Vice president, External relations 

Further information on the position can be found in the MES Policy Manual (Section B.1.3)

To be nominated, you must collect 10 e-signatures (Full name and student number) from any undergraduate student in the Faculty of Engineering.

 Vice President, Academic 

Further information on the position can be found in the MES Policy Manual (Section B.1.4)

To be nominated, you must collect 10 e-signatures (Full name and student number) from any undergraduate student in the Faculty of Engineering.

 Vice President, finance and administration 

Further information on the position can be found in the MES Policy Manual (Section B.1.5)

To be nominated, you must collect 10 e-signatures (Full name and student number) from any undergraduate student in the Faculty of Engineering.

 Vice President, Communications 

Further information on the position can be found in the MES Policy Manual (Section B.1.6)

To be nominated, you must collect 10 e-signatures (Full name and student number) from any undergraduate student in the Faculty of Engineering.

 AVP Academic Resources 

Further information on the position can be found in the MES Policy Manual (Section B.3.3)

To be nominated, you must collect 10 e-signatures (Full name and student number) from any undergraduate student in the Faculty of Engineering.

  AVP Clubs and Services  

Further information on the position can be found in the MES Policy Manual (Section B.3.2)

To be nominated, you must collect 10 e-signatures (Full name and student number) from any undergraduate student in the Faculty of Engineering.

  AVP Events  

Further information on the position can be found in the MES Policy Manual (Section B.3.1)

To be nominated, you must collect 10 e-signatures (Full name and student number) from any undergraduate student in the Faculty of Engineering.

 presidential candidates 

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ANDREW D'ELIA

Materials & iBioMed III

Hello everyone!

 

My name is Andrew D'Elia, I'm a third-year student in Materials and Biomedical Engineering and I'm running to be your MES President for the 2021-2022 school year. This year, I served as VP Academic of the MES, advocating for equitable and accessible teaching practices, sitting in on faculty meetings, and overseeing our academic services. I have also endeavored to liaise between students and faculty as we navigate the online learning environment and the inaugural year of our new engineering education framework. Having always been someone who enjoys serving the community, doing what I can to improve the online experience for our students has been incredibly rewarding for me. It is with this passion to connect with and improve our community that I realized I wanted to continue my service as President of the MES. While next year comes with its own host of unknowns, what I do know is that the MES will continue to serve and carry its vision forward. Online or in person, I intend to guide the MES through the year with an emphasis on integrity, empathy, service, adaptability, and leadership. These values form the basis of my campaign for good reason—they are what I would want the MES to prioritize as a constituent, and they are what I intend to uphold as its leader.

 

For more information on my platform, visit my campaign website! Also, feel free to reach out over email or find me during my office hours, I'd be happy to chat!

 b-tech representative candidates 

Hello friends! My name is Adam, I’m a 3A student and a candidate for the B.Tech Representative position. I’ve been involved in the B.Tech community since first-year, organizing events, student initiatives, and learning as my responsibilities grew. The key theme in my campaign is clear, concise communication at a time when the rest of the world is hectic and ambiguous. 

My campaign points are as follows:

- Introduce more collaboration opportunities between student councils and clubs
- Establish and sustain active communication channels, so even though we all seem far away and isolated, we can all contribute to the conversation 
- Push for greater B.Tech involvement in the greater engineering community

 

My goals are as follows:

- Create collaboration between student groups for at least one (new or existing) event per semester
- Respond to inquiries within 24 hours
- Start public and private communication threads when student input would be an asset to the conversation

I hope to get your support and look forward to working with you to contribute to our engineering community!

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ADAM SOKACZ

B-TECH AUTOMATION III-A

ANSH

“MOMENT I'D LIKE TO FORGET”

KUCKREJA

Program: Elec & iBioMed, II

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CHRISTINA

“Artichoked”

NEGUS

Program: EngPhys & iBio, II

EMMA

“HIPS DO LIE” ROBINSON

Program: Elec & Society, IV

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ELEANOR

“HARNASS

GOUGH

Program: Mech & Society, II

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fabiola

“1d-oh, floor” 

gonzalez rios

Program: Chemical, III

kelly

“no shame no game” 

finnigan

Program: Civil & Mgmt, II

kenzie

“meat lovers pizza” lewis

Program: EngPhys & Society, III

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mack

“camp counsoiler” wallhouse

Program: Civil & Mgmt, III

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maria

“class clout” koutlemanis

Program: Automotive & Vehicle Engineering Technology, III

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minha

“close encounter" 

amir

Program: EngPhys & iBio, III

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salma

“cough it up!”

Kean

Program: ChemBio III

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sophie

"parental inkvestigation"

ciardullo

Program: Computer, IV

Yuvraj

“Neighbourhood Watched”

Randhawa

Program: Software, III

WHAT ARE REDSUITS?

Redsuits are the team of Welcome Week representatives for the Faculty of Engineering, made up of Comp Sci, iBioMed, B. Tech, and Engineering students. The Redsuits are a passionate group that welcomes the new generation of students to the Mac Eng Fireball Family. 

IS REDSUITS FOR ME?

Are you passionate about helping first year students with their transition to University? Do you love Welcome Week and want to be a part of it? Then you should try out to be a Redsuit! We strongly encourage anyone and everyone to apply! :)

THE TRYOUT PROCESS:

Tryouts are the annual process whereby the Engineering Welcome Week Rep Team is selected. The tryout process consists of three main components:

  • Written application (Due March 7)

  • Group tryout (March 13/14, March 20/21)

  • Individual interview (Immediately after your tryout)

QUALIFICATIONS & TASKS TO COMPLETE:

Here is everything you need in order to be considered for the 2021 Welcome Week Rep Team:

           Be an undergraduate student at McMaster University that will be graduating no earlier than

           the Fall 2021 Term

           Sign-up for one 15-minute tryout slot with a group of 4-6 other applicants (5 minute group

           component, followed by individual interviews). Link on the side to sign up!

           

           Complete the Word Document Application linked on the side! 

           Complete the Online Application with the same answers as the Word Document (DUE

           SUNDAY, MARCH 7th at 11:59PM)

           Join the tryout call 5 minutes before your tryout. The waiting room feature will be enabled,

           and you will be let in once the group before you has completed their interviews!

Note: If your group wants to submit a pre-recorded video for your tryout, please refer to the FAQ for instructions on how to submit.

GOT QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email coocs@macengsociety.ca

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APPLICATION DOC
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Tryout Sign-ups

MORE QUESTIONS?

applications due sunday march 7, 2021

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.

Check out the page for a special message from President Alex Moica, and an update from VP Academic Andrew D'Elia!

Get your copy

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.

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 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! 

AJ Kourabi

First-Year Rep, Engineering I

Ryan Kumar

First-Year Rep, Engineering I

Tasneem Majid

First-Year Rep, CompSci I

Darya Sadeghi

First-Year Rep, Engineering I

Rosalie Wang

First-Year Rep, iBioMed I

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First-Year Rep, BTech I

 Meet Your New CompSci Rep 

Vicky Robinson

Computer Science 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!

 CO-Orientation Coordinators 

 

 

Benjamin

Torres-Kulik

Program: EngPhys & Mgmt, IV

Dietary Restrictions: None

 

 

Brendan

 Tomaiuolo

Program: Civil & Society, IV

Dietary Restrictions: Shellfish Allergy, Vegan

 Committee 

 

 

Anna

 Green

 

Program: Mech & iBioMed, III

Dietary Restrictions: None

 

 

Anna

Lopatukhin

 

Program: Mech Eng, III

Dietary Restrictions: None

 

 

Connor

Chandran

Program: Elec & Mgmt, III

Dietary Restrictions: None

 

 

Erin

Puersten

 

Program: Mechatronics, IV

Dietary Restrictions: None

 

 

Ian

Currie

Program: Software & Mgmt, IV

Dietary Restrictions: None

 

 

Josh

Lawrence

Program: B.Tech Automation, III

Dietary Restrictions: None

 

 

Lauren

LaValley

Program: Chem & iBioMed, III

Dietary Restrictions: None

 

 

Matana

Hendrickson

Program: EngPhys & iBioMed, III

Dietary Restrictions: None

 

 

Natasha

Varghese

Program: Computer Science, IV

Dietary Restrictions: Pescatarian

 

 

Sophie

 Dyment

Program: EngPhys & iBioMed, II

Dietary Restrictions: Gluten Allergy & Vegan

 

 

Tommy

Kean

Program: EngPhys & Mgmt, III

Dietary Restrictions: None

 

 

Tommy  

Siuda

Program: Civil & Society, V

Dietary Restrictions: No Beef

 

 

Yuvraj

Randhawa

Program: Software, II

Dietary Restrictions: None