The applications for EGS departmental representatives have closed, and voting for representatives from Engineering Physics begins on June 3rd at 8:00 a.m.
The Eng Phys Applicants are as follows:
Responsible, competent, driven and looking forward to re-engaging in student politics as I was in undergrad!
Greetings good folk of the department. Now is your chance to elect me once more! If it helps to validate your decision, I plan to continue working on the student issues committee and generally ensuring that we of the phys are represented in all areas (but mostly the useful ones) with the appropriate amount of friendly antagonism. As always, your concerns are my concerns, your interests are my interests, and your office is probably my office given that the hotel is technically available to us all.
Hey Eng Phys!
From LaTeX tutorials to stand up comedy, your EGS has got your graduate experience covered. This year, I’d like to work with the Department to get you guys Seminar credit for presenting at our one day METRIC conference, as well as get more input from you guys as to what events you’d like to see in the future, as otherwise it’s really just our best guess! It has been an absolute privilege being one of your Department Representatives these past two years, and I hope you continue to put your trust in me next year!
I am a current Ph.D. student in the department of Engineering Physics. I have been a representative for the department for the past couple of years. I am also a current member of the events committee for planning and organizing our various academic and social events which we host for engineering graduate students each year. I look forward to continuing my duties as a department representative.
The other Departmental Representative roles are acclaimed.
Chemistry: Evan Wright, Anthony Quarshie
Civil: Katie White
Computer and Software: Shervin Manzuri
Electrical: Larissa Taylor
Materials: Elliott Asare, Farheen Fathima Ahmed
Mechanical: Maxwell Lightstone, Mohammad (Sharif) Chowdhury
Biomedical: Martin Villegas, Julia de Lange, Alireza Shahin
SEPT: Heminesh Patel, Dheeraj Kumar
Congratulations to all applicants, and good luck to those in Eng Phys participating in the election. Don’t forget to vote for your departmental representatives if you are an Engineering Physics grad student!