Welcome to S20 Patch Design Contest! Here you can submit designs for patches that you want to see sold in Novelties. Submissions will be voted on and the winning design will be produced and sold in future terms!Submissions: May 11 - June 80 Voting: June 10 - June 20
Do you want to be involved in the future of the society? Run to be a member of the next B-Society Executive team! Nominate yourself.
President (May 11-13)
Represents Engineering students to faculty and university and guide the vision of the Engineering Society
VP Academic (May 15-22)
Provides academic, co-op and mental health supports and advocates on student issues
VP Finance (May 22-25)
Oversee the society operations, budgets and spaces (Novelties, POETS, RidgidWare)
EngSoc Scavenger Hunt is a term long event where students find items or participate in events to collect points. It's a chance for people to get involved in the Engineering community and school-wide events. Just like the name would suggest, we are sending you on a gigantic scavenger hunt! Check out the list of items and instructions.
TOP PRIZE: PURPLE HARD HAT
There are only 5 purple hard hats available! Prize will go to:
Celebrate pride while practicing social isoGAYtion, buy a patch and support an LGBTQ charity!
Looking to win a bit of extra cash?! The 50/50 Charity Raffle is here! Purchase as few or as many tickets as you want to wager your odds at wining half of the total jackpot! The raffle will open on date and close on date. The winner will be announced on date!
Students and alumni are invited to participate in an exclusive virtual Office Hour with engineering alumnus Paul-Michael Dekker (BASc '80), Professional Networker, Futurist, Systems Design Engineer and Entrepreneur!
During this Office Hour, join fellow University of Waterloo engineering alumni, students and referred guests for this virtual event to get advice/upgrades on your professional networking skills, grow your network by seeing/hearing about other people and their specialties, ask questions and get advice, and get to know Paul-Michael Dekker and some of the people, resources and tools he has experienced since 1980, while working on both local and global projects. RSVP in the Waterloo Engineering Hub. Please bring your questions!