The College of Engineering Student Advisory Council provides a student perspective on policy, planning, student programming, and budgeting matters for the College of Engineering. The Council meets with the College of Engineering leadership twice a quarter throughout the academic year. The Chair of COESAC works closely with College of Engineering leadership to plan discussion topics for the meetings.
In 2020-2021, examples of key agenda topics include:
- College of Engineering budget
- Direct to college programming
- Student access to clubs and competition groups
- Administrative processes
- DEI work in the CoE
- The new IEB building
- Syllabus standards
- Engineering fundamentals
- College standards on grading
- Academic integrity and cheating
21–22 Student Advisory Council membership and structure
|Affinity Groups||Aisha Cora|
|Aeronautics & Astronautics||Caleigh Stagnone|
|AS UW Liaison||Iqra Mohamud|
|Chemical Engineering||Michael Yusov|
|Civil & Environmental Engineering||Dana Paek|
|Computer Science & Engineering||Vincent Xiao|
|Electrical & Computer Engineering||Eugene Seubert, Chair|
|Engineering Undeclared||Samuel Lopez|
|Human Centered Design & Engineering||Natasha Schmid|
|Industrial & Systems Engineering||Will Matney|
|Materials Science & Engineering||Ryan Harris|
|Mechanical Engineering||Ibrahim Alsaedy|
How seats are apportioned
- 11 undergraduate students (one from each of the 11 engineering departments)
- Five at-large graduate students
- One representative each from COE affinity groups: American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES); National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE); Society of Professional Hispanic Engineers (SHPE); and Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
- Chair (selected from within the Council membership)
- Vice Chair (selected from within the Council membership; will serve as Chair the following year)
- ASUW Liaison (appointed by the ASUW Director of University Affairs)
- GPSS Liaison
The ideal membership of the committee represents students from all backgrounds. Council members represent the College of Engineering and bring viewpoints and perspectives including the voices of women; Black, indigenous, and people of color; gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer; low-income; first generation; transfer; residential and non-residential students; Registered Student Organization (RSO) members, and other groups.
Meeting schedule for 2021-2022
All meetings take place in Loew 355.
|Friday, October 29||3:30 PM - 5:00 PM||CoE + student meeting|
|Friday, November 19||3:30 PM - 5:00 PM||CoE + student meeting|
|Friday, December 10||3:30 PM - 5:00 PM||CoE + student meeting|
View meeting materials: agendas, presentations, and meeting minutes.
Questions or have topics that you’d like COESAC to discuss? Email email@example.com.