Mechanical engineering students in the Machine Design course (ENGG3280) will showcase their creative designs and manufacturing skills at the Mechanical Engineering Trade Show. Over 30 groups of mechanical engineering students will present machines designed and built for food and agriculture applications. Everyone is welcome!
Come out and see this fall's design projects! 19 groups will be presenting their ENGG*41X0 designs and posters.
Join fellow Guelph Engineering alumni, faculty, students and friends for an hors-d'oeuvres gala & reception as we honour a group of our esteemed alumni and corporate partners. Tickets are $30 per person and include a complimentary beverage ticket. Congratulations to all 2018 award winners: Young Alumnus of Honour: Maddie Carter, B.Eng. ’14 Outstanding Volunteer: Dr. Reda Fayek Mid-Career Award: Nick Veriotes, B.Sc. (Eng.) ’93 Award of Excellence: DENSO Medal of Achievement: Edward Rule, B.Sc. (Eng.) ’68
Make your own free yogurt parfait! Lactose-free yogurt available.
The University of Guelph hosts Science and Engineering Sunday to help high school students, parents, teachers and guidance counsellors learn more about the University’s engineering and science programs. The School of Engineering plans a very informative and interactive morning which includes:
U of G is organizing a trip to Ottawa to provide undergrad and grad students a unique opportunity to visit Health Canada. Trip consists of: Speaker panel of U of G alumni working at Health Canada Alumni/student networking event Networking workshops & a career fair to learn about working in the public sector, student recruitment and how to apply for government jobs Confirmed Agencies:
An annual event in collaboration with Ontario Network of Women in Engineering (ONWiE) to allow girls in grades 7 to 10 to explore engineering. This event will include games and challenges for girls to complete, which will allow them to explore aspects of design, coding and engineering. As well as this, a panel of faculty, UofG students and co-op representatives will be available for parents and guardians to ask questions. Lunch will be provided. Register Here
The teeter-totter is a long standing engineering community event aimed at bringing together students, faculty and staff for a bit of fun and to support a good cause. Come out and support the Engineering Society’s annual Teeter-Totter-a-Thon for Marianne's Place (Guelph Centre for Women in Crisis)! The Engineering Teeter-Totter, built right here in the SOE machine shop in 1992, will be in continuous motion for 24 hours straight from 5:00 pm Wednesday October 10th - 5:00 pm Thursday October 11th in Branion Plaza (beside the cannon).