call for papers flyer please click HERE.
SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT
London is proud to host the 2016 Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, on June 1-4, 2016! We will address the CSCE Strategic Direction “Leadership in Sustainable Infrastructure” through our theme RESILIENT INFRASTRUCTURE.
As well as the General Conference, we will also feature International Specialty Conferences in:
Natural Disaster Mitigation
Presentations of peer-reviewed papers at these Specialty Conferences and of relevant case studies by innovative practitioners, accepted through submission of an abstract only, will inform practicing Canadian Civil Engineers of new developments in infrastructure resilience.
For more details, visit www.csce2016.ca