Publications on History of Engineering

1. R.D. Findlay, "A Brief History of Engineering Education in North America and Particularly at the University of New Brunswick", written at the request of the Engineering and Forestry Faculty Association and presented before the New Brunswick Labour Relations Board, September, 1978. (1200 words)
2. R.D. Findlay, "The First Engineering Instruction in Canada", commissioned article, Atlantic Life, Vol. 1, November, 1978, 1500 words.
3. R.D. Findlay, "The Inception of Engineering Education at the University of New Brunswick", Engineering Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 1, February, 1979, 1750 words.
4. R.D. Findlay, "Hurd Peters, Civil Engineer", Engineering Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 1, February 1979, 750 words.
5. R.D. Findlay, "Some Engineers and Others", Engineering Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 1, February, 1979, 500 words.
6. R.D. Findlay, "The Inception of the Civil Engineering and Surveying Programs at the University of New Brunswick", Invited Paper, Annual Report of the Association of New Brunswick Land Surveyors, Vol. 26, April, 1979, pp. 39-50.
7. R.D. Findlay, "Early Engineering Education in British North America", Proceedings, ASEE Frontiers in Education, Philadelphia, PA, October 3-5, 1984, pp. 289-295.
8. R.D. Findlay, "1854: The Teaching of Engineering Begins", in IEEE Canadian Region Centennial Press Book: Electricity, the Magic Medium, edited by W.H. Prevey, IEEE, June 1986 ( see also www.ieee.ca/diglib/library/electricity/pdf/P_two_1.pdf).
9. R.D.Findlay, "The Origins of Chemical Engineering Education in Canada," 1991 Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference, Vancouver, B.C., 7-9 Oct., 1991. (See books, item 10)
10. R.D.Findlay, "Some Aspects of the Development of Engineering Education in Canada," 7th Kingston Conference, Canadian Science and Technology Historical Association, 18-20 October, 1991.
11. R.D.Findlay, "The Origins of Chemical Engineering Education in Canada," in Chemical Engineering in Canada - An Historical Perspective," Chapter 1, pp3-10, Ed. L.W.Shemilt, The Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering, 25th Anniversary, 1991, ISBN 0-92084-25-x.
12. R.D.Findlay, "The Origins of Mechanical Engineering Education in Canada," Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineers, CSME Forum 1992, 1-5 June, Montreal, Canada, Paper #228, 11 pages.
13. R.D.Findlay, "The Origins of Mechanical Engineering Education in Canada," in Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineers, edited by Andrew H. Wilson, 1997.
14. Also see http://power.eng.mcmaster.ca/findlay/eicweb/virtual.html