uOttawa Innovates is a panel discussion series connecting the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Engineering with its alumni, partners, and friends from the industry.

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Upcoming events

Fire in a forest.
Mar 21

Panel on a collaborative approach for a National Indigenous Climate Compass

uOttawa Innovates panel discussion on a collaborative approach to developing a National Indigenous Climate Compass.

Past events

You can watch the recordings of our past events on our Youtube channel.

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May 2

Panel on addressing climate change

Learn more about the importance of international collaboration in addressing climate change and how the Faculty of Engineering at uOttawa and Mexico’s…
Climate change
Climate change

Weathering climate change: uOttawa receives $1M from TD Ready Challenge for new…

The National Indigenous Climate Compass (NICC), an online data analysis tool, is the winning project of a 1-million-dollar grant from the TD Ready Challenge that will help Indigenous communities adapt to and mitigate climate change risks. The tool will be developed at the University of Ottawa collaboratively with the Faculty of Engineering’s Centre for Indigenous Community Infrastructure (CICI), Indigenous Tech.ai, and Indigenous communities.
The Tecnológico de Monterrey University in Mexico

Tackling Sustainability and Global Issues through International Partnerships

The Faculty of Engineering at the University of Ottawa has partnered with Mexico’s Tecnológico de Monterrey to collaborate on research projects to help resolve global issues such as sustainability and climate change.
Beatriz Martin-Perez, Michelle Liu and Jena McGill

Advocating for more inclusion in engineering through PhD research

Michelle Liu is an engineer (P.Eng), a civil engineering PhD student, a law student, and a fierce advocate for equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI). Empowered by experiences around her identities, she aspires to become an academic at the intersection of engineering and law, and has made EDI the core subject of her PhD research.