Are you entering your final year of study or graduating in 2012? Considering now what your career options are?
Prajwala Dixit is currently persuing her Masters in Engineering Management. As part of her research she is conducting a survey of 50 undergraduate female engineers in Canada.
Anonymity and confidentiality of the participant is assured. The results obtained
from the survey will be used for my final report. They will also be
presented at a national conference in Halifax.
If you would like to help her out, you can fill out the survey here.
Please join me in being intensly impressed by this image sent to us by Timotheus Gmeiner.
It’s a balloon satellite which carries a very special message:
WEST TORONTO CHAPTER, PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS ONTARIO and The Ontario Centre for Engineering and Public Policy present:
Alberta Oil Sands: An Expert Panel on its Future
Thursday, April 19, 2012 – 7:30 pm
JJR Macleod Auditorium, Lecture Hall MS 2158 Medical Science Building
1 King’s College Road (at College St), University of Toronto
This exciting event is free to attend, but you must register ahead of time. R.S.V.P. your name, contact information, and Postal Code of residence, by email to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Use “Oil Sands” in the email subject line.
Attention students! Are you interested in attending the ESSCO AGM? Of course you are! Here is a description from the applications:
ESSCO Annual General Meeting
June 15th-17th, 2012
Queen’s University, Kingston
Application Deadline: April 30th 2012
Engineering Student Societies’ Council of Ontario Annual General Meeting is a great opportunity for students who are wishing to become involved or are already involved with their student society. This is also beneficial for students wishing to become involved with external groups and projects such as ESSCO. If you are interested in applying for a position on ESSCO please note that in your application. At ESSCO AGM the sessions revolve around how to improve Engineering Student Societies and how to make them more useful for students. This is also where decisions for ESSCO are voted on as well as voting for the new executive for the 2012-2013 year.
How much do you want to apply now? Do so by filling out this form.
Please complete and submit via email to email@example.com or to the RESS Office (KHE 123)
(Note: the RESS Office is not open during exams)
Students received an email this morning about a special general meeting which was called for this coming Tuesday:
This is to inform you that there is a Special General Meeting happening
this Tuesday, April 10th at 4 pm, in KHS134. This meeting is separate from
the Annual General Meeting (which you should also attend!). The only agenda
item for this meeting will be regarding The Impeachment of Jolene Funk as
2012-2013 Vice President External.
Certainly, this has raised some questions. The pertinent information for students to read would be the minutes for the meeting at which this was brought forth, which can be found here. Members (meaning all undergraduate engineering students at Ryerson University) should also read the by-laws and constitution, which can be found in the documents section of the web site.
RESS understands that this may be quite confusing, and encourage all members to attend this meeting to ensure their voices are heard.
Just a friendly reminder that by-law amendments are due on April 2nd in the RESS office by 4:00 pm. You need the form? You find it here.
Howard Brown,Government Relations Consultant for Professional Engineers Ontario will be visiting Ryerson on Thursday March 22nd at 1-3 p.m in LIB 72.
He will be delivering a talk entitled: “Difference – How Engineering students can influence and improve public policy“. The talk will be about an hour, followed by a half hour question and answer period. Refreshments will be served after wards.
Everyone who has seen him speak at various events has spoken very highly of his ability to motivate and inspire students. You should go!
RESS is hosting its annual National Engineering Month Pub Night, and this year we’re going hard, greek style.
Come join us for an all-ages, free and fabulous night of shenanigans. Togas are not required, but I’m sure you’ll feel mighty silly without one.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME