The ryEng community is full of amazing stories, achievements, dreams, and passions. That’s why Humans of ryEng was created – to share those stories. Together the Humans team will create social media campaigns, student showcases, and multiplatform content to achieve their goal of ensuring everyone is heard and valued.

*Based on the famous Humans of New York.*

Tetra Ryerson is a student run group that works with the North American Society of Tetra. We break down accessibility barriers for individuals with disabilities by designing and developing innovative assistive devices. We are currently working on a number of different projects. Throughout the year we will be welcoming new clients, which will open numerous opportunities for students to work with industry professionals to develop and apply a variety of creative, problem solving, and technical skills. In addition to our hands-on design projects, we also host: industry nights, workshops (with our exoskeleton workshop being most popular), hospital and research facility tours, and our annual Assistive Devices and Medical Technologies Conference. The many facets of Tetra Ryerson challenge students with tackle real-world problems and use engineering to break down barriers.

Ryerson Women in Engineering (WiE) supports women in the engineering community with their academic performance, professional development, and social network. This is achieved through WiE’s mentorship program, career-building and networking events, and technical workshops. WiE also participates in outreach initiatives to encourage women to pursue engineering in their post secondary education.

The Ryerson Engineering Competition is an annual competition for all engineering students at Ryerson. The REC committee is responsible for planning and organizing this extraordinary event.

The ryEngSOC is Ryerson Engineering’s spirt and orientation team. These individuals plan Frosh week and many spirit events throughout the year.

RUAT offers workshops for students who want to join aerospace engineering design teams, teaching them crucial software such as CADIA and the open-source electronics platform Arduino.

An inter-university organization that promotes the advancement of aerospace through student leadership, TSAA hosts an annual conference featuring industry professionals, innovators and ambitious students.

The NSBE encourages young people to pursue careers in STEM by providing leadership training and professional development for its Ryerson members, as well as outreach programs with post-secondary students.

Via events such as workshops, speakers’ series, tutorials and career development programs, this organization aims to raise awareness for opportunities in materials science and engineering.

EngOut is the LGBTQA+ engineering student group of Ryerson. EngOut plans events which focus on student social connections, professional development, and advocating for LGBTQ+ engineering students, such as their Valentines Day charity event, destress events, and Industry Night Dinner.