November 22, 2011
FYIC delegate applications
First Year Integration Conference applications are now open. FYIC is a great way for first years to get involved and learn about how they can become active in their engineering society. Delegates will get to meet other engineering students from across Ontario and learn about Engineering organizations.
Fill out this google doc by Sunday, December 4th
(earlier is better though!)
October 19, 2011
Conference applications: NCWIE 2011 and CONGRESS 2012
It's that time of year again. Delegate applications are open for the National Conference on Women in Engineering (NCWIE) and Canadian Federation of Engineering Students Congress (CFES Congress). NCWIE ---------------------------
NCWIE is a national conference that explores challenges and opportunities for women in engineering, and provides an opporunity for men and women from undergraduate engineering departments across the country to network and learn from inspirational speakers.
Where: Hamilton, Ontario
When: November 18-20
Cost: $150 delegate fees, the MES will cover half
To apply to NCWIE, fill out
google doc by
October 26 CFES CONGRESS As the flagship event of the CFES, Congress serves as both the Annual General Meeting of the Federation, as well as a leadership development forum for engineering students from across Canada.
Where: Whitehorse, Yukon
When: January 4-10, 2012
Cost: approx. $350 delegate fees + travel, the MES will cover half and we will look for other funding
Interviews will be held from October 24 - October 28
To apply to CONGRESS, fill out
google doc by
October 15, 2011
Conference applications for PEO-SC extended
I've extended the deadline to apply to attend the Professional Engineers of Ontario Student Conference. You'll have the chance to meet people from other schools, find out about engineering and public policy, and network with some really influencial engineers and sponsors.
When: Nov 11-13
Where: Fairmont Chateau Laurier, Ottawa (hosted by U Ottawa)
How much: The MES will pay for upto half of delegate fees and travel
Why: It's a great professional development experience, learn about PEO and P. Eng, and network
more information is at
Applications are due tomorrow, Sunday October 15th
night at the very latest. Apply
October 10, 2011
PEO-SC delegate application open
Registration is now open for the Professional Engineers of Ontario - Student Conference.
It will be hosted by the University of Ottawa from November 11th - 13th.
We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated delegates that will represent McMaster well and are looking to get more involved in public policy, the engineering student society council of ontario (ESSCO), or the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES).
Please fill out this
as soon as you can. Deadline for application is this Friday, October 14th
Also delegate application for the National Conference on Women in Engineering (NCWIE) and the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students' Congress (CFES Congress) will be happening very soon, so keep your eye out for it.
April 23, 2011
Canadian Undergraduate Technology Conference
The Canadian Undergraduate Technology Conference (CUTC) is asking the engineering talent at McMaster attend the upcoming conference on MAY 7th & 8th 2011 at the University of Toronto.
There will be various student competitions and speakers covering a range of topics. Details can be found at
The first 25 students who register will receive a discounted price and 1/3 or more of their delegate fees will be subsidized by McMaster.
April 09, 2011
ESSCO AGM delegate selection
t's the time of year for the MES to choose a handful of delegates to attend Essco's Annual General Meeting 2011.
It's happening from May 26-29, hosted by UOIT in Oshawa Ontario.
If you're interested in getting involved with ESSCO and the other external organizations that influence our education and future as engineers, then get involved and apply to come with a sweet Mac Crew to AGM.
Applications are due April 17th
at the latest, but don't wait too long. The application can be found
Information about what ESSCO is and what they do can be found on
March 07, 2011
National Conference on Women in Engineering (NCWIE) Committee Selection [GET INVOLVED!]
McMaster will be hosting the National Conference for Women in Engineering (NCWIE) in November 2011. We are looking for a committee of both men and women to help us organize the conference. Positions available include:
Director of social events
Director of sponsorship and advertising
Director of logistics and transport
Director of sessions and workshops
Director of language
January 07, 2011
McMaster to host NCWIE 2011!
At the 43rd General Assembly of the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students McMaster put forth a successful bid for the National Conference on Women in Engineering. The conference will take place in the fall of 2011. Congratulations and thanks to Bid Chair Julie Hemily for her hard work in preparing and presenting the McMaster bid. More information will be given as planning progresses.
December 02, 2010
First Year Integration Conference
November 29, 2010
The Canadian University Software Engineering Conference is the first, only, and therefore best university software engineering conference in Canada. CUSEC is being held this year January 13 to 15 in Montreal at the Mariott Downtown Montreal Quebec.
CUSEC is a 3-day event that brings together SOEN and CS students from across Canada to network and benefit from some great talks by presenters like Richard M. Stallman (CUSEC 2009). While the conference is targeted mainly at students, we usually have some very big-name companies (like Microsoft and IBM) in attendance and looking for awesome developers like you.
Sign up for a great long weekend, Wednesday to Sunday, in an otherwise boring and cold January.
Sign up in JHE lobby November 29 to December 3 from 10:30 to 2:30.
So here is the price breakdown:
Bus $140 (Leaving January 12, returning January 16)
Ticket $60 (Includes banquet and other goodies from CUSEC organizers)
Hotel $125 ( 4 nights, January 12 - 16)
CUSEC Head Delegate
November 10, 2010
Contest and Conference!
October 14, 2010