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== History ==
 
== History ==
  
 
=== Pre-EWOC Format ===
 
=== Pre-EWOC Format ===
Engineering Week without EWOC
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Engineering Week began as a collection of competitions and games held by student organizations of the College of Engineering. These included [[Engineering Smoker]] of the [[Engineering Student Association]] - the first student organization of the university which was transformed to the [[Engineering Student Council]], [[Awitan]] of the [[UP Chemical Engineering Society]], and [[Indakan]] of [[Engineering Fraulein]] (Now Defunct) - the first female-exclusive student organization in the College of Engineering. Some of these events were originally intended and facilitated as university-wide competitions that allowed participants from other colleges, however, engineering organizations like the [[UP Industrial Engineering Club]] quickly became consistent participants.
  
=== EWOC Format ===
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The declaration of Martial Law in 1972 challenged the existence of student organizations and affected participation in the Engineering Week. Political organizations were repressed which caused the dismantling of certain students organizations. Personalities within campus also refused participation due to general suppression of freedom within the university.
  
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== EWOC Format ==
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The lifting of Martial Law in 1981 allowed minor improvements to student organization. Dissent grew and became more vocal as the economic crisis of 1983 was exposed, which compounded with the news of Ninoy Aquino's assassination. Student organizations became shelters for discussions and organized activities.
  
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In 1986, the Engineering Student Council transformed the entire event into a competition - by introducing the Engineering Week Overall Championship (EWOC) - to encourage participation. The [[UP Industrial Engineering Club]] was awarded the 1st EWOC after deciding to support all competitions with their participation. The new format of Engineering Week was still held on February and continued without indication of the implications of demonstrations that today is better known as the [[1st People Power Revolution]]. The succeeding Engineering Weeks were held on December to include the Christmas competitions and other activities that occurred like [[Maskipaps]] of the [[Beta Epsilon]], and [[Lantern Parade]] activities.
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== Development ==
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The effects of the economic crisis of 1983 left marks on the college as companies left the country. Many graduates of the College of Engineering were offered and.
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Competition were... Violence within the campus were exposed.
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== A New Millenium ==
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=== The Last Decade ===
 
2012 was the last year.
 
2012 was the last year.
 
2013 had the peak number of events.
 
2013 had the peak number of events.
 
2014 was the beginning of decreased number of events.
 
2014 was the beginning of decreased number of events.
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== Start of a New Era ==
  
 
== Winners ==
 
== Winners ==
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| 15 || 2000 || - || [[UP IE Club]] || - || - || -
 
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| 14 || 1999 || Dec 1999 || [[UP KEM]] || - || - || 2nd EWOC of UP KEM
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| 14 || 1999 || Dec 1999 || [[UP IE Club]] || - || - || -
 
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| 13 || 1998 || Dec 1998 || [[UP KEM]] || - || - || 2nd EWOC of UP KEM
 
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| 12 || 1997 || Dec 1997 || [[UP IE Club]] || - || - || -
 
| 12 || 1997 || Dec 1997 || [[UP IE Club]] || - || - || -
 
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| 11 || 1996 || Dec 1996 || Not Awarded || Not Awarded || Not Awarded || Frat Violence (For Confirmation)
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| 11 || 1996 || Dec 1996 || Not Awarded || Not Awarded || Not Awarded || Violence caused the awarding to be cancelled (For Confirmation)
 
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| 10 || 1995 || Dec 1995 || [[UP IE Club]] || - || - || -
 
| 10 || 1995 || Dec 1995 || [[UP IE Club]] || - || - || -

Revision as of 03:06, 7 March 2020

Engineering Week

History

Pre-EWOC Format

Engineering Week began as a collection of competitions and games held by student organizations of the College of Engineering. These included Engineering Smoker of the Engineering Student Association - the first student organization of the university which was transformed to the Engineering Student Council, Awitan of the UP Chemical Engineering Society, and Indakan of Engineering Fraulein (Now Defunct) - the first female-exclusive student organization in the College of Engineering. Some of these events were originally intended and facilitated as university-wide competitions that allowed participants from other colleges, however, engineering organizations like the UP Industrial Engineering Club quickly became consistent participants.

The declaration of Martial Law in 1972 challenged the existence of student organizations and affected participation in the Engineering Week. Political organizations were repressed which caused the dismantling of certain students organizations. Personalities within campus also refused participation due to general suppression of freedom within the university.

EWOC Format

The lifting of Martial Law in 1981 allowed minor improvements to student organization. Dissent grew and became more vocal as the economic crisis of 1983 was exposed, which compounded with the news of Ninoy Aquino's assassination. Student organizations became shelters for discussions and organized activities.

In 1986, the Engineering Student Council transformed the entire event into a competition - by introducing the Engineering Week Overall Championship (EWOC) - to encourage participation. The UP Industrial Engineering Club was awarded the 1st EWOC after deciding to support all competitions with their participation. The new format of Engineering Week was still held on February and continued without indication of the implications of demonstrations that today is better known as the 1st People Power Revolution. The succeeding Engineering Weeks were held on December to include the Christmas competitions and other activities that occurred like Maskipaps of the Beta Epsilon, and Lantern Parade activities.

Development

The effects of the economic crisis of 1983 left marks on the college as companies left the country. Many graduates of the College of Engineering were offered and. Competition were... Violence within the campus were exposed. T

A New Millenium

The Last Decade

2012 was the last year. 2013 had the peak number of events. 2014 was the beginning of decreased number of events.

Start of a New Era

Winners

No. Year Date Champion (EWOC) 1st Runner-up (EWOR) 2nd Runner-up Notes
34 2020 07 Mar 2020 TBA TBA TBA -
33 2019 Mar 2019 UP IE Club - - -
32 2018 Mar 2018 UP IE Club - - -
31 2017 Mar 2017 UP IE Club - - -
30 2016 Mar 2016 UP IE Club - - -
29 2014 Dec 2014 UP IE Club - - -
28 2013 Dec 2013 UP IE Club - - -
27 2012 - UP IE Club - - -
26 2011 - UP IE Club - - -
25 2010 - UP IE Club - - -
24 2009 - UP IE Club - - -
23 2008 - UP IE Club - - -
22 2007 - UP IE Club - - -
21 2006 - UP IE Club - - -
20 2005 - UP IE Club - - -
19 2004 - UP IE Club - - -
18 2003 - UP IE Club - - -
17 2002 - UP IE Club - - -
16 2001 - UP IE Club - - -
15 2000 - UP IE Club - - -
14 1999 Dec 1999 UP IE Club - - -
13 1998 Dec 1998 UP KEM - - 2nd EWOC of UP KEM
12 1997 Dec 1997 UP IE Club - - -
11 1996 Dec 1996 Not Awarded Not Awarded Not Awarded Violence caused the awarding to be cancelled (For Confirmation)
10 1995 Dec 1995 UP IE Club - - -
9 1994 Dec 1994 UP IE Club - - -
8 1993 Dec 1993 UP IE Club - - -
7 1992 Dec 1992 UP IE Club - - -
6 1991 Dec 1991 UP KEM - - 1st EWOC of UP KEM
5 1990 Dec 1990 UP IE Club - - End of 1st Streak of UP IE Club (5 years)
4 1989 Dec 1989 UP IE Club - - -
3 1988 Dec 1988 UP IE Club - - -
2 1987 Dec 1987 UP IE Club - - -
1 1986 Feb 1986 UP IE Club - - 1st EWOC of UP IE Club