EUS Elections 2015: Referendum Questions

Referenda In addition to Elections, EUS Elections is also an opportunity for the Society to run Referenda questions to change Policy, Constitution or add fee levies. Any questions can be added to the ballot as long as they are approved by EUS Board of Governors. Current EUS Fees (2014/2015) CORE EUS FEE:   40$ This fee is the total amount ...

EUS Elections 2015: Candidates

Meet the Candidates for EUS Elections 2015. Make sure to read their biographies or come out to the EUS Elections Events to make an informed vote. Voting will take place from March 22-27 2015 online at:https://amsvoting.as.it.ubc.ca/ EUS PresidentAlan Ehrenholz Hello, my name is Alan Ehrenholz and I am running to be your next Engineering Undergraduate Society President.  This role is ...

AMS Constituency of the Year Award

Last night we were honoured to receive the AMS Constituency of the Year Award at the AMS All President’s Dinner. We want to thank everyone for their support of the EUS throughout the year. This award is for all our students who have given back to the EUS and the UBC Engineering Community. We would like to say a special …

EUS Elections 2015

Want to get involved in the EUS? Do you have ideas for events to run or changes to make? Then EUS Elections is your chance! EUS Elections 2015 are held in March and we elected 7 EUS Executives, 1 APSC Student Senator, and 2 AMS Representatives. This year Elections will be slightly different as we passed the EUS Restructure at ...

EUS Appreciation Awards

Last Saturday at the 96th Annual Engineer's Ball, in between all the E-Week Celebration, we took time to appreciate a few of the individuals who give so much to our Society. These awards were decided upon by the Executive Awards Committee. We want to take a moment again today to thank these individuals and their contributions to the EUS and ...

EUS Annual General Meeting Agenda

February 3 is the EUS Annual General Meeting. This is a meeting open to all Active Members of the Society to vote on any presented motions, make changes to the constitution, and hear accountability presentations from the EUS Executive. The votes of the Society are only binding with quorum is met, quorum is one/twentieth of the Active Members. This year …

A Discussion with the Faculty about the Strategic Plan

This Friday the Faculty of Applied Science will be hosting an open meeting to engineering students interested in being a part of a conversation about the APSC Strategic Plan, Engage2020. They are answering the question: where will the Faculty of Applied Science be in 5 years? Do you want to read up on the plan before hand or give online ...

The Engineering Undergraduate Society Restructure 2015

Background The Engineering Undergraduate Society has taken on many forms since its creation in 1919. The last major restructure of the EUS was in 2008. Since then, many other gradual changes have been made to improve the Society. This year, the Executive noticed some structural problems that stopped the Society from reaching it's potential. So, this Winter Break, we sat down and created ...

UBCEC 2014 Winners

We would like to thank all the UBC Engineers who came out on Saturday to compete in the UBC Engineering Competition. The scores have been tallied, and we would like to announce the winners of each competition:  Debate Score Sly, Persuasive Debators 65.15/100 Very Red 62/100 Communications Score Transportationeers 81.7/100 Enantiomer 73.8/100 Rapid Thigh Movement 71.3/100 Innovative Design Score Street ...

Iron Pin Ceremony

We would like to formally invite all UBC Vancouver Engineering Students, Staff and Faculty to the inaugural UBC Engineering Iron Pin Ceremony. This ceremony is a symbol of each student’s entrance into the profession being a UBC Engineer, and serves as an introduction to the ethical code that UBC Engineers uphold. Incoming Students – Tuesday, November 25, 11:00am – 12:15 …