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ACEC leaders honored by Queen’s University 


Awards recognized contributions to engineering excellence

As part of celebrating its 125th anniversary, the Queen’s University Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has recognized 125 alumni, faculty members and students for their contributions to engineering excellence.

Among the alumni recognized was Anne Poschmann, the first woman to be chair of the ACEC board of directors. Anne enjoyed an esteemed career as a geological engineer and principal with Golder Associates and has served as a role model for many women in engineering. In 2014, the Women's Executive Network named Anne as one of Canada's Most Powerful Women.

Also recognized was current ACEC President and CEO John Gamble who has been a leading advocate and spokesperson for the consulting engineering sector and its important contributions to our economic, social and environmental quality of life.

The awards were presented by Faculty Dean Kevin Deluzio at a ceremony in Kingston, Ontario on March 29, 2019.