We, from ECE Club, welcome you to Skule! Joining as an Engineer means you are en route to becoming the best and brightest you can be! We maintain a structured partnership with faculty providing functional study areas and
resources, such as study halls and computer labs. And, when you need to relax, come to our common room where you can enjoy some foosball or play smash with friends.
Collect and analyze the result of students‘ feedback/evaluation and back to the faculty
Assist communications between the faculty and students
Help classmates solve concerns about academic
Connection between Class Representatives and EngSoc's VP Academic in terms of academic advocacy hierarchy
Resolve academic issues with Class Representatives and Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Participate in ECE club's activities
Provide guideline/goal for academic portfolio, and assist Class Representatives to achieve the goal
Participate in EngSoc's Academic Advocacy Committee (AAC)
Goals for the Year
Provide Academic Guidance
[NEW] How to survive ECE second year? - Finish the document and let 2T3 class representatives to update it.
Magellan 101 - Provide information on kernel and major depth courses in each area, which will help 2T3s to choose their courses by late January 2021
[NEW] Guide to First Year Courses - Similar with "How to survive ECE second year" document, but gathering 2T4 feedback and aim to finish it by June 2021
Get syllabus for all ECE courses and share those to ECE undergraduate office
Encourage class representatives to upload academic resources, such as quizzes, tests and notes.
Academic Support Channel
Provide protocol for reporting academic issues in document and visuals.
Share important academic issues with the ECE undergraduate office, through ECE student-staff meetings.
Help class representatives to deliver academic concerns to faculty and professors
Interact with EngSoc's VP academic through Academic Advocacy Committee (AAC), and bring some initiatives of AAC to ECE club
Yixin's Fun Fact: Raising five rabbits (2 whites, 1 black, 1 dotted, 1 brown) at the same time in my apartment XD David's Fun Facts:
I haven't visited Canada until I came to join UofT in August 2018.
I didn't know UWaterloo exists before I came here (seriously!).
I am using old phone as my webcam, as webcam is very expensive because of COVID-19.
I have three Google Accounts, and one of them is derived from my UofT email.
I couldn't ride a bike until 2019.
Providing first year members of the Joint ECE Club with a guidance and support system to ease their transition into university;
Interviewing and selecting mentors to personally advise and aid incoming Electrical and Computer Engineering students
Oversee and communicate with mentors throughout the year to ensure they are fulfilling their duties
Running various events to foster relationships between the first year Electrical and Computer Engineering students and between the first year and upper year Electrical and Computer Engineering students
Goals for the Year
providing first year ECE students with a guidance and support system through upper year mentors who can personally advise and aid them
Run various cross-disciplinary events as well as try to foster relationships between first year ECE students and upper year ECE students
Fun Fact: I'm left-handed :)
As an Events director, I will organize and administer multiple events throughout the year, including the dinner dance✨ (if and when the health regulations permit).
Fun Fact: Hey everyone! I’m Flora Xuan, an ECE 2T4. I’ve been learning violin and piano, love sports, travelling and anything fun! My dog Sirius is a pure golden retriever that has just turned two. Looking forward for meeting all of you!
Sending out mass emails
Collaborating with the Webmaster to add and organize content on the ECE Club website
Managing the ECE Club social media accounts
Planning and documenting ECE club meetings
Goals for the Year
Increase awareness of ECE Club initiatives
Connect students with resources and opportunities in ECE club