engineering and geoscience, management, consulting practice, diversity, municipal engineering, and structural engineering. Presentations are 1 hour and 15 minutes in length , including time for questions and answers. To learnmore about presenting at the conference, or to submit a proposal, visit egbc.ca/Call-for-Presenters . Entries must be received by February 28, 2019. Presentations for the purpose of promoting or selling specific products, services, or providers will not be considered. Presentations should be educational and tailored to members. For additional information, email email@example.com . MARK YOUR CALENDERS FOR THE 2019 CONFERENCE AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Planning for Engineers and Geoscience BC’s 2019 Conference and Annual General Meeting in October is already underway. The event will be held October 17–19, 2019, at the Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre in Kelowna, BC. The conference is a unique opportunity for our members to hear leading speakers, network with other professionals and government and industry representatives, and take in two days worth of professional development sessions. The event caps off with the association’s Annual General Meeting. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org .
SEEKING PRESENTERS FOR 2019 ANNUAL CONFERENCE Do you have a technical, business management, or personal development topic, or a case study that could benefit other engineering and geoscience professionals? Engineers and Geoscientists BC is seeking session presenters for its 2019 annual conference in October, in Kelowna, BC. The association looks for topics and case studies on current industry trends that will interest, instruct, or inform delegates on issues that affect the professions. The deadline for proposals is Thursday, February 28, 2019. The 2019 conference and annual general meeting will be held October 17–19, 2019, at the Delta Grand Okanagan Resort and Conference Centre in Kelowna. Engineers and Geoscience BC’s annual conference brings together engineers, geoscientists, technologists, academic faculty, government representatives, industry leaders, students, and other members of the community for two full days of professional development, speakers, events, and networking. About 800 delegates are expected to attend the 2019 conference. The professional development sessions are a central part of annual conferences. Last year, sessions included streams on better business, the emerging professional, energy efficiency and renewable energy, engineering and geoscience in the resource sector, environmental
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