Welcome from the Chair!
John H. Beynon
The Global Engineering Deans Council (GEDC) was established in 2008 when twenty deans came together in Paris and signed the 'Paris Declaration'. GEDC has now grown to include over 125 deans from over 30 countries, 5 regional chapters, over 10 corporate and other partners, with membership of all types growing quickly.
The Mission of the GEDC is to serve as a global network of engineering deans and to leverage the collective strengths of the deans for the advancement of engineering education, research and service to the global community. The four main arms of our strategic plan are: institutional leadership, curriculum leadership, policy leadership and accreditation leadership.
In October 2013, GEDC held a very successful conference in Chicago, USA, the latest in our annual series of gatherings. It was clear at the conference that the reach of GEDC is truly global, with a very wide range of history and standing amongst the deans, but a shared purpose to produce the next generation of great engineers for our society...
News & Announcements
The OSU College of Engineering
Telling the world about South Australia’s transformation from a general to advanced manufacturing state"Up to 300 global engineering minds will attend the GEDC 2015 Adelaide Conference"
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This year Ge4 annual conference was held at the PUC Rio in Brazil.
From its inception in 2005, the College of Engineering at Peking University (PKU) has sought to be a top-tier engineering institution.