2022 C.J. Mackenzie Gala of Engineering Excellence

Myron Stadnyk (BE'85)

Free Zoom Social and live broadcast 

Our Distinguished Lecturer: Myron Stadnyk (BE’85) 

The College of Engineering, in partnership with the host department of Mechanical Engineering, is honoured to celebrate Myron Stadnyk (BE’85) as the 45th C.J. Mackenzie Distinguished Lecturer. 

Mr. Stadnyk has over 35 years of oil and gas experience and was the former President and CEO of ARC Resources Ltd. before retiring in 2020.

6:30 PM CST - Zoom Social Begins |  7:40 PM CST - Live Broadcast Begins
Register Online: https://cjm.eventbrite.ca 

About the Zoom Social

You can now be part of the magic and excitement of the C.J. Mackenzie Gala from anywhere in the world! Join our Zoom Social, where you'll be able to network and connect with engineering industry representatives, USask Engineering students, and alumni from the comfort of your home.

After the social, you'll receive the link to the live broadcast of the Gala program including Distinguished Lecturer Myron Stadnyk's (BE'85 Mech) presentation, direct from the stage at Prairieland Park.

 

Interested in hosting a table (breakout room) at our Zoom Social?

Contact Kelsey Kougiya, C.J. Mackenzie Gala Coordinator, with your name, company and position: kelsey.kougiya@usask.ca

 

Can't make the Zoom Social?

Register for the Live Broadcast only and we'll email the link for you to tune in on February 1, 2022.

 

About our distinguished lecturer

Myron Stadnyk was the first operations employee at ARC after the company’s initial public offering to progress to Chief Operating Officer, President and Chief Executive Officer. Prior to ARC, Mr. Stadnyk worked with a major oil and gas company in both domestic and international operations.

Mr. Stadnyk is a leader and change-maker with his dedication to volunteering and serving on numerous boards like Prairie Sky Royalty, STARS Ambulance, Mancal Group and as a Director at Crescent Point Energy. He is Chair of our college's Engineering Advancement Trust which connects alumni to fundraise and support the next generation of engineers the world needs.