BRIDGE SUSTAINABILITY
CASE COMPETITION

BRIDGING A CONNECTION BETWEEN BUSINESS AND ENGINEERING THROUGH SUSTAINABILITY

 
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ABOUT BRIDGE

BRIDGE is a student-led interdisciplinary case competition dedicated to bridging the gap between the fields of Engineering and Management. During this case competition, teams examine emerging challenges and propose solutions pertaining to issues of sustainability. 


BRIDGE est un concours de cas interdisciplinaire dirigé par des étudiants et visant à combler le fossé entre les domaines de l'ingénierie et de la gestion d'entreprise. Au cours de ce concours, les équipes examinent les nouveaux défis et proposent des solutions aux problèmes de durabilité. 

 

MISSION, VISION & PRINCIPLES

 

MISSION

Our mission is to promote cross-disciplinary collaboration in solving complex sustainability issues by providing an opportunity for students to develop critical thinking, creative problem solving, and applied sustainability skills.

Notre mission est de promouvoir la collaboration interdisciplinaire dans la résolution de problèmes complexes de durabilité en offrant aux étudiants la possibilité de développer leur esprit critique, leur créativité dans la résolution de problèmes et leurs compétences appliquées en matière de durabilité.

VISION

Our vision is to empower the next generation of sustainability professionals within the workforce.

Notre vision est de promouvoir et encourager la prochaine génération de professionnels en développement durable.

PRINCIPLES

  • Increase the visibility of sustainability issues in our society

  • Raise awareness about sustainability careers in various industries

  • Promote cross collaboration between engineering and management disciplines.

  • Accroître la visibilité des enjeux de la durabilité dans notre société

  • Sensibiliser les étudiants aux carrières dans les domaines de durabilité dans diverses industries

  • Promouvoir la collaboration réciproque entre l'ingénierie et les disciplines de gestion.

 

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Tiohtiá:ke (Montreal) was historically a gathering place for a variety of Indigenous peoples. McGill operates on this unceded territory of the Kanien’kehá:ka. By acknowledging the history of colonialism that created the structures upholding systemic discrimination and racism today we are reminded that we must remain active in educating ourselves and resisting these systems to create an environment that is equitable and inclusive to people of all backgrounds. If you would like to know how to pronounce Tiohtiá:ke or Kanien’kehá:ka, Concordia has a webpage with an audio file to show you.