Student Advisory Council
The College of Engineering Student Advisory Council provides a student perspective on planning and budgeting matters for the College of Engineering. The Council, which includes undergraduate and graduate students, meets monthly with the College of Engineering Dean or Associate Dean and select engineering staff. Both the Council and the leadership of the College provide discussion topics for the meetings.
In 2016-2017, key agenda topics might include providing feedback on:
- College of Engineering budget
- Student space
- Administrative processes
Student Advisory Council Membership and Structure
|Aeronautics & Astronautics||Eric Wang||Sophomore|
|Civil Engineering||Eli McMeen||Senior|
|Civil Engineering||Amanda Moyer||Sophomore|
|Chemical Engineering||Holly Sullivan||Senior|
|Chemical Engineering||Miguel Hernandez||Senior|
|Computer Science & Engineering||Mitali Palekar||Sophomore|
|Human Computer Design & Engineering||Melissa Medsker||Senior|
|Electrical Engineering||Jane Choi||Senior|
|Electrical Engineering||Benjamin Robaidek||Senior|
|Human Computer Design & Engineering||Lucia Choi||Senior|
|Human Computer Design & Engineering||Emily Wong||Sophomore|
|Industrial & Systems Engineering||Michael Assefa||Senior|
|Materials Science & Engineering||Ryan Carlin||Junior|
|Materials Science & Engineering||Edward Wei||Sophomore|
|Materials Science & Engineering||Richard Lee||Grad|
|Chemical Engineering||Gil Benezer||Grad|
How Seats Are Apportioned
- 10 undergraduate students (one from each of the 10 engineering departments)
- 5 graduate students (at large)
- 2 pre-engineering students
- Up to 3 additional at large members from the engineering community
- ASUW Liaison
- GPSS Liaison
Students holding leadership positions will be selected from within the Council membership.
The ideal membership of the committee represents students from all backgrounds. Council members represent the College of Engineering and bring viewpoints and perspectives that represent the voices of women; underrepresented minorities; gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, low-income, transfer, residential, and non-residential students; Registered Student Organization (RSO) members, and other groups.
- Councilmembers serve 1-year terms with the exception of the Co-chair who move into the Chair position in their second term.
- Councilmembers can reapply to participate in the council.
- The estimated total annual commitment is 35-40 hours, including meeting time, and pre- and post- meeting responsibilities.
- Councilmembers should expect to meet monthly between October and May.