The Engineering Society, or EngSoc, is the student government for undergraduate engineering students at the University of
Toronto. It represents all full-time and part-time undergraduate engineers and is made up of elected student volunteers. EngSoc
engages in academic advocacy, allocates funding to groups and initiatives in the community, and provides a wide variety of
services and events to students. If there is anything you want to know about the Engineering Society that you can't find on this
website, please email us or visit our office.
The Engineering Society is run by volunteers in a wide variety of positions. It would be impossible to list everyone who contributes to its operation, but this page includes information about many of those volunteers. To read more about each role, what that person does, and how you can contact them, expand one of the categories below.
Officers handle EngSoc's day-to-day operations and external relations at a high level. Each of them also oversee a group of Project Directors related to their portfolios. They are elected directly by all full-time and part-time engineering students.
President Shivani Nathoo
Who am I? I'm an EngSci 1T8 + PEY, specializing in Energy Systems. I’m proud to call Skule™ my home away from home, and am looking forward to an exciting year representing you as EngSoc President.
Determine a vision for EngSoc and give direction to the broader goals that the team intends to pursue
Oversee the operations of EngSoc, ensuring that everything is running smoothly and that everyone has the resources needed to achieve their goals
Represent engineering students and student interests & concerns to the faculty, university, and beyond
Put out fires, both literal and metaphorical, as they come up
Be approachable and accessible to hear what you want to see from EngSoc and what you have to say
Goals for the Year
Make it easier for students to find what interests them, by continuing work on the Skule Calendar, the Skule Digest, and the clubs page, and changing the way we run clubs fair.
Develop guides on navigating common concerns, such as probation, academic appeals, and maintaining good mental health
Work to improve the support students get from the faculty by lobbying for changes to Engineering Career Centre, Academic Advisors, and clearer probation processes
Ensure a smooth transition into the CEIE
Fun Fact! I was terrified of ferries in middle school after I almost got hit by one while I was kayaking and trapped in a riptide.
Who am I? I’m an Mech 1T8T1+PEY, specializing in mechatronics (yay robots) and solid mechanics (yay design). In my past two years, I was the co-manager for Hard Hat Café and the Engineering Stores. Looking forward to allocating EngSoc’s finances and creating meaningful projects with the other officers!
EngSoc Operating Budget
Skule Endowment Fund
Temporary Levy Fund
Special Projects Funding
Overseeing the Finance Committee
Just money stuff in general
Goals for the Year
Create transparency for EngSoc’s funding procedures and financial decisions.
Allocate funds to projects that have more impact within the Skule community.
Streamline funding distributions throughout the year.
Communicate with the student body about the available funding resources from EngSoc.
Facilitate a better and ever-improving EngSoc with my fellow officers!
Fun Fact! I play FPS inverted! My down is up and up is down!
Who am I? I am an EngSci 2T0 in Artificial Learning/Machine Intelligence. I was a class rep and Academic Appeals Committee Member, and I am super excited to continue to advocate for all your academic needs!
Who am I? I am an ECE 2T0 specializing in Control and Electronics. I have been an executive member of Hi-Skule and I can’t wait to make the Skule community a better place for all of you!
Manage clubs within the Skule community.
Manage the club affiliation committee and approve clubs to become Skule clubs.
Oversee project directorships including F!rosh Week, Skule Kup, SCOre, DTA director, and the Equity and Inclusivity director.
Help affiliated Skule clubs receive funding from the faculty.
Goals for the Year
Work with ILead with ensure all student leaders and students are ready to take on larger responsibilities.
Work with the first year office to provide first years with more knowledge and understanding of the community.
Create a clubs fair during Godiva week to promote more first years to join clubs.
Ensure all Skule™ affiliated clubs are providing for the students.
Fun Fact! I am obsessed with all things Disney. I read all the blogs and follow all of their social media. If you ever want to discuss a movie or learn about how the movies/characters are connected, come find me.
The Board of Directors is the highest level of governance and oversees all of the operations of the Engineering Society, as well as the activities of the Officers. Board of Directors Representatives vote on major decisions concerning changes to EngSoc's services, methods of representation, and bylaws. The Board holds the Officers and Directors of the Society accountable for their actions, and ultimately ensures that the Engineering Society acts in the best interests of its Members. They are elected directly by all full-time and part-time engineering students in each of their constituencies.
At-Large Representative MacKenzie Campbell At-Large Representative Zachary LaPointe At-Large Representative Vacant At-Large Representative Vacant First Year Representative Vacant First Year Representative Vacant First Year Representative Vacant Chemical Engineering Representative Muskan Sethi Civil Engineering Representative Jinbo Yu Computer Engineering Representative Alexander Caton Electrical Engineering Representative Ankita Khanda Engineering Science Representative Andrew Kidd Industrial Engineering Representative Samuel McCulloch Mechanical Engineering Representative Sourabh Das Materials Science and Engineering Representative Jennifer Dixon Mineral Engineering Representative Vacant UTSU Representative Vacant Speaker Vacant
Project Directors each manage a particular service or initiative, from managing a café to teaching high school students about engineering. Many of them form committees or teams open to anyone at Skule to achieve their goals for the year. They are elected by the outgoing EngSoc Council members near the end of their terms. See the Project Directors page for more details.
Associated Entities are non-EngSoc organizations who are considered part of Council because of their contributions to the Skule community. The method by which they are elected or appointed varies based on their position. For mor information, please visit the Associated Entities page.
Class Representatives are members of each discipline and year who represent the concerns and values of their classmates to Discipline Clubs, EngSoc, and the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. They are elected directly by all full-time and part-time engineering students in each of their constituencies. For a Representative's email, click on their name.