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Pie in the Eye 2015

Seeking volunteers and participants for Pie in the Eye!

To volunteer, please contact Marten Fidler, Charity Director, at or 306-596-8136 and fill out the this poll with your availability.

Pie in the Eye (PITE) is the Regina Engineering Students’ Society’s favourite fundraiser! This year, we are running it during the second week of March from 9:00am-5:00pm. PITE is a fundraiser where volunteers deliver whipped cream pies around the city. To purchase a pie, you pay $10 (or more, if desired). Then our volunteers will send it to anyone in Regina.

The recipients of the pies can either:

Accept the pie in the face!

Pay the original amount, +$5, to send it to another person in Regina

Pay the original amount, +$10, to stop the pie chain

Anyone can order pies from the Engineering Lounge at the University of Regina (ED 127), or call 1-306-545-RESS (1-306-545-7377) from March 9-13, 9:00am-5:00pm.

This year we are excited to raise funds for the Tetra Society, which connects engineers with disabled clients to build custom devices to improve their quality of life. Included with this email is a letter of endorsement from the Tetra Society. Please share this message with others in your office and other companies in Regina to promote awareness. 

Election 2015 Nominations

The following is the current nominations running for the 2015 election.

President Nicole Barber
VP Student Associations  Caileigh Beckman
VP Academic Ahmad Qaqa Dylan Edgar
VP Professional Affairs Marten Fidler
VP Finance Magda Seitz
VP Communications Brittany Sippola
VP Social Maksym Zabutnyy
Student Services Director Nick Laplante Adam Tilson Garrett Terlson
Student Life Director Zach Martin Mackenzie Gelinas Rayann Joesph Soledad
Visual Media Director  (James) Tsung-Han Hsieh
Stores Director Tristan Heisler  Tyson Blaschke
Publications Director
Charity Director Armin Smajevic Brant Geddes
Industry Relations Director  Carly Meena
Lounge Director Jeremy Beaurivage Quinn Bast

Please ensure that your “Certificate of Understanding of Required Responsibilities” has been filled out. If you wish to accept your nomination, please contact your CRO, David Crossman, at

ENGG Week 2015 Scores

Good news everyone,

In 1st place: #idfwy

In 2nd place: Raging Buffalo

In 3rd place: E.R.E.C.T.

Final Scores are as follows:

Chariot Bowling Price Lasers Fort EWB Sandwich Spirit Final Trivia Total
#idfwy 7 25 5 5 15 15 176 50 298
Just Google It 6 10 5 5 0 5 24 0 55
The Wire Strippers 0 10 25 15 0 0 0 50
Elon Musketeers 15 25 25 5 0 10 90 30 200
Raging Buffalo 25 30 0 25 5 22 120 50 275
My drinking team has an engineering problem 9 25 5 5 20 0 161 0 225
Engineers Raising Environmental Concerns of Today. 10 10 10 25 30 5 135 20 230
Engine Ears 8 30 0 5 0 0 62 0 105

ENGG Week 2015

2015-2016 RESS Election

RESS elections are right around the corner! We have a variety of RESS positions to fill, so be sure to check out what the RESS Council has to offer. Nomination forms can be downloaded, as well as the operations manual outlining responsibilities and election rules and regulations outlining election bylaws, on our website:
Elected positions are the President, Vice-Presidents, and Director positions outlined on our website:
Important Dates are as follows:
Nominations Open: Monday, February 23, 2015 at 8am
Nominations Acceptance: Friday, February 27, 2015 at 5pm
Campaign Period: Monday, March 2, 2015 at 8am to Friday, March 5, 2015 at 5pm
Candidates Forum: Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 8:30pm
Election Day: Friday, March 13, 2015 at 8 to 5pm
Being involved with the RESS is an excellent opportunity to develop soft skills, network with industry, network with other engineering student societies across Canada, gain event planning experience and more.
For more information, contact David Crossman, CRO for the 2015 RESS Elections at

ENGG Week 2015

Since 1992, National Engineering Month has been used as an opportunity to raise public awareness of the importance of engineering and technology in our daily lives and to encourage young people to consider careers in engineering and technology. This is done throughout Canada and takes the form of volunteer-organized events.

The RESS will be hosting multiple events and activities during the week of March 2nd to bolster inner faculty pride through feats of physical toughness, engineering spirit, practical knowledge, and of course taking time to enjoy the engineer’s favourite BEvERage.

The schedule for the week is:

Monday March 2:
Opening Ceremonies; Academic Green; 2:30pm
Chariot Racing; Academic Green; 2:45pm – 3:45pm
Bowling Night; Golden mile bowling lanes – 3806 Albert st.; 9:30pm – midnight

Tuesday March 3:
Pancakes; Education Building 127; 8:30am – 11:30am
Price is Right; Education Auditorium 106.2; 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Laser Quest; 10 Hesse Bay; 8:00pm

Wednesday March 4:
Fort Building; Academic Green; 2:30pm
EWB Global Engineering Game; Education Building 312; 6:00pm
Wine, Whiskey & Cheese; The Owl; 9:00pm (must legal drinking age 19+)

Thursday March 5:
Pancakes; Education Building 127; 8:30am – 11:30am
Skiing; Mission Ridge; 4:00pm (sold separately – Receive $5 off!!)

Friday March 6:
Sandwich Building Competition; TBA; 11:30am
Beer in the Lounge; TBA; 12:00pm – 5:00pm (must legal drinking age 19+)

Teams can have up to 7 people on their team, only 5 may participate at each event. You must sign up by Monday February 23 @ 12:00 pm.

Register Here

More details:

Throughout the week we need you to show engineering spirit, moral boosting throughout the school is strongly encouraged. Points will be awarded for each winning event: 1st place receives 25 points, 2nd receives 15, 3rd receives 10 and so on… there will also be points awarded for things like spirit and sportsmanship. So things like team uniforms are encouraged.

Become a Commissioner for the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students


Message from Mark Grady, 2015 President of the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students:

After another great Congress, the time has come for the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students to open up Commissioner applications for the 2015-2016 year! If you would like to join our team for the upcoming year, then apply before February 13th, 2015 at 11:59:59 PM.

The application form is available at the following link:

Any member of a member school is welcome to apply for a position. If you have a sharp set of skills, a particular interest in a project or task, want to give back, or otherwise want to get involved and contribute to our national body, this could be great fit for you.    

Commissioners are key players on the Officer Team, who each deal with a specific set of tasks / projects. We have commissioners in order to best divvy up the work of the CFES into specific portfolios. Then, they can be worked on individually (or with other assigned individuals, if that’s decided) until the Officer Team regroups at Summer Meeting, then again at President’s Meeting (where we also present to the members), Fall Meeting, and Congress (where we once more also present to the members). Transition and yearly goal-setting occur at Spring meeting. 

A short description of each position available is attached: CFES positions

We look forward to receiving your applications! 

To learn a bit more about CFES and what they do, visit

Math 122 Review

A Math 122 Review Session ran Monday, December 15th. This tutoring session is brought to you by the RESS First Year Tutor fund.

The tutor for this session was Regan Meloche. Some of the material below was covered during the session, as well as some extra practice problems.

Math 122 Review

If you have any more questions for your Math 122 final, Regan can be contacted at

Best of luck in your finals!

To all those finished or almost done finals – Happy Holidays and see you again in January!

Math 110 Review

A Math 110 Review Session will be run Sunday, December 14th, 6:00-8:00pm in CL 110. All students enrolled in Math 110 are encouraged to attend! This tutoring session is brought to you by the RESS First Year Tutor fund.

The tutor for this session is Shayne Gryba. The material below will be covered during the session, and those who cannot attend the session may use these to help in studying.



One last tutoring session for first years will happen for Math 122 on Monday, December 15th, 6:00-8:00pm in CL 110. As well for 2nd year students, an Engg 240 tutoring session will happen on Monday, December 15th from 12:00-2:00pm in CL 112.

Best of luck in your finals!

Physics 109 Review

A Physics 109 Review Session will be run December 10th, 6:00-8:00pm in CL 110. All students enrolled in Physics 109 are encouraged to attend! This tutoring session is brought to you by the RESS First Year Tutor fund.

The tutor for this session is Sam Jaques. The slides below will be covered during the session, and those who cannot attend the session may use these to help in studying.

Physics 109 Review Questions (well formatted)

Physics 109 Final Review Solutions

Two more reviews are coming up, Math 110 Review on December 14th, 6:00-8:00pm in CL 110 and Math 122 Review on December 15th, 6:00-8:00pm in CL 110.

Best of luck in your finals!