Engineering Pathways

Welcome to engneeringpathways.org a site devoted to the exploration and dissemination of research on engineering and engineering education in Canada.

Through research conducted by Dr. Sandra Ingram and her collaborators, published works at both the industry and classroom levels focus on key themes such as:

  • Mentorship and career satisfaction in engineering
  • Gender differences
  • The value of educational work experiences (co-op internship and/or summer work experience) in influencing career mobility
  • Communication styles and effective teamwork

Principal InvestigatorDr. Sandra Ingram

Sandra Ingram, Ph.D., is a SSHRC award-winning scholar and Associate professor in Design Engineering, Associate Chair (NSERC Design Engineering) and adjunct professor in Biosystems Engineering at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada. Dr. Ingram is responsible for teaching the technical communication course in the faculty as well as an integrated approach to communications in the Biosystems Engineering department. Her research interests include professional skills in engineering, internationally educated engineers, co-operative education programs, women in engineering, and post-graduate training of engineers.