Dear Mohandes Members,
Mohandes Annual General Meeting will be held on May 6th 2015 at 6:30 pm, at Sheraton parkway hotel. We would like to invite all the members who wish to nominate themselves for Board of Directors to send us a short bio and a brief statement about their willingness to help Kanoon
Please remember only paid members (Regular, Grad or Undergrad Students) can be nominated or vote in this event, however event is open to public.
If you are interested to become a candidate, please submit your application via this form before May 1st. We would appreciate your time and encourage you to make a great contribution in building a better Mohandes.
For conditions, eligibility requirements & BOD duties please refer to Mohandes Constitution Page.
As an amendment to the changes approved by the members in 2014 AGM, addition of the following clause will be discussed in Mohandes 2015 AGM:
Add a new clause 3-6: The word "Science" in clause 3-1 (b) and 3-2 (c) refers to "Engineering related Sciences".
For AGM 2015 registration, please go to the event page here.
This presentation will discuss the input to and output from the science enterprise in Canada in comparison with other nations. It will also explore the position of science in the 21st century in relation to the rest of society, the challenges and the opportunities facing scientific community.
Science today, impacts every aspect of our society including the economy, public policy and politics, international affairs, social innovation, communications and more. The ever-changing nature of science along with transformative technological advances and fundamental changes in our world, have all affected the nature of the interaction between science and society. Scientific community needs to be prepared for new paradigms in its relationship with society.
About the Speaker:
Dr Mehrdad Hariri is the founder and CEO of the Canadian Science Policy Centre, a not for profit organization working as a virtual HUB for science technology and innovation policy in the Canada.
First national annual Canadian Science Policy Conference (CSPC), a forum dedicated to the Canadian Science Technology and Innovation (STI) Policy issues. The CSPC is the largest national multi-disciplinary and multi-sector conference in Canada, engaging hundreds of organizations and individuals from across the country, various disciplines and industry sectors to discuss the most pressing issues in Canadian Science Policy.
For more info about Mehrdad and event registration please go to event page here.