POSITION AVAILABLE: Mechanical Engineering Research Assistant (Sr. Co-op) available with our Walker Advanced Manufacturing Innovation Centre team

Mechanical Engineering Research Assistant (Co-op) The Mechanical Engineering Research Assistant will have a comprehensive skill set to work with the Walker Advanced Manufacturing Innovation Centre team, Faculty Leads and Industry Partners on a variety of time-sensitive projects. The successful candidate may work on research projects or technical services in Additive manufacturing, Product Design & Development, …Continue reading »

WAMIC free webinar series kicks off Feb. 25th

These days, we are working harder in the midst of continued uncertain times. Niagara College’s Walker Advanced Manufacturing Innovation Centre is introducing a new educational webinar series – LEAD TIME to provide information on how you can introduce Industry 4.0 technologies to help your company work smarter, not harder. The first session: Thurs., February 25: …Continue reading »

Niagara Region & Niagara College host digital fundraising webinar

  As health and social service agencies move forward, it’s necessary to capitalize on digital fundraising strategies. Niagara’s Community Recovery Planning Table in partnership with Niagara College is hosting “Digital Fundraising and Donor Stewardship in the Time of COVID-19,” a live webinar open to all local organizations on Tuesday, February 23, 2021 from 11 a.m. to 12 noon. The …Continue reading »

R&I engineering grad lands dream job

Daniela Cortes is a 2018 graduate of Niagara College’s Mechanical Engineering Technician program and was a Research Assistant – Process Improvement for Research & Innovation’s Walker Advanced Manufacturing Innovation Centre (WAMIC) for 18 months. She also graduated from NC’s Business – Sales and Marketing program in 2015. Daniela is now a Global Applications & Technical …Continue reading »

Mechanical engineering student pursues path at R&I

Scott Leuty had his first real experience with using design and manufacturing processes when he joined his high school robotics team. His crew had to design and build a remote-controlled robot to complete various tasks in the style of a competitive game. He was hooked. His team entered tournaments in places like Myrtle Beach, S.C., …Continue reading »