See the poster for details!
Starting Jan. 23rd, 2022! Stay Tuned!!
CMAS would like to congratulate Professor Beausoleil-Morrison on being awarded the first annual Outstanding Professor Award! This is awarded to a professor from the MAAE department who goes above and beyond to help students. Thank you to all who participated.
This has been a hard year for all of us, but we’re sure at least one of your professors has stood out. Maybe it was their compassion, the extra effort they put into classes, or that they always go the extra mile to make sure students understand the material. If you had an outstanding professor from the MAAE department this semester, let us know at https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=lRjZagbeXki8UfzhJsyFMKr5CkYkCUhHqgNRwXltzRVURU5PODRTVE02OEJJRFdMRjFUV1FOR01aWi4u
or with the QR code!
The catapult competition is back! This is your chance to exploit some elastic potential energy to build the best catapult C-eng has ever seen! Rules: -You can use whatever materials you want! From a random spoon you find in the kitchen to industrial grade PVC Piping. You can also make the catapult as big or as small as you’d like -Your Catapult MUST have a name -Catapults will be judged based on three categories, so design your catapult accordingly. The categories are: Most creative design, most sustainable design, and best overall performance. The submission period will be from February 12th to 21st. Send us a cool video of your catapult in action! You can launch a peanut, an apple or a cat, we don’t care as long as it’s cool and show’s your catapult working! (Video should be 1 minute max). The videos will be posted on our social media pages and then our members will vote for the winner based on three categories!
Submit your submissions here: https://forms.gle/1Qj9BXfdjAWFekEP9
Folksy Wisdom is a chance for first and second year students to meet and talk to upper year students, graduate students, and alumni! Come get some helpful advice on how to make the most of your engineering experience. Not sure what classes to take or which stream to choose? Not sure how you want to schedule your classes for second year? Not sure what to expect of an in person school year since your first year was online? Wondering about how you can get involved in the C-eng community or have any questions about co-op? Come out to Folksy Wisdom and you’ll be sure to get some helpful advice! Whether you’re a Mech, Aero, or Biomed student, or even if you’re just curious about one of these programs, be sure to stop by Folksy!