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.

We turn dreams into reality by creating a community of students that share the same vision of using the biggest industrial revolution, artificial intelligence, to solve exciting challenges. In engineering and executive teams and across various departments (including Computer Vision, Reinforcement Learning, Natural Language Processing, and Biomedical Artificial Intelligence) we do everything AI. This means building AI projects, hosting AI events, and hosting or competing in AI competitions.

Open to students with a range of experience, HEC offers hands-on learning opportunities in RaspberryPi computing, coding and more in their weekly workshops.

IEEE Computer Society Ryerson University Student Chapter was established to more effectively meet the needs of the rapidly evolving industry. IEEE CSRC is primarily an academic-focused club with a strong emphasis on bridging the gap between students and the skills required in the industry. Our mission is to enable students to invest in their futures by providing them with opportunities to cultivate their technical and soft skills through workshops

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.

A chapter of the world’s largest technical professional organization for the advancement of technology, IEEE Ryerson holds a wide range of events for its members, including workshops, tutorials, hackathons and plant tours.

Our goal is to inspire students to explore potential career pathways and enhance skill sets to succeed. We aim to empower students by bridging the gap between industry and academia.

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.