Posts Categorized: Skule Digest

MAKE Momentum Swing Event Coming Up

Hey Guys!!!Want to get a head start on learning MIE100? Come to the Momentum Swing Event held by MAKE club! We will start off with a brief tutorial on the conservation of angular momentum and concept of resonance. These two concepts are widely used in …

Want an Iron Ring? Attend an Information Session

The Camp One Office will host two information sessions for the 2017 Iron Ring Ceremony.Wednesday, February 1 from 6-7 p.m. SF 1105Thursday, February 9 from 5-6 p.m. BA 1160Critical dates, times and ceremony information will be shared at thesesessions….

Join U of T DI!

The University of Toronto Destination Imagination (DI) club is currently looking for team members and executives! We are looking for students who express interest and initiative in creative design and are willing to compete, on an international level, …

Google x IEEE UofT Resume Workshop 2

TL;DR: SIGN UP AT and come get your resume reviewed!Come get an opportunity to sit down with Google engineers and get some hands-on advice on writing and polishing your resumes – what to include, and how to stand out. Also mingle with eng…

Galbraith Society Journal: Editor Recruitment

Are you passionate about research in science & technology?

Do you appreciate clear and concise writing?

Galbraith Society wants you!

We’re looking for Journal Editors and Reviewers for our third – 2016-2017 – issue of the Galbraith Society Undergraduate Engineering Journal. This is an opportunity to gain significant experience in working on an academic journal publication.

Both undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to join!


Successful applicants will be contacted for a Skype or in-person interview.

Application deadline: Monday, Jan 30, 2017

Chestnut Residence Needs Engineering Dons!

Chestnut Residence Don Applications are Now Open for the 2017-2018 Academic Year!

This leadership opportunity is an excellent way to get involved, help students and build community. We are looking for committed, responsible, and creative folks to join an amazing team for an experience like no other.

Attend one of our info sessions at Chestnut Residence:

• Wednesday, January 18th from 4pm-5pm

• Tuesday, January 24th from 8pm-9pm

The application form and further information can be found at

CECA – Green Energy Challenge Kickoff Meeting

The U of T CECA Student Chapter is recruiting for our 2017 projects with building energy retrofits and renewable energy. This is your chance to participate in international competitions, network in the contracting industry, and apply your skills to real-world problems.

Come out to our kickoff session to learn more about CECA’s activities and how you can get involved. In addition to practical experience working with local commercial and institutional buildings, you may also have the opportunity to submit your resume for summer job placements at our industry partners or travel to conferences.

Food, Performances, Games and Prizes!

The U of T Malaysian Student Association will be hosting the first ever ASEAN Food Festival in Toronto! If you’re looking to try new cuisines from different parts of South East Asia or if you’re up for the challenge to indulge in new delicacies, this i…

IEEE UofT Bug-A-Thon & Web App Testing

TL;DR: Learn and practice software/web-app testing and earn CASH PRIZES up to $300!!!

Curious about how software development and testing is like in the industry? Learned about software testing, but feeling frustrated that there isn’t any real commerical product for you to practice on? Then this competition is for you – a web-application testing competition brought to you by IEEE UofT student branch with ELL Technologies!

This event consists of 2 parts:

1. Workshop on Software/Web-application Testing:

The workshop will be conducted by ELL’s software engineers, and will cover topics such as: software quality and testing, software development lifecycle, frontend web dev and testing, etc.

2. Bug-finding Competition:

i.e. a “bug-a-thon” for you to put what you learned to the test! You will be uncovering bugs of ELL Technologies’ e-Learning products. You are allowed to use any open source tools that you can find to help you to uncover more bugs, or even write your own automated test code. ELL engineers will be there to judge your performance real-time, and you will receive the most points if you uncover behavorial/logic-related bugs, especially if you can find the cause. The top three participants with the most scores will be awarded with prize money:

1st place: $300

2nd place: $150

3rd place: $100

Not to mention, LUNCH, DINNER, DRINKS, and SNACKS will be provided! No registration is required, just show up on time. See you there debuggers!

SEA – Sustainability Conference

As advances in sustainability and renewable energy proposals become increasingly prominent; policymakers, business leaders, and even individuals share the responsibility of implementing and incorporating these proposals into pre-existing systems.

Much has been talked about, and many ideas have been exchanged, but what has been done and what should be done?

Under the theme “From Policy to Practice”, the 2017 UofT Sustainability Conference aims to showcase how various sustainable projects, ventures and policies are currently being applied within industry practice.

The conference brings together and connects individuals and groups from a variety of backgrounds: government, university, corporate, etc, in order to discuss sustainability within a broad range of sectors.

Recently, there has been an ongoing initiative to implement sustainable ideas and plans through various technologies and policies. However utilizing these technologies and applying these policies are not easily accomplished. “How do we take these Policies and apply them to Industry Practice?” That is the question we strive to address with the 2017 UofT Sustainability Conference.

Registration link:

Conference Link