Over the last two weeks, the WEEF funding council listed to presentations from people who submitted proposals. After 3 hours of deliberation between WEEF class reps at the funding decision meeting, the allocations for Winter 2016 were finalized. To view the allocations, visit the proposals section of our website. http://www.weef.uwaterloo.ca/proposals.php Proposals are funded based on a majority vote from WEEF class reps elected by all on-stream undergraduate engineering classes. 


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Over the past few years, WEEF has generously donated approximately 35% of the funding that has been put toward the conveyor system in the Management Engineering Undergraduate Laboratory. Even the smaller industrial training kits that have been integrated into the system can be quite costly and would have been very hard for the Management Sciences department to support on its own. 


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ENVE 275, CIVE 375: The purchase of a new Ion Chromatography (IC) system, which WEEF helped fund, has greatly enhanced the lab experience for Civil & Environmental Engineering students. This fully automated system is able to separate and quantify ionic compounds and other water pollutants. The system features an intuitive, easy-to-navigate interface, which makes it ideal for lab demonstrations.
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WEEF Helps Fund Turtlebots

February 18, 2016

ME 597: Autonomous Mobile Robotics remains one of the most popular technical electives for Mechatronics students, thanks in no small part to the hands-on experience of programming real robots afforded by WEEF's support of the lab equipment.


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