Chemical and Oil & Gas Engineering Students’ Society (CESS)
Carol Yang, CESS President
CESS strives to enhance the undergraduate experience and provide professional and academic development for students enrolled in Chemical and Oil & Gas Engineering. Through various events, activities and initiatives, CESS serves to provide students with the resources and support needed to be a successful student and member of the Schulich engineering community. We hold multiple Student/Professor mixers and Student Feedback Sessions to ensure that students’ voices are represented. 3rd and 4th year homerooms for students, as well as rentable lockers, are maintained and provided by CESS. Additionally, we hold industry tours and informational nights, send delegates to the Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference and hold a number of social events including a curling Funspiel and a Movember event. Chemical and Oil & Gas Engineering hoodies and merchandise can be purchased through CESS at the beginning of the year. For more information or any questions that you may have, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and look us up on Facebook!
Civil Engineering Undergraduate Society (CEUS)
Cassidy Stadel, CEUS President
CEUS is focused on providing Civil Engineering students at the Schulich School of Engineering with events and resources that support them academically, socially, and in relationships with industry. CEUS hosts social events for its members and other departments throughout the year. Pizza days, a holiday party, and an annual Halloween Kegger are just a few of the great events organized by CEUS. CEUS is responsible for the administration of the Civil Engineering homerooms, desks and vending machines. CEUS hosts an annual Civil Engineering Career Fair as well as industry nights that allow civil engineering students to network with professionals at various stages of their careers. CEUS also hosts academic presentations, student-professor mixers, and industry tours. CEUS has hosted workshops in partnership with the U of C student chapter of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers (CSCE). An international trip is available to CEUS members each year and civil clothing and merchandise can be purchased each semester. To contact CEUS, send an email to email@example.com.
Electrical, Computer, & Software Engineering Students’ Society (ZOO)
Connor Newman, ZOO President
Zoo represents the Electrical, Computer, and Software Engineering students here at the Schulich School of Engineering. We strive to enhance students’ experiences throughout their time at university by holding academic, social, and professional development events. Our events include LAN parties, career fairs, a trip to California during reading break, academic presentations, a ski trip, student prof mixers, micro career fairs, and much more! For more information, feel free to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, contact us on facebook at https://zooengg.ca
Geomatics Engineering Students’ Society (GESS)
Jennifer Busser, GESS President
GESS strives to represent the students of Geomatics Engineering and provide them with the support and opportunities required to be as successful as possible at the University of Calgary. GESS is committed to fostering ongoing connections with industry and enriching students’ social and academic experience within the department. GESS provides a multitude of invaluable student resources for all your Geomatics needs, such as: midterm reviews, summer work placement, and exam banks. We also organize many successful social, academic, and industry focused activities throughout the year, namely: Meet the 2nd years, Ski Trip, frequent industry guest speakers and dinners, Switzerland Trip, and our annual Geomatics Career Exposition where students can meet industry members and broaden their industrial network. For more information visit our website http://www.ucalgary.ca/gess/ and our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/GeomaticsEngineeringStudentsSociety or email: email@example.com.
Mechanical Engineering Students’ Society (MESS)
Patrick Gould, MESS President
MESS strives to represent Mechanical Engineering students, offer professional development opportunities, provide academic support, and enhance the social experience of undergraduate students during their time at Schulich. MESS hosts both social and professional events such as: Lunch & Learns, the annual Mechtoberfest Cabaret, Student/Prof Christmas Party, Squash Ladder, Technical Elective Night, and the LENGEN - wait for it, and I hope you’re not lactose intolerant - DARY Ski Trip! MESS also organizes an annual International Trip with past locations to Japan, Germany, Spain, the UK, and many more! Other services MESS provides include locker rentals, cheap vending machines, and Mechanical Engineering merchandise. For more information, come see us in MEB 206! You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit our website http://www.ucalgary.ca/mess or Facebook www.facebook.com/MESSUofC. We’ll make sure your degree is full of memories that you’ll never forget and memories you’ll never remember. #letsgetmessy
Biomedical Engineering Students’ Society (BMESS)
Tiffany Dang, BMESS President
BMESS was founded in 2005 as the first biomedical engineering student club in Western Canada. The club has evolved tremendously over the past few years with enthusiastic students and professors working together on new initiatives to open opportunities to energize, excite, and engage engineering students. We oversee many academic and social events aimed at enriching classroom learning, including Tours, Distinguished Speaker Series, an Industry Panel, and Student-Faculty Mixers. BMESS also hosts a number of different events through out the year including bi-monthly waffles in the Engg Lounge, a Gingerbread House Building Contest, Halloween Pumpkin Carving, and Games Night. We join with EEESA to organize other events, including a soccer/dodgeball tournament. For more information, email us at email@example.com or visit www.ucalgary.ca/~bmess/.
Energy and Environment Engineering Student Association (EEESA)
Murray Bondy, EEESA President
The Energy and Environment Engineering Students’ Association (otherwise known as EEESA because the full name is a mouthful) is dedicated towards enhancing the undergraduate experience of students in the Energy and Environment (ENEE) specialization. We organize various academic and industry events that provide an experience that you cannot simply get in the classroom. Some of these events include mixers, presentations, our Co-Gen tour, and our ENEE Tech Elective Night. We also host social events with our “frenemy”, the Biomedical Engineering Student Society, and collaborate with them on our yearly charity challenges. In addition, EEESA organizes an annual trip where selected students travel to a different city to learn more about the green initiatives. Past locations include Vancouver and San Diego. If you want to learn more about EEESA, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website at http://people.ucalgary.ca/~eeesa/.
Society of Energy Engineers (SEE)
Matthias Warkentin, SEE President
The Energy and The society of Energy Engineers was founded in 2016 and focuses on connecting the graduated engineering technology students to the University of Calgary during their transfer to receive their bachelors in Energy Engineering. The program accepts Mechanical, Petroleum, Chemical and Power engineering technologists. The purpose of SEE is to connect the highly diverse group of students to the rest of the university and to its engineering community. Another goal of the society is to inform industry as well as prospective students about the program. The society is in its first year at the university and is starting to build a large portfolio of events targeted at the new 3rd year Energy engineers as well as all other engineering students. An annual welcome BBQ for the new ENER student in June, a Third year vs. Fourth Slow pitch softball event, as well as many other new and exciting events. You can reach SEE at email@example.com for any questions about the program, the students or the events!