Chancellor Robert Thirsk and the UCalgary Senate invite you to attend the
2018 Lecture of a Lifetime featuring Lynne Cowe Falls
Oh the places you'll go: Engineering Lessons from a Childhood Muse
Don’t miss Lynne Cowe Falls as she offers an entertaining and inspirational perspective at this year’s Lecture of a Lifetime. Discover from her career highlights the unique possibilities that come from lifelong learning.
Date: Wednesday, April 4, 2018
Time: Doors at 5:45 pm, Event begins at 6:30 pm
Location: MacEwan Hall A/B, University of Calgary main campus (map)
Parking: Public parking is available in various lots on campus (map)
Coffee and tea will be served
Lynne Cowe Falls, PhD, P.Eng. is a professor emerita at the University of Calgary's Schulich School of Engineering, where she taught materials and environmental engineering. Prior to joining the University of Calgary in 2001, Lynne had a 20 year career in consulting with an emphasis on the design, development and implementation of pavement, asset and infrastructure management systems.
As the Schulich School of Engineering’s inaugural Director of Students, Lynne was responsible for student success programming and developed the Maier Student Leadership Program.
Lynne is an award-winning teacher, prolific author, and has been elected as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, the Engineering Institute of Canada and the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering. In 2011, she was awarded the Order of the University of Calgary.
Hosted by the University of Calgary Senate, the Lecture of a Lifetime series showcases the talent and achievements of leading scholars and celebrates outstanding service to the university, its students and the greater community.