Do you like having fun? Being creative? Organizing events for your fellow students? Helping build community spirit among your classmates? Doing something exciting apart from just academic work, while at the same time improving your interpersonal, organizational and time management skills? If ‘YES’ is your answer to all of the above questions, then come out and be a part of the vibrant student clubs in our department that help connect students throughout the undergraduate chemical engineering community with each other, faculty, alumni and industry representatives.
Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering UofT Chapter (CSChE) organizes many professional and recreational events, such as the annual CSChE Conference, Summer Student Symposium, Professor-Student Mixer, Valentine’s Day Candy Gram Sales, Grad Student Pub Night, professional development networking sessions, Plant Tours, CHEMazing Race and much more!
Here are the descriptions of the executive positions available this year with Chem Club and CSChE. Please read them carefully.
POSITION(s) CONTESTED (Note: Candidates may nominate themselves for two executive positions FOR CHEM CLUB ONLY. Nominations for two positions for CSChE are strictly prohibited. Nominations for one position in CSChE and one position in Chem Club are strictly prohibited)
CLASS (eg: 1T3, 1T2 + PEY)
BLURB (no more than 200 words)
Election Timeframe (deadline are 12:00pm on the day of):
March 20th – March 27th: Call for Nominations
March 27th – April 3rd: Campaigning Week
April 3rd – April 5th: Voting Period
April 5th evening: Results announced
If you have any questions do not hesitate to email email@example.com (please state in the subject line of your
email if the query is for Chem Club or CSChE). Detailed campaign rules will be posted prior to campaigning period.
Monday: Chem Town Hall (lunch)/Chemazing Race (4-6pm, meet in common room)
Tuesday: Steamwhistle Plant Tour (3-5pm, meet in common room)
Wednesday: Steamwhistle Plant Tour (3-5pm, same meeting place)/Industry dinner (5-6:30pm, location tbd)
Thursday: Celestica Plant Tour (1-3:30pm, meet in common room)
Friday: Industry Luncheon (3pm-4:30pm)/Chem Dinner (evening)
When: students can purchase from Monday, Feb 4 to Friday, Feb 8.
Where: from class reps or during lunchtime (12-1pm) in the common room (WB238)
How much: each candy gram costs $2 or three for $5
What: each candy gram contains a yummy chocolate truffle (remember the awesome ones from Kris Kingle!?) and various candies1
February is only a few days away! CSChE will be holding its annual Valentines Candy Gram sales in a few days!
Share the love buy buying some candies and chocolates for your friends and classmates. Make the first step to your secret crush, you never know what might happen.
Contact your class reps for purchases!
Hope everyone’s doing well after the first month of second semester.
Here are some awesome pictures taken during CSChE’s Kris Kringle secret santa event. We would love to know what you all received!
The 1T5 chems have hosted their social event at a condo’s party room with subsidies from CSChE and Chem club ($400). I wonder what the other years are planning to do with their peers. Have a look at what the 1T5s did here.
CSChE is hosting it’s annual Kris Kringle and Coffee House. Kris Kringle is a sort of secret Santa, where students sign up and are randomly assigned to buy a $20 present for another student in their year. In turn, someone will be buying you a present, too! Deadline to sign up is Nov. 20, names will be sent out shortly after, and then you have until Nov 30 to buy a present! if you want to sign up but don’t have facebook, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and year, and you will be included in the Kris Kringle. The gift exchange will happen during our annual Coffee House, held on the evening of Nov 30, where fellow students will perform for us, and there will be treats and drinks. Sign up soon!