Queen's Engineering Society
Formed in 1897, the Engineering Society of Queen’s University, often known as EngSoc, is one of the oldest representative bodies for engineering students in Canada and continues to be a leader in student initiatives. With 2400 members currently staying on campus, 15 thousand active alumni living throughout the world, and an annual budget of $1.2 million, the Engineering Society oversees some 45 student-run initiatives ranging from design projects to services to fun social events.
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