Alumni & Friends

Welcome alumni and friends!

As alumni, you are part of a rich and vibrant history at the University of Saskatchewan. As an engineering alumnus, you are part of a unique, dynamic community who is invested in the success of the engineering profession, your alumna mater and you, as an engineer. With over 12,000 living engineering alumni, the College of Engineering is committed to keeping you engaged and active through communications, alumni relation events, stewardship, alumni chapters, the Engineering Advancement Trust group, our annual Thorough publication and supporting services and benefits to you, our alumni and friend.

Contact your College of Engineering College Advancement team:
engr.alumni@usask.ca or 306-966-2633

Stay in Touch

Fellow U of S engineering alumni are a great source of information and mentorship. You are part of a 100 year history and are encouraged to stay connected with alumni groups and your alma mater. Whether you are establishing your career outside the province or have selected to stay and work in Saskatchewan, we provide opportunities to meet and develop professional networks with fellow graduates.

Volunteer

Interested in volunteering? Please contact our alumni relations team for more information. Some of the ways for you to share your time and talents with the College of Engineering are:

  • Coordinate or help out at an alumni event in your area
  • Help out at the CJ MacKenzie Gala
  • Be a member of an advisory board or committee
  • Talk to prospective students who are considering Engineering

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Alumni Groups

Calgary Chapter
For information please contact Steve Heidt or engr.alumni@usask.ca

Edmonton Chapter
For information please contact Daryl Nixon or engr.alumni@usask.ca

Female Engineers, Architects, and Technologists Saskatoon (FEAT)
For information please contact FEAT or engr.alumni@usask.ca

If you would like to join a chapter or start a new chapter in your area, please email engr.alumni@usask.ca.

Events

Calgary U of S Engineering Alumni 26th Annual Golf Tournament & Social

All alumni, friends & guests welcome!
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 2017
Silverwing Links - 3434 48th Ave NE, Calgary AB
Registration: 11:30 AM
Tee Time Start: 12:30 PM sharp
Social: 5 PM with a dinner (steak and trimmings)
Register online before spots sell out!
Please note: payment will be collected by a member of the Calgary Engineering Alumni Chapter AFTER your online registration is complete.

Engineering Class of 1962 55th Reunion

September 2017, Saskatoon, SK
To RSVP or more information, please contact your class representatives: Bill Powell and George Squires

Engineering Class of 1987 30th Reunion

Tentatively scheduled for 2017
To RSVP or for more information, please contact the College of Engineering Alumni Relations office at engr.alumni@usask.ca

Engineering Class of 1953 Reunion

Tentatively scheduled for fall 2017
To RSVP or for more information, please contact the College of Engineering Alumni Relations office at engr.alumni@usask.ca

Save the Date: 42nd C.J. Mackenzie Gala of Engineering Excellence

January 23, 2018
To sponsor, reserve tickets or for more information, please contact the College of Engineering Event Coordinator at engr.alumni@usask.ca

Nominations

Wall of Distinction

The Engineering Alumni Wall of Distinction was created to honour lifetime career achievements of distinguished engineering alumni for their contributions to the field of engineering or who have made an impact on the people and world around them. Any graduate from the College of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan is eligible to be nominated.

To nominate someone for the Wall of Distinction, please fill out the Nomination Form by April.

Iron Rings

Iron Ring Replacements

If you are an alumnus of Kipling Camp #4 (Saskatoon), and you've lost or damaged your ring or the old one no longer fits comfortably, a replacement can be ordered.

An email to:kiplingcamp4@gmail.com will result in an autoreply that will list the information that will help us find and verify your obligation number and process your request for a replacement.  It will also include payment options and instructions. For reference, the information needed will generally include:

  • Full name (at Obligation; please note any changes)
  • Mailing address
  • Phone number
  • Email address
  • Year of ceremony
  • Discipline
  • Ring size

Rings cost $20.00 Canadian. Your ring will be mailed to you once payment is received. (In Saskatoon, replacement rings can be purchased in person by contacting current Camp Secretary, Denard Lynch, P.Eng., in advance by calling 306-966-5473.  Office: 3B11, Engineering Building, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon.)

Payments and correspondence can be mailed to:

Kipling Camp #4
P. O. Box 22036
Saskatoon, SK  S7H 5P1

Note: Electronic correspondence and payments are preferred and can be handled more quickly. This service is provided by volunteers; we appreciate your patience while we process your order.

New Rings: The Iron Ring Ceremony

To obtain an iron ring initially, qualified candidates must be deemed worthy, and participate in an iron ring ceremony called "The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer".  Kipling Camp #4 generally conducts ceremonies twice per year; in the spring and the fall.  

Note: This information is provided as a courtesy to our graduates. The College of Engineering and the Corporation of the Seven Wardens Inc./Société des Sept Gardiens Inc. are independent bodies.

Support the College

Why not direct your support to where it all began? As a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, you surely have fond memories of your experience in your college. The College of Engineering values the strong support of its donors. Choose to make your impact in an area that interests you.



We are currently raising funds for the following specific projects:

  • College of Engineering Student Support Fund
Donations to the College of Engineering Student Support Fund will go directly to enhancing the College of Engineering's facilitated study sessions, which are designed to support and supplement students' first-year course work. Available to all first-year engineering students to help them through the difficult transition to first-year engineering, these study sessions are part of the college's ongoing commitment to student success.
  • Engineering Advancement Trust (EAT)

The Engineering Advancement Trust (EAT) was created in 1986 to establish a source of funding to maintain the currency of the College’s undergraduate program and provide assistance with College and student initiatives.  The EAT serves as the College’s general trust where all donations through the Annual Fund or the Calgary Campaign are directed, unless otherwise designated by the donor. Traditionally the College uses these funds to upgrade and replace equipment in the undergraduate student labs but funds can be directed to where they are needed most.  The EAT is administered by a Board of Trustees comprised of alumni from college of engineering. Each member is appointed by the President of the University, under recommendation of the Dean.

Fore more information, please visit EAT 2012 Funding Decisions.

  • Dean's Fund

The Engineering Dean’s Fund was created in 1998 with a gift of $50,000 from an anonymous donor. It was the donor’s wish that the gift be used as a ‘matching challenge’ to encourage additional contributions to this fund from other donors. The long term objective is to grow this Fund to $1M dollars in order to create a permanent source of funding to support the highest priority needs of the college.

In addition to contributing to the endowment portion of the Dean’s Fund, donations have also been used to provide immediate support to our engineering students. In 2003, the College entered into a formal agreement with the Saskatoon Engineering Students’ Society (SESS) for that purpose. Each year the College provides financial support from the Dean’s Fund to assist student groups and associations that proudly represent the College in pre-professional activities, conferences, and design competitions across Canada and beyond. Strong support to the Dean’s Fund has allowed the College to increase the financial assistance from the previous amount of $12,500 to $20,000 per year.

Whatever area you might choose to direct your donation, the College of Engineering welcomes your support. For further information or discussion, please contact engr.alumni@usask.ca or (306) 966-5273.

Scholarship Recipients

2016-17 College of Engineering Scholarship Recipients

Award Recipient(s)
1999 Chemical Engineering Conference Scholarship(s)  Wilson Kagabo
A. F. Hinderks Scholarship Mitchell Schmidt
AECOM Group Scholarship Fund Allison Kruger
Agra Memorial Scholarship in Honour of Lawrence H. Lashyn David Ferris
Agrium Award in Engineering  Nimra Dar

Al & Gisele Schreiner Scholarship

Avery Cornelius
Brandon Thompson
Amec Foster Wheeler Scholarship in Engineering  Evan Latos
Associated Engineering Scholarship  Matthew Lashyn
Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan Prizes - APEGS     Kennedy Bay
Cheryl Cartier
David Ferris
Jeremy Gaudet
Matthew Lashyn
Daniel McCloskey
Matthew Palsich
Adam Pichler
Kirsten  Van Marion
Ritish Rawat
Erin Sloboda
B. Ramsay and D. MacDonald Memorial Scholarship Anna Campbell
Brian Eckel Memorial Scholarship Sarah Keene
Cameco Corporation Scholarship in Engineering  Nail Hagar
Jason Lawrence
Geraldine Sadia
Matthew Unruh
Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering Award (Medal) Cheryl Cartier
Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering Gold Medal Adam Pichler
Charles Edward Bell Scholarship  Jesse Gordon
Clarence R. Forsberg Memorial Scholarship Jennifer Regier
Class of 1961 Chemical Engineers (CEGUS’61) Scholarship  Julia Batiuk
Evangellos Wiegers
Class of 69 Mechanical Alumni Award Victor Olkowski
Clem & Joan Roles Scholarship Trust  Weicheng Wang
Colonel E. Churchill Memorial Scholarship  Xiaoyi Mao
Concentric Associated Civil Engineering Award Wanying Shi
CSCE Saskatoon 2004 Annual National Conference Scholarship  Caleb Meginbir
Logan Morhart
Donald E. Kramer Award in Mechanical Engineering Andrew Epp
Michael Ludtke
Douglas Durie Memorial Scholarship Cheryl Cartier
Samuel Delesalle
David Ferris
Alexander Gramiak
David Hantke
Jiongrui He
Brayden Heck
Patrick Hunchak
Madeline Martel
Daniel McCloskey
Nicklas Neufeld
Khanh Nguyen
Erik Olson
Martin Papuga
Adam Pichler
Chase Podhorodeski
Wesley Ridgway
Austin Roberts
Geraldine Sadia
Ashley Stock
Dow Chemical Canada ULC Scholarship Madeline Martel
Dr. Edsel Darby Memorial Scholarship  David Hantke
Dr. J. D. (Jack) Mollard Graduate Scholarship Jennifer Regier
Dr. Jack Mollard Scholarship in Technical and Professional Communication  Connor Dobko
Dr. L. A. Thornton Scholarship  Matthew Lashyn
Dr. M.U. Hosain Graduate Scholarship in Structural Engineering Kien Doan
Engineering Class of 1959 Scholarship Alexander Gramiak
Erik Olson
Engineering Class of 1960 Scholarship  Lukas Fehr
Engineering Class of 1962 Award  Jansen George
Caylin Lee
Engineering Class of 1962 Award  Adam Lozinsky
Anton Palazo
Dhanesh Somanah
Fred F. Atkinson Engineering Scholarship Levi Haapala
Erik Hopfauf
Blaine Simonson
George Carter Scholarships Prachee Misra
Sheida Shiri
Jeremy Gaudet
Ethan Johnson
Stephanie Lipoth
George Ira Hanson Postgraduate Award in Energy Research Chen Li
George Listwin Scholarships Ting Hin Chui
Sarah Keene
Bjorn Vors
Gordon Kirby Scholarship  Adam Pichler
Graham Construction Scholarship  Kennedy Bay
Greig-Lovell Scholarships  Christopher Bespflug
Andrew Espiritu
Antoine Garez
Francois Garez
  Slade McKee
Theodore Singh
Gunnar Hagblom Scholarship (Sask Masonry Institute Inc. Endowment)  Amir Rezaeivahdati
Nipun Tissera
Harold Balmforth Memorial Prize  Sierra Francis
Austin Pizzey
Harry T. Danyluk Scholarships Cameron Jensen
Jonathan Simonson
Hugh Robert Skinner Scholarship Sejuti Fatima
Stefan Heincke
Adam Van Aert
Hugh Ross Mackenzie Post-Graduate Research Scholarship Fund Godfred Yeboah
Hugh Rudolph Scholarship Mitchel Knaus
IEEE NSS Academic Award(s)  Brendan Nykoluk
Ethan Paramor
J.M. Sharpe Memorial Scholarship  Le-Ping Mao
James and Belva Martin Engineering Scholarship  Kerstin Jensen
Reizelle Mae Malenab
Layne Mullen
Chase Podhorodeski
Janet Anderson-Thomson  Olga Savkina
Janet S. Clark Prize in English  Mitchell Cassidy
Jeanette Gertrude Traynor Award  Landry Warnez
John Anderson-Thomson   Ryan Caufield
John Deere Scholarship Ben Low
Kyle Robertson
Kevin Van Cleave Memorial Scholarship Erika Pettigrew
Kramer Ltd. Engineering Graduate Student Award Timothy  Gadzella
Lauretta Schoenau Scholarship  Debdatta Das
Lindsay Bedard Award for Women in Engineering  Xiaoyi Mao
Margaret Messier Scholarship for Women in Engineering Erika Erlandson
Mawdsley Memorial Book Prize Stephanie Lipoth
MESA Scholarship  Alexander Sacher
Michael Gareau Memorial Award  Mackenzie Steffen
Milton Fair Scholarship for Aboriginal Engineering Students  Evan Corrigal
Morris Fast Memorial Award  Dylan Harpham
Nolan Hunter
Curtis Puetz
Murray Doig Robb Scholarship  Donovan Lavoie
Nasser Family Gold Medal for Excellence in Leadership, Scholarship & Sportsmanship  Khanh Nguyen
Nasser Family Gold Medal in Innovation, Scholarship and Sportsmanship Erika Pettigrew
Neil Hutcheon Prize Raphael Mercier
P.N. Nikiforuk Scholarship  Ashley Stock
Patrick Terrance O’Kane Memorial Award  Sean MacDonald
Paul Del Frari Book Prize  Michael Trask
PCL Construction Scholarship  Kennedy Bay
PotashCorp Aboriginal Scholarship AnneMarie Dewar
Rochelle Hartman
PotashCorp Scholarship Manojkumar Balakrishnan
Riley Dobrohoczki
Andrew Epp
Kelsey Friedrich
Derek Halls
Thao Hoang
Keegan Jellicoe
Zenon Kripki
Dawson Lutz
Sierra Mann
Le-Ping Mao
Brett McCormick
Shauvik Sidhu
Evan Steffenson
Jessica Wilson
Professor Bruce Milne Memorial Book Prize  Thomas McLellan
Pursuit of Passions Scholarship in Engineering  Brandon Thompson
R. Lal Kushwaha Graduate Scholarship Jingjing Han
Robert J. and Joyann M. Genereux Scholarship  Nicklas Neufeld
Ruth and Eber Pollard Scholarship in Engineering Physics  Lukas Fehr
S.E.S.S. Peter Nikiforuk Outreach Scholarship  Nimra Dar
Saskatchewan Mining Association Environmental Scholarship  Leslie Squire
Saskatoon Engineering Society Book Prize  Daniel McCloskey
Saskatoon Geotechnical Group Prize  Jonathan Simonson
SaskPower Industry Awards  Cody Diederichs
Sarah Keene
Kelten Pratt
Alexander Scott
Schwieder Memorial Scholarships in Engineering  Louis Nguyen
SED Systems, a division of Calian Ltd. Scholarships David Fairbairn
Shell Canada Mechanical & Chemical Engineering Scholarships  Logan Sanderson
Slapkauskas Scholarship in Engineering  Nathaniel Haven
Society of Petroleum Engineers (Lloydminster Section) Louis Nguyen
Spectrum Scholarship  Mitchell Schmidt
Teruo Natori Scholarship Fund  David Hantke
Jiongrui He
Daniel McCloskey
Khanh Nguyen
Matthew Palsich
Christin Parton
Erika Pettigrew
Beauregard Schlageter
Norman Wong
The Andrew Lenkei Scholarship in Mechanical Engineering  Garett Earl
The CME Scholarship  Amy Bunyamin
The Douglas Patton Hogg Memorial Award Mostafa Aghbolghy
The Dr. Viktor A. Pollak and Mirka B. Pollak Scholarship(s) Mohammad Wajih Alam
Thorvaldson Undergraduate Scholarships  Cheryl Cartier
Toyota Automotive Engineering and Safety Scholarships Rajat Chakravarty
Dustin Eichhorn
Shahriar Islam
Adesola Olufade
Mohsen Sanayei
University of Saskatchewan Scholarships  Cheryl Cartier
Samuel Delesalle
Yuan Ding
Brayden Heck
  Andrew Heleta
Patrick Hunchak
Madeline Martel
Ian McConkey
  Alexander McNabb
Martin Papuga
  Adam Pichler
Wesley Ridgway
  Daniel Surkan
Brayden Twarynski
University of Saskatchewan Undergraduate Scholarships  Joshua Becker
Brady Booth
Cameron Brennan
Yiwen Chen
Bryce Cox
Clayton Daku
Kelly Erker
Derek Fagan
Brandon Goodsman
Vladimir Gorovikov
Liam Graham
Kevin Krantz
Mohamed Mabrouk
Zachary MacKay
William Merrett
Brett Nociar
Kirstin Olsen
Anya Ostryzniuk
Ethan Paramor
Austin Pizzey
Arthur Proctor
Vern Riehl
Troy Salzl-Borzel
Yuchen Si
Nikoo Soltan Mohammadzadeh
Leslie Squire
Dylan Zaluski
W.R. (Buck) Staples Scholarship  Ashley Hermanson

Publications

Engineering Advancement Trust (EAT) Report to Donors 2016
Engineering Advancement Trust (EAT) Thank You to Donors 2015
Engineering Advancement Trust (EAT) Report to Donors 2014

Thorough

Thorough is the College of Engineering’s alumni magazine, named for our Thorough crest and motto.

Archived Issues

The Eng Info - Saskatoon Engineering Students' Society (SESS) newsletter

The Sheaf - the University of Saskatchewan student newspaper since 1912

On Campus News: The University of Saskatchewan campus newspaper