The ESS has affiliate groups, autonomous bodies that work alongside the ESS with our support. They are the Lakehead Makerspace and the Engineering Equipment Endowment Fund E3F. Other engineering-related clubs on campus include the discipline societies and Engineers Without Borders. Learn more below!
Engineering Equipment Endowment Fund E3F
The E3F allows engineering students to request lab equipment to better their academic studies.
An autonomous group operating in the ATAC with equipment and support for engineering students. For more information and to check out past creations, click here.
The Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering – Lakehead University Student Chapter
Membership gets you access to the textbook drive, society room (CB1011A) and reduced ticket prices at CSChE events, including spaghetti suppers and bowling nights.
The Canadian Society for Civil Engineering – Lakehead University Student Chapter
Aside from running the annual engineering clothing sale, the chapter organizes a corn roast, wing night, and golf tournament. Email email@example.com or visit CB0049 or their website for more information.
The Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering – Lakehead University Student Chapter
The CSME chapter offers networking events and opportunities for scholarships, conferences, and more. Visit the society room in CB 0036, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their site to learn more.
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
Established in 1985, this student chapter organizes coding tutorials, movie nights, and more. Email email@example.com or visit CB3042 for more information.
Engineers Without Borders – Lakehead Chapter
EWB is a global international development nonprofit that aims to address crucial causes of poverty and inequality. At Lakehead, we are committed to building a community of aspiring students to influence social change and work towards a more sustainable future.