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The results of the election for next year’s CES council are as follows:
Voter Turnout: 41 Students (32% of the society).
President: Greg Burns (73% of the vote)
VPO: William Wigelsworth (after Greg removed from the running, 95% of the vote)
VPI: David Guiler (88% of the vote)
VPE: Jake Nantais (66% of the vote)
Thank you to the candidates who ran in this election, CES appreciates your efforts!
Next time you see them in the halls, please make sure to congratulate the winners.
Thank you to everyone who came out and voted!
April 11, 2013 Leave a comment
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April 6, 2013 Leave a comment
As you all know, CES elections are being held. The candidates are as follows.
Please remember to come out and vote on April 16, 2013 in the CES office. Please bring some form of photo ID (student card, driver’s license, etc).
Monitor this site, it is a good way to ask questions of the potential candidates.
January 26, 2013 Leave a comment
On Tuesday, January. 27 @ 12:00 PM, in Rm A2102/A2104, Sean Phillips, one of MSE alumni, is going to be visiting us to talk to students and faculty about his master thesis on modular robotic systems which he finished last term at the University of Waterloo. This is a great occasion to hear one of the many opportunity a Conestoga degree in MSE can provide.
November 27, 2012 Leave a comment
Competition season is coming up early next year so it’s time to sign up for the Ontario Engineering Competition qualifier, AKA the Conestoga Engineering Competition. So how does it work? Teams of four compete in either Junior Design or Senior Design (1st and 2nd are Juniors and 3rd and 4th years are Seniors). We will be basing our competition off of previous Ontario Engineering Competitions so you’ll have a better idea what to expect going into it if you win.
CES will be taking the top teams from each category to the Ontario Engineering Competition held at McMaster University in Hamilton. The winning teams will be sent to the competition with all expenses paid. You just have to show up and win!
So fill out the form to come to the qualifier! Any questions can be emailed to VPE_CES@conestogac.on.ca!
Two years ago, Conestoga came in first place at OEC in Senior Design in our first appearance at OEC ever. University Engineering students jaws hit the floor. We even got mentioned in Federal Parliament! Let’s continue the tradition of showing the Universities that we are here to stay!
November 7, 2012 Leave a comment
ESSCO First Year Integration Conference is an annual conference held for first year engineering students from all over Ontario. While at the conference, they will learn leadership and involvement skills. This year the conference will be held at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay. This will be a far one, so delegate cost’s are high. Please keep in mind CES is still gathering as much money as possible but cannot confirm a solid delegate fee yet. It shouldn’t be over $200.00. If this seems like a conference you’d like to attend, please fill in the form, even if you are slightly interested!
Please contact VPE_CES@conestogac.on.ca with any questions.