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As we face challenges over the years to come, we know that U of A Engineers will figure prominently in the solutions – as business leaders, researchers, innovators, and mentors to new generations of engineering graduates.

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UofA Engineer Alumni Magazine


The Fall 2017 issue of the U of A Engineer Magazine is available now.
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Oilsands Myths and Realities (PDF)
Dean Lynch's oilsands presentation

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