Clubs, Teams, and Societies

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Women in Engineering

The goal of the Women in Engineering (WiE) Society is to build a welcoming community of engineering students at Ontario Tech in order to help them feel a greater sense of belonging and lead them towards empowerment. To do this, WiE holds both social events which bring students together, as well as events for professional development to help them gain the skills necessary to stand out and succeed in the field of engineering, where women are still a minority. Students can get involved by participating in events and signing up to volunteer for booths and workshops.

Contact:

wie@ontariotechu.ca

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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

At our student branch, we are focused on inspiring our student community to innovate for a better tomorrow by bringing technical knowledge to the students. We connect students and professors by providing opportunities for professors to showcase their research outside the classroom. In the past, we have hosted professor research nights, mechatronics research nights, Arduino workshops and partnered events with WiE. Our student branch welcomes everyone to join as student members of the world's largest technical organization! Students interested can reach out to volunteer, be a part of our executive team or attend our events!

Contact:

hello@uoitieee.ca

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Ontario Tech Design League

Ontario Tech Design League, with the help of National Design League and Ontario Tech Engineering and Applied Science, connects design-minded students with our industry partners while simultaneously engaging towards overcoming real-world engineering challenges. We host engineering designathons which help construct avenues for students to build connections while enhancing their portfolio. To get involved, visit www.uoitdesignleague.com and get in touch with our team!

Contact:

https://www.uoitdesignleague.com/

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Ontario Tech Racing

Ontario Tech Racing empowers students with the enriching, hands-on learning experience of designing, budgeting, and building a Formula-style electric race car. We are a student design team that cultivates innovation and embraces the multidisciplinary challenges faced by professional motorsport teams.

Contact:

ontariotechracing@gmail.com

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North American Young Generation in Nuclear

NAYGN is a continental organization that provides opportunities for a young generation of nuclear enthusiasts to develop leadership and professional skills, create life-long connections, engage and inform the public, and inspire today’s nuclear technology professionals to meet the challenges of the 21st century. At Ontario Tech University, NAYGN connects students to professionals in the Nuclear field, and spreads nuclear power awareness in the community.

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Ontario Tech Robot in 3 Days

OT Ri3D (Robot in 3 Days) is a team that designs, builds, and programs a robot in 3 days to complete the annual challenges of the FIRST® Robotics Competition. We also offer a mentorship program for local highschool robotics teams. Students can get involved as a mentor, a 3-day challenger, or both! Visit our website for more information and how to join.

Contact:

ri3d@gmail.com

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Engineers Without Borders

Engineers Without Borders is a team of students who strive to bring positive change to our campus community and beyond! Together, we build an environment for students to share their thoughts, concerns and solutions while also working towards upholding the sustainable development goals proposed by the United Nations. We are also a global organization with chapters, initiatives and events all over the world. Students can get involved with the Ontario Tech chapter as a general member, volunteer, director or executive. Please contact us if you have any further questions!

Contact:

otu@ewb.ca

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American Society of Mechanical Engineers

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers Ontario Tech Chapter is an on campus group that strives to help enrich the engineering student experience. Throughout the year, Ontario Tech ASME holds various events such as workshops, seminars and tours to keep students engaged in engineering outside the classroom walls.

Contact:

asme@ontariotechu.ca

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Redline

Redline is a student led project team composed of undergraduate engineering students from all over Canada. Redline is a medium for passionate students to come together and undertake cross-university engineering projects, prepare for engineering competitions, or improve their technical skills in engineering fields. Since its creation, Redline’s goal has been to establish branches of the team in every university in Canada in order to build an ecosystem to connect the brilliant minds of engineering students around the country through both small and large scale projects.

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National Society of Black Engineers

NSBE OTU (The National Society of Black Engineers, Ontario Tech Chapter) aims to promote inclusivity by increasing the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community. We pride ourselves in having various workshops, networking events, game nights and other self-development opportunities to foster a sense of community and professional development including tips on how to succeed in the school journey from a perspective that is catered towards the people of colour!

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Engiqueers

EngiQueers is a nation-wide organization that promotes and advocates for LGBTQ+ students in the engineering field. Ontario Tech Engiqueers aims to bring together LGBTQ+ students and allies in the Ontario Tech engineering community with social and professional development events.

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