The University of Waterloo Engineering Society exists to promote a positive undergraduate experience among its members through representation of student opinion as well as support of academic, professional and social needs. EngSoc still has a ways to go with respect to fostering a truly inclusive community for all students. We are all dedicated to help bring about that change and is focusing more effort on supporting our black and indigenous students.
- Fall 2020 Presidential Election ResultsThe results are in! Thank you to both of our presidential candidates for an amazing campaign. We are happy to congratulate your next EngSoc President: Kathrine Von Friedl. Here is the breakdown of the votes. The voting system used was a ranked ballot. 394 ballots were cast and 4 ballots were declined out of 5122 eligible voters (7.8% voter turnout) which surpassed the quota of 197 votes for the validity of the election. Candidate First Choice Second Choice Third Choice No candidate 11 28 […]
- Election Vote Breakdown Spring 2020The results from the election have been announced and here is the breakdown of the votes. The voting system used was single transferable vote. President Candidate First Choice Second Choice Casale, Matthew William 138 0 No Candidate 4 10 VP Academic Candidate First Choice Second Choice Gans, Ariel 129 1 No Candidate 4 5 VP Student Life Candidate First Choice Second Choice Ruffo, Rachel 145 0 No Candidate 1 7 VP Communications Candidate First Choice Second Choice Nichols, Elle 154 1 No Candidate […]
- B-Soc Election CandidatesPresidential Candidates Matthew Casale Hello! My name is Matthew Casale I am a 3A environmental engineering student. For the past 16 months I have been your Vice president academic. I have done my best to advocate for you and provide a positive learning environment. I Have decided to run for the position of engineering society president. I am doing this to for 3 reasons. I want to continue advocating for you and to ensure that even in a time like this we can strive for being the […]
- Welcome to Spring Term!Hello! I have been looking forward to Spring 2020, since probably last summer. I was pumped to get back on campus and see my friends, hang out in POETS, take interesting classes, throw purple powder during Engineering Day and spend a bit too much time in the EngSoc Office. Unfortunately, a lot has changed in the world recently and we will now be attending classes online. It’s been a bit of a process over the last few weeks to accept and understand what this term means for everyone. […]
- EngSoc COVID-19 AdvocacyDear Engineering Students, We’re sure you are now well aware of the University’s decision to move Spring 2020 classes online. We are sure it was a difficult decision to make and one the University does not make lightly. We also only learned of this decision today, and will be working to bring clarification to this situation. We are sure you have many questions and concerns, and are unsure what this change is going to mean moving forward. Many of the specifics are still to be […]