Jason Simpson, PEng, holds dual degrees: in Mining Engineering from the Technical University of Nova Scotia and in Physics from Dalhousie University.
What does TUNS stand for?
TUNS stands for Technical University of Nova Scotia
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IRM was organized, and is headed by Mary Anne White, FCIC, and spans materials research in the faculties of science, engineering (the former Nova Scotia Technical College, then Technical University of Nova Scotia, then Daltech), medicine and dentistry.
Smith joined Inco after earning an Applied Science Degree at Acadia University in 1969 and a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering Degree at the Technical University of Nova Scotia in 1971.
He later worked for the Technical University of Nova Scotia, Centre for Energy Studies.
He received the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Medicine at Gothenburg University, Sweden, in 1981; the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Technology at Brunel University, England, in 1987; the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Engineering at the Technical University of Nova Scotia, Canada, in 1988; the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Social Sciences at the University of Helsinki in 1990; and the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Law at the University of Vermont, in the United States, in 1993.
He has an Applied Science Certificate from Acadia University and received his Bachelor of Engineering - Mining from the Technical University of Nova Scotia.
In 1965 he was appointed assistant professor, and retired as professor of chemical engineering from the Technical University of Nova Scotia (TUNS) in 1994.
McGourty graduated from Technical University of Nova Scotia with a degree in electrical engineering and completed the advanced management program at Harvard Business School.