Resident named new director of McMaster School of Engineering Practice

News Oct 23, 2009 Ancaster News

Professor of civil engineering Samir Chidiac has been appointed the new director of the Walter G. Booth School of Engineering Practice at McMaster University for a five-year term. Prof. Chidiac is a resident of Ancaster.

Prof. Chidiac will be responsible for overseeing the direction of the school and the expansion of graduate programs offered to engineering professionals. The school is home to three centres which provide interdisciplinary education and research at the Master’s level. They are the Xerox Centre for Engineering Education and Innovation, Dofasco Centre for Engineering and Public Policy, and the General Motors of Canada Centre for Engineering Design.

Resident named new director of McMaster School of Engineering Practice

News Oct 23, 2009 Ancaster News

Professor of civil engineering Samir Chidiac has been appointed the new director of the Walter G. Booth School of Engineering Practice at McMaster University for a five-year term. Prof. Chidiac is a resident of Ancaster.

Prof. Chidiac will be responsible for overseeing the direction of the school and the expansion of graduate programs offered to engineering professionals. The school is home to three centres which provide interdisciplinary education and research at the Master’s level. They are the Xerox Centre for Engineering Education and Innovation, Dofasco Centre for Engineering and Public Policy, and the General Motors of Canada Centre for Engineering Design.

Resident named new director of McMaster School of Engineering Practice

News Oct 23, 2009 Ancaster News

Professor of civil engineering Samir Chidiac has been appointed the new director of the Walter G. Booth School of Engineering Practice at McMaster University for a five-year term. Prof. Chidiac is a resident of Ancaster.

Prof. Chidiac will be responsible for overseeing the direction of the school and the expansion of graduate programs offered to engineering professionals. The school is home to three centres which provide interdisciplinary education and research at the Master’s level. They are the Xerox Centre for Engineering Education and Innovation, Dofasco Centre for Engineering and Public Policy, and the General Motors of Canada Centre for Engineering Design.