The Class of Science '87 is supporting the following priorities for our upcoming 30th Reunion: Aboriginal Access to Engineering, David J. Turcke Building Partnerships Fund in Civil Engineering, and David W. Bacon Distinguished Speaker Series.
Aboriginal Access to Engineering: This fund will support outreach programming to inspire young Aboriginal people to develop an interest in math and science, promote engineering as a post-secondary field of study and help Aboriginal students' success in engineering programs at Queen's.
David J. Turcke Building Partnerships Fund in Civil Engineering: Established to honour the memory of David J. Turcke, and his significant efforts in establishing strong and on-going links with the civil engineering industry. The fund will support the costs associated with building and maintaining industry partnerships.
David W. Bacon Distinguished Speaker Series: Established to support the costs associated with bringing eminent academics or leaders from the spheres of research and practice in Chemical Engineering to Queen's University campus.
Please consider supporting one or more of these priorities in honour of our upcoming 30th Reunion this Homecoming!