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Sign up for the 2017 Engineering Mentorship Program

The RESS is happy to announce that the mentorship program will continue again for the 2017-2018 year. However, we cannot have a mentorship program without our dedicated mentors and protégés. This is where you come in!

Would you like to help an inexperienced student get through their early years by offering advice and sharing your wisdom? Or would you like to draw upon helpful knowledge of an experienced engineering student? If you answered yes to either of these questions, fill out the form below.

Keep in mind that mentorship does not equal tutoring. The purpose of mentorship is meant to be about guiding new engineering students to a fun and successful student life. Fill in the form below!

Sign up for the 2016 Engineering Mentorship Program!

The RESS is happy to announce that the mentorship program will continue again for the 2016-2017 year.  However, we cannot have a mentorship program without our dedicated mentors and protégés.  This is where you come in!

Would you like to help an inexperienced student get through their early years by offering advice and sharing your wisdom? Or would you like to draw upon helpful knowledge of an experienced engineering student?  If you answered yes to either of these questions, fill out the form below.

Keep in mind that mentorship does not equal tutoring.  The purpose of mentorship is meant to be about guiding new engineering students to a fun and successful student life. Fill in the form below!

Beef & Pizza

The Regina Engineering Students’ Society invites all students to this semester’s Beef and Pizza event, which will be held on February 29th from 12:00-2:00 PM in ED 312.

Feel free to swing by and talk about your classes over free pizza provided by your favorite students’ group. We will be taking all of your complaints and compliments for each of your engineering and non-engineering classes. If you cannot attend but have some concerns that you would like addressed please contact Nick LaPlante, VP Academic at academic@uofrengineering.com, or Adam Tilson, Student Services Director at services@uofrengineering.com

RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1517418735230845/

We hope to see you there!

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First Year Final Tutorials – 2016

 

 

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As finals are coming up quickly, come check out the Regina Engineering Students’ Society’s First Year Tutorials. These are free to attend for all students, and are specifically targeted to the Engineering students.

Sign Up for the Engineering Mentorship Program!

The RESS is happy to announce that the mentorship program will continue again for the 2015-2016 year.  However, we cannot have a mentorship program without our dedicated mentors and protégés.  This is where you come in!

Would you like to help an inexperienced student get through their early years by offering advice and sharing your wisdom? Or would you like to leach upon the helpful knowledge of an experienced engineering student?  If you answered yes to either of these questions, visit the link below to sign-up for the mentorship program as a mentor or protégé.

Mentorship 2015/2016 Sign-Up Form

Keep in mind that mentorship does not equal tutoring.  The purpose of mentorship is meant to be about guiding new engineering students to a fun and successful student life.

Contact Nick LaPlante, services@uofrengineering.com, for more information.

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 melocher@uregina.ca.

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.

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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!

Want to be a Mentor or a Protégé?

The RESS is happy to announce that the mentorship program will continue for a second year after running very successfully last year.  However, we cannot have a mentorship program without mentors and protégés.  This is where you come in! Would you like to help an inexperienced student get through their early years by offering advice and sharing your wisdom? Or would you like to leach upon the helpful knowledge of an experienced engineering student?  If you answered yes to either of these questions, visit the link below to sign-up for the mentorship program.

Mentorship program sign-up form

Keep in mind that mentorship does not equal tutoring.  The purpose of mentorship is meant to be about guiding new engineering students to a fun and successful student life.