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.
- Election Vote BreakdownThe results from the election have been announced and here is the breakdown of the votes. The voting system used was single transferable vote. President: Ballots Cast – 387, Votes required for majority – 194 First round: Delainey Lindstrom-Humphries – 246 Anastasiya Mihaylova – 141 Result: Delainey Lindstrom-Humphries elected with a majority of the votes VP Communications: Ballots Cast – 411, Votes required for majority – 206 First round: Amanda Morin – 125 Andrew Dickson – […]
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- Director of the Month Nominations May 2019!Congrats to our Director of the Month Josh White! Here’s what your nomination had to say: Super amazing resume critique. Tons of ppls showed up and he had like 3 directorshios in a row and he planned them like a champ. Had good ideas and made the events run successfully. Here are the other noms: Annie Lepage, Lucy Gong: For being so on top of things for WEC senior design, and for spending a saturday taking stock of the storeroom ❤️ Cordelia: An amazing job w/ making […]
- A-Soc Election CandidatesThe following are the candidates in the election for EngSoc exec: Delainey Lindstrom-Humphries President Hi everyone! My name is Delainey and I am running to be your next EngSoc President! I have become increasingly involved in the society throughout my adventure here at UWaterloo having served as a director, conference delegate, and as the current Outreach Commissioner. I have the passion and commitment needed to make the society a better place for everyone. My goal is to bridge current gaps I […]
- EngSoc Election Nominations OpenNomination Form: Download here Nominations are open for the EngSoc Elections! Each candidate needs 15 nominations from on term members. Printed form are available in the EngSoc Office (CPH 1327). Forms are due May 17th at 5pm in the EngSoc office (CPH 1327). […]
University of Waterloo Land Acknowledgment
We, the Waterloo Engineering Society, acknowledge that we live and work on the traditional territory of the Attawandaron (Neutral), Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee peoples. The University of Waterloo is situated on the Haldimand Tract, the land promised to the Six Nations that includes ten kilometers on each side of the Grand River. Learn More