2017-2018 Executive Board
President: Ling Yang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The EGSC President works with different officers in College of Engineering to promote professional development and communications for engineering graduate students.
Vice President: Azadwinder Chahal (email@example.com)
The EGSC Vice President supervises members of EGSC and ongoing activities that benefit the engineering graduate students.
Treasurer: Grace Vezeau (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Treasurer is responsible for monitoring the budget, managing the expenses, and keeping a record for all transactions.
The Secretary is responsible for taking minutes at the EGSC general body meetings, maintaining communications between EGSC and engineering graduate students (through sending emails primarily), and making sure that the EGSC website is up-to-date.
CERS Chair: David Dopfel (email@example.com)
The CERS chair is responsible for planning the annual College of Engineering Research Symposium and related events.
CERS Co-Chair: James Coyne (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CERS Co-Chair: Saratu Terreno (email@example.com)
The CERS Co-Chairs assist the CERS chair and help plan for all CERS-related events.
Community Service Committee:
The Community Service Committee is responsible for coordinating community service events (eg. blood drives, science exhibition in local high school, walk in homecoming, etc), and making sure that the EGSC contribute to the State College community continuously.
Professional Development Committee:
The Professional Development committee is responsible for planning events that promote professional development of engineering graduate students (eg. industrial information session, presentation/writing workshops, etc).
The Social Committee is responsible for planning social events that promote communication between engineering graduate students (eg. Engineer’s Got Talent, happy hours, hiking, broomball, etc).
Engineering Faculty Council Member: Sagar Prakash Rasam (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The member will serve on the Engineering Faculty Council committee, get involved in decision making in College of Engineering, and provide a report to EGSC once a month.
The Departmental Representatives are responsible for promoting communications between different engineering departments. The representatives shall attend all general body meetings of EGSC and distribute information to their own department. The representatives also serve on one of the EGSC committees (community service, professional development, or social) and help plan for various events.
- Agricultural and Biological Engineering: Open
- Architectural Engineering: Open
- Acoustics: Open
- Aerospace Engineering: Open
- Bioengineering: Open
- Civil Engineering: Open
- Chemical Engineering: Open
- Electrical Engineering and Computer Science: Open
- Engineering Design: Open
- Engineering Science and Mechanics: Open
- Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering: Open
- Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering: Open