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Celebrating student success with the annual Societies' Awards

On Wednesday June 2019 the College celebrated the achievements of our 35 student societies with the sixth annual EPS Societies' Awards. A great night was had by all and over £700 was raised for antimicrobial resistance.

Hello from CAD!

Hello! We are CAD Society and we're the newest EPS society! We're a group of second year engineering students working to offer you held with you CAD issues and creating new design competitions for you.

Wonderful second term with BUMS!

BUMS had an incredible term with the massive success of BUMSport both in the EPS Trophy and the campus league, the wonderful Materials Ball and raising more than £1,500 for charity. The committee tells us more.

Brilliant spring term with Startup Soc!

With hosting five speakers, organising various events, investing £4,000 in University startups, launching the Birmingham Enterprise Community (BEC) Startup Soc had a truly impressive term.

Birmingham Energy Society (BES): a fantastic spring term

BES had a wonderful term packed full of exciting events like the talk on Future Energy Scenarios, the trip to Tyseley Energy Park and the Energy Industry Insight Day! EPS Representative Laure Davis tells us more.

A spring term full of innovation with ChemSoc

ChemSoc had an outstanding second term! The hard work of the committee paid off as they saw their speed-networking event and ChemNet become a reality, not to mention all the funds raised for charity and ChemBall.

Time flies, and so do AstroSoc Rockets!

The Society had a wonderful spring term! In true AstroSoc fashon they organised the Mars Rover Challenge and a series of talks over the term, but also added new events. Incoming Chair Tutku Kolcu tells us more.

Spring term with oSTEM: LGBT History month and the first ever conference

The Society has done a wonderful job this year: not only developing its committee and members, but putting on exciting new events such as their STEM, LGBTQ & You conference! Outgoing Chair Avery Cunningham tells us more.
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