In these uncertain times, we know how much students appreciate being kept up to date with what we as a Society and the Faculty are doing to tailor academic and other operations to a world stricken by the COVID-19 pandemic. This page will serve as a direct means of communication between the MES Executive and students, disseminating key information about what the MES has been doing for you.
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of the 2020 McMaster Engineering Handbook!
We couldn't have a virtual Welcome Week without sharing a special part of McMaster Engineering culture - our annual MacEng Handbook!
In it, you'll find welcome letters from members of your new MacEng family, tips & tricks for the coming year, inside jokes, and so much more! Click below to download the handbook before getting your very own copy when campus reopens!
FIRST YEAR REPRESENTATIVE
First year representatives on the MES will hold a position on the MES council, with the opportunity to voice the opinions of first year students in the faculty of Engineering! There are separate positions for all the Engineering programs - Engineering 1, iBioMed, Computer Science, and BTech. Further information on the position can be found in the MES Policy Manual (Section B.4.3).
To be nominated, you must collect 10 e-signatures (Full name and student number) from first year students in YOUR specific program.
COMPUTER SCIENCE REPRESENTATIVE
The Upper Year Computer Science Representative will hold a position on the MES council to bring the opinions and concerns of students in all years of the Computer Science program. Further information on the position can be found in the MES Policy Manual (Section B.4.2).
To be nominated, you must collect 10 e-signatures (Full name and student number) from fellow Computer Science students.
Meet The Candidates: First-Year Reps
Are you an incoming McMaster Engineering student? Read on! Some of you wonderful, beautiful, amazing classmates are running to represent YOU this year on the McMaster Engineering Society Council. Find out more about this year's candidates for MES First-Year Representative to inform your vote later this month! Please note that you will only be voting for the First-Year Rep in your program - if you are in Engineering I, you will be voting for an Engineering I Rep, and so on.
Meet Your New First-Year Reps!
Meet Your New CompSci Rep
Are you an undergraduate student in Engineering, Computer Science, B.Tech, or iBioMed? Do you want to participate in a democratic process that impacts the experience of every student in your Faculty? Then look no further!
Yes, it's that time of year again... McMaster Engineering Society's first Semi-Annual General Meeting (SAGM) of the 2020-21 school year is happening THIS SUNDAY, November 1 at 3:00 PM on Zoom. SAGM is your chance to hold MES Council accountable to the student body and vote on our most significant policy initiatives. You'll hear from clubs and teams to learn how they've been spending their MES funding, and have the chance to voice your concerns on where the MES allocates its resources. If you've been looking for ways to get involved in you community, SAGM is the opportunity for you!
Please note that SAGM is also where Department and Program Societies secure MES funding for their own activities, on the condition that 10 members of their student population are accounted for at SAGM. Please support your program by attending SAGM to help them meet quorum. SAGM can be accessed from the start time of the event using the button below.
This Sunday is going to be a wild ride - we hope to see you there!