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Why join the Schulich community?

From leading the world in advances in biomedical engineering breakthroughs to pioneering our digital future, from improving how we live together to caring for our environment, Schulich researchers and educators are at the forefront of positive change. You can be too.

  • Be part of a strong and vibrant community that respects and values diversity and inclusion
  • Work and collaborate in high-quality laboratories and teaching spaces
  • Live in Calgary, voted as the number one most liveable city in North America
  • Benefit from strong partnerships with industry and a wide range of opportunities for multi-disciplinary work
  • Be energized by making a difference in the lives of others and answering the call to serve humanity
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A new era in engineering education and research

As a faculty or staff member with a home like the Canadian Natural Resources Limited Engineering Complex, you’ll work, research or teach in bright and airy offices, state-of-the-art labs, and an exciting network of peers across the University of Calgary campus. Together, let’s continue to transform engineering education, create capacity to graduate more highly skilled engineers and drive innovation across Alberta and beyond. Together let’s become a catalyst for a connected world!

Message from the Dean

The Schulich School of Engineering is a dynamic place to work. We support a collaborative and multi-disciplinary research environment, and focus on emerging techniques to help students make deeper connections through their learning experiences. We are committed to building a globally recognized, diverse, welcoming and inclusive team so that we can move our engineering school forward - together.

Through our 2019-2022 strategic plan Catalyst for a Connected World, we are committed to enhancing our global research impact, expanding access to engineering and enriching the student experience. We are achieving these goals by:

  • Accelerating research innovation by matching strengths with opportunities, becoming internationally recognized research leaders and changing lives
  • Increasing access to engineering by fostering a welcoming culture, establishing new paths into engineering and engaging our community to help engineers take their careers in new directions
  • Amplifying student opportunities inside and outside of the classroom, focusing on helping graduates launch their careers, and supporting student mental health and resiliency

With today’s evolving technologies, economy and environment – it’s time to be come a catalyst for change.

As a proud faculty within a research-intensive university, we want you to consider joining us as we take this exciting journey together.

Bill Rosehart, PhD, P.Eng.
Dean and professor, Schulich School of Engineering
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Learn more

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Departments and Centres in the Schulich School of Engineering

Departments and research centres in the Schulich School of Engineering garner an average of $30 million in research funding a year, and are home to approximately 3,500 undergraduate students, 1,400 graduate students and more than 170 faculty members.

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