Hey Everyone! The Science Centre has an upcoming event for those who admire the work of one of the earliest and most famous engineers and inventors: Leonardo Da Vinci. It’s this February 2nd and will be broadcast live through Facebook (and put up on Youtube afterwards). Click the image to the left for details.
The following is a message from our best broseph Qasim about a conference he organized:
nationwide, CUTC was the biggest and best undergraduate technology
conference in Canada!
For the first time in history, CUTC is going on a Tour!
The conference will be situated in the heart of Toronto at RYERSON
UNIVERSITY on February 4th, and will reach students across Ontario for one day of amazing
speakers and competitions.
THIS YEAR we are featuring hard-hitting speakers such as Allen Lau,
Co-Founder & CEO of Wattpad, Winston Mok, Co-Founder of Simply
Good Technologies along with John Wang of Deloitte.
Not only will the speakers blow your mind, but the competitions will test
your skills in the tech world, allowing you to use your entrepreneurial
drive in competitions featuring Deloitte and the Next 36! Meet and network
with other passionate techys and who knows, maybe you will stumble on the
next big idea!
Are you Game?
Cost: 40$/delegate (Use Promocode: CUTCTor12 for 10$ off)
Date & Time: February 4, 2012, 8:00am
Location: Ryerson University
See you there.
Visit TOUR.CUTC.CA to REGISTER and learn more!
Hey everyone! We at RESS want to know how we’re doing, and what we can do better to help everyone out. We’ve put up a survey here that takes just a few minutes. Please let us know what you think so we can the best possible job.
By popular demand, RESS is doing a second round of engineering leather jacket orders. Orders are being taken on fitting day, January 25th. For more information, see my poorly edited poster to the left!
You guys love writing essays, right? How about as part of a contest for money? Ontario engineering students are invited to enter an essay contest by the Ontario Centre for Engineering and Public Policy. All it takes is registration as an undergrad PEO member (which is free and doable here) and some of your fantastic writing to enter. The prize is a $500 award and registration to the centre’s 2012 Public Policy Conference. More information is available here. Good luck!