Reports

Each year ONWiE produces a report to highlight the success of the programs. Have a look at this year’s and past reports and record of achievements for Go ENG Girl to see the effect initiatives have and how the programs have grown and evolved over the years!

“Closing the Gender Gap in Engineering – the Role of High School Physics” White Paper

Produced in 2018 on behalf of the University of Guelph by Mary A. Wells Dean, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, ONWiE Chair 2013-2018; Martin Williams, Associate Professor, Physics; Eamonn Corrigan, OCT, PhD Candidate, Physics and Valerie Davidson Professor Emerita, Engineering, ONWiE Founder for the consultation on K-12 education in Ontario.

Ontario Network of Women in Engineering Case Study: Indicators of Success and Reflections on Lessons Learned

Produced in 2019 by Mary A. Wells Dean, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Guelph, ONWiE Chair 2013-2018; Kim Jones, Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering, McMaster University, ONWiE Chair 2018 – Present, and Valerie Davidson Professor Emerita, Engineering, University of Guelph, ONWiE Founder.

Engineers Canada’s 2020 National Membership Report

Engineers Canada’s annual National Membership Report collects information from the provincial and territorial engineering regulators about their membership in order to paint a picture of the engineering profession in Canada. The 2020 report captures data from January 1, 2019, to December 31, 2019. Engineer members are categorized based on the definition of practice in each jurisdiction.