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Major Milestones for EngSoc in 2010-2011[edit | edit source]

EngSoc's Structure[edit | edit source]

At a General Meeting on January 25, 2011, a vastly revamped structure for the Society's governance was approved. Under the former structure, the Society's Board of Directors for the purposes of the Ontario Corporations Act was a body known as the Engineering Society Council, consisting of all Officers, Internal Directors, Ex-Officio Directors and Class Representatives. The changes approved at the January 25 meeting created a new Board of Directors entirely separate from Council, with each of the new Board's members to be directly elected by engineering students. This resulted in a reduction in size of the Board from Council's 100+ members to the new Board's 23 members. Following changes approved at the Council meeting of January 31, 2011, Internal Directors are to be known as Project Directors to distinguish them from members of the Board of Directors.

The Hard Hat Cafe[edit | edit source]

Skulepedia[edit | edit source]

Engineering Society Endowment Fund[edit | edit source]

The Engineering Society Endowment Fund, a voluntary annual levy of $100 per student intended to create a permanent capital fund that would eventually supersede the Temporary Special Levy Fund, successfully passed in the Engineering Society Elections 2011. Whereas expenditures from the Temporary Special Levy Fund were restricted to academic projects, the Endowment Fund is much broader in its purpose, permitting expenditure on projects that benefit the undergraduate student experience. Furthermore, the entire amount of the Temporary Special Levy Fund is disbursed annually, whereas the Endowment Fund will only disburse the income on its value, allowing it to accumulate over time.

Engineering Society 2010-2011

Engineering Society Positions[edit source]

Officers[edit source]

Commercial Operations[edit source]


Discipline Club Chairs[edit source]

Class Representatives[edit source]

Chemical Engineering 1T4 Ishan Gupta
1T3 Ajay Kochar
1T2 Samenna Mulam
1T1 Saeed Kaddoura
Civil Engineering 1T4 Eduard Broun
1T3 Momo Sun
1T2 Hamed Shalileh
1T1 Kevin Zhang
Computer Engineering 1T4 Ryan Mintz
1T3 Jonathan Ng
1T2 Rachit Tyagi
1T1 vacant
Electrical Engineering 1T4 Victor Zhang
1T3 Zachary Fejes
1T2 Minghua Zhao
1T1 Bahar Memarian
Engineering Science 1T4 Patrick Zerr / Yuqi Ma
1T3 Zimu Zhu
1T2 Farrokh Mansouri
1T1 Galen Hogan
Industrial Engineering 1T4 Lea Janossy
1T3 Marwan Dajani
1T2 Nitla Cooke
1T1 Anna Sheu
Materials Science & Engineering 1T4 Pratik Engineer
1T3 Abrar Mahmud
1T2 Jacquelyn MacCoon
1T1 Damian Durlik
Mechanical Engineering 1T4 Omer Shargall
1T3 Trevor Burton
1T2 Ryan Persaud
1T1 David Clease
Mineral Engineering 1T4 Mike Chen
1T3 Sebastien Balda
1T2 Paolo Tomasone
1T1 vacant
TrackOne 1T4 Teresa Nguyen

Year Chairs[edit source]

  • First Year - Xin Ma
  • Second Year - Gabriel Stavros
  • Third Year - Ryan Persaud
  • PEY - David Cheung
  • Fourth Year - Katerina Daginis

Skule™ Spirit[edit source]

Godiva Week Competition Winners[edit source]

External Representatives[edit source]

  • UTSU Director - Megan Lund
  • UTSU Director - Sheema Khan
  • UTSU Director - Rishi Maharaj
  • U of T Governor - Kent Kuran

Conferences Hosted[edit | edit source]

PEO Student Conference 2010