EngSoc elections

EngSoc executive hopefuls respond to student concerns at debate

On Wednesday night in the ILC atrium, next year’s Engineering Society hopefuls fielded questions from the student body about managing heavy workloads and the potential return of the Student Choice Initiative.Continue...

Uncontested EngSoc presidential candidate campaigns on student engagement

Spencer Lee, Sci ‘21, wants Queen’s engineers to know what their Society stands for.Continue...

Uncontested EngSoc vice-presidential candidates are student-focused

The uncontested candidates vying for each of the two vice-presidential roles in the Engineering Society sat down with The Journal to lay out their visions for the Society.

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More than half of engineering students vote in historic election turnout

The Engineering Society’s (EngSoc) “Five-Oh and Go Vote” campaign led to the faculty’s highest voter turnout in several years.Continue...

EngSoc VP Ops candidates look to improve services

Andrew Crawford and Erin Murphy are hoping to have a chance to oversee six services, three director positions and the budget and strategic planning process of Orientation Week and Sci Formal, as the Engineering Society’s (EngSoc) Vice-President of Operations.Continue...

EngSoc VPSA candidates aim to promote camaraderie

Jerry Haron and Alex Wood are the two candidates running for the position of Vice-President of Student Affairs (VPSA) for the Engineering Society (EngSoc).Continue...

EngSoc presidential hopefuls debate tradition

Three candidates debated engineering traditions and the possibility of incorporating the society at yesterday’s Engineering Society (EngSoc) presidential debate.Continue...

Three third-years vie for EngSoc presidency

Logan Bell, Julie Tseng and Kristy Tu are all running for President of the Engineering Society, with a shared goal of re-evaluating past work.Continue...

EngSoc VP candidates face off over improving communication

Yesterday’s wide-ranging Engineering Society (EngSoc) vice-presidential debate focused on long-term planning and improving the society’s communications and marketing.Continue...