Events Archive

Clubs Day, Free Food, and Survey with Prize Draw

Hello UVic Engineering Students!  We have two quick updates for you.

Firstly, we have a quick (6 questions – 10 min) General Experience Survey to share with you.  The link to the survey than be found here.

All questions are optional but if you fill in at least 3 questions and enter your UVic email you will be entered to win a $20 Dominos gift card and $20 worth of ESS Merchandise!  Please answer the questions as honestly as possible and you have any comments or concerns don’t hesitate to contact us directly at ess@uvic.ca.  Prize draw closes June 7th at 20:00, only engineering undergrads are eligible.

 

Secondly, we have clubs day coming up Wednesday May 29th from 10-2 in the ELW Lobby.  There will be a free BBQ, booths, fun, and an excuse to chat with some of our excellent engineering club members.

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SGM Approaches!

With the beginning of the semester we have some big events on the horizon, staring off on Wednesday (Sept. 12th) afternoon with a Review of the Proposed changes the Constitution prior to the Semesterly General Meeting (SGM) on Thursday (Sept. 13th) where we will be voting on these changes. We will also be voting the New Executive in, going over the proposed budget and much much more.

 

ALSO FREE PIZZA!!!

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UVic Engineering Competition (UVEC)

UVEC is the qualifying event for the Western Engineering Competition (WEC), being hosted in January 2019 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Find more details on WEC:
http://wec2019.ca
http://wesst.ca/wec.html

UVEC FALL 2018 REGISTRATION LINK:
REGISTER: https://goo.gl/forms/MAHAC6elzTGRi8W52.

Competitions:

Senior Design – Teams of 4

Teams of four third or fourth year students are given six to eight hours to design and construct a working prototype from given materials that can solve an engineering challenge. This challenge tests the competitors’ technical skills, as well as time management and teamwork. Teams present their solutions to judges using real-world justifications, then test the prototype according to the given functional requirements. Judging criteria will be based on students’ demonstration of technical electrical, mechanical, and software knowledge.

Junior Design – Teams of 4

This competition challenges junior (first or second year) engineering students to design and build a prototype to address a technical problem. The Junior Team Design category is similar to that of Senior Team Design. However, with emphasis on prototype functionality rather and design theory.

Communications – Teams of 2

Teams of two are asked to describe a technical subject in lay-man’s terms. They must consider the economic and environmental aspects of their subject, and provide a persuasive conclusion regarding the potential benefits, risks, or effect their subject has on the world.…

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