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CSS 2020-2021 Elections End

March 27th, 2020

After two busy elections, we finally have our 2020-2021 Computer Science Society board:

  • President - Ferruccio Sisti
  • Vice President - Jeremie Bornais
  • Treasurer - Arshdeep Sidhu
  • Head of Events - Andrea Bonato
  • Head of Societal Development - Julia Garant
  • Career Advisor - Harshdip Deogan
  • Merchandising Coordinator - Yasir Saeed
  • Social Media Coordinator - Marina Vasic
  • Event Organizer - Shahir Chowdhury
  • Event Coordinator 1 - Steven Shlimoon, Nicholas Culmone, Daniela Espinosa-Perdomo
  • Senior Representative - Filip Knezevic
  • 2nd Year Representative - Wahid Bawa

Congrats to the elected!

CSS 2020-2021 Nominations Begin

March 10th, 2020

The second round of nominations for the Computer Science Society 2020-2021 board is now open to all students. This round includes our regular (non-executive) positions.

  • Merchandising Coordinator
  • Social Media Coordinator
  • 2nd Year Representative
  • Senior Representative
  • Developer (Head of Technology, see text below)
  • Event Organizer
  • Event Coordinator (3 positions available)

The deadline for nomination ends on Wednesday, March 18th at 11:59pm. A campaigning period will start after, followed by the election on March 26th. To run for a position you must fill out the Nomination Form. See more about our society and elections on the About page.

The Developer position is not elected. You must submit the form and the current executives will judge (and possibly interview) from there. The position is hand-picked. Experience with Ruby and Ruby on Rails is preferred.

CSS Org Chart After


CSS 2020-2021 Head Election Results

March 5th, 2020

The results are in! We had our highest voter turnout yet with around 25% of all CS students voting.

Congratulations to our 2020-2021 CSS Council leaders!

President - Ferruccio Sisti
Vice President - Jeremie Bornais
Treasurer - Arshdeep Sidhu
Head of Events - Andrea Bonato
Head of Societal Development - Julia Garant
Career Advisor - Harshdip Deogan

Elections for regular positions will start next week.


Mare Nostrum Game Night

January 23rd, 2020

Mare Nostrum hosted our first event of the year - games night! Over 50 students came out and had a great time playing board games, Smash, enjoying the free food and drinks!

CSS Games Night at Mare Nostrum


Frost Week Trivia

January 10th, 2020

Yesterday we teamed up with Science Society to bring you guys a Trivia Night! We had over 60 students come out to compete.

Not only did we have more Computer Science students in attendance than all other Science majors combined, but all of the top three winning teams were from Computer Science! Great job everyone and congrats to Kobti Prism for taking the win! 🎉

CSS/Science Society Trivia Night Event


CSS SkyZone Event

November 25th, 2019

Last week we had our November event at Sky Zone Trampoline Park, where a whopping 40 students came out to play dodgeball, do obstacle courses, and a lot more fun activities. Thank you all for coming!

CSS SkyZone Event


CSS Halloween Costume Contest

October 31st, 2019

This Halloween we hosted our annual costume contest, judged by three of our fantastic CS professors. The top three winners went home with Amazon gift cards. Thank you to everyone that participated!

CSS Costume Contest 2019


CSS Election Results for 2019-2020

April 12, 2019

CSS Election results are in! Thank you to everyone who voted, we had a great turnout with over 100 students voting!

Here's your 2019 Computer Science Society:

President - Ferruccio Sisti
VP Academic - Brandon Lucier
VP Finance - Oksana Necio
VP Communications - Prakort Lean
VP External - Andrea Bonato
VP Societal Development - Julia Garant
VP of Technology - Eric Pickup
Event Coordinators - Filip Knezevic & Jose Guillen Santos
Senior Representative - Nuha Aljammas
Second Year Representative - Nandini Patel
First Year Representatives - Jeremie Bornais & Harnoor Reen


CS Games 2019

March 25, 2019

UWindsor CS Games 2019 Teams

CSS sent two teams of ten selected students to compete in over a dozen challenges related to programming and computer science at CS Games in Montreal, QC.