Congratulations and thank you to everyone serving the chapter next semester!
President: Brianna Lax
Vice President: Jack Weeks
Graduate Vice President: Eshita Khera
Secretary: Elvhin Encarnacion
Treasurer: Michael Fisher
External Vice President: Zach Peterson & Josh Polzin
Chapter Development: Angelo Vozza
Membership: Michelle Ruffino
Publicity: Bruna Menezes
Historian: Mitchel Coon
Service Coordinator: David Martel
Campus Outreach: Daniel Knister
Activities: Greg Willett
Professional Development: Kevin Greenman
K-12 Outreach: Swetha Reddi & Michael Panagos
(New) Advisors: Joanna Ciatti, Alexa Cichon, Ilkka Kovanen, and Professor Fawwaz Ulaby
Interested in running to be an officer? Have questions about your electee requirements? Have ideas for the future of TBP? Come CHAT!
Join your president, Joanna for coffee, tea, or whatever else you like from Mujo's - to talk TBP! Joanna wants to meet each and every electee/active in MI-G and answer all of the questions you might have.
More details can be found in the event description at this link: https://tbp.engin.umich.edu/calendar/event/1201/
Hope to see you there!
Chair applications for next semester are now open until April 19th at 11:59 PM. Being a chair is a great way to earn your leadership credit while having influence over the chapter but not as much of a time commitment as an officer. Want to design the next t-shirt or get more TBP swag? Improve our alumni relations? Interact with company representatives? Then we have a chair position for you!
If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me!
Apply through the link below with a few short answers:
PLEASE NOTE: This event is open for all students in the College of Engineering, including non-TBP-members
TBP Graduate Student Speaker Series: Training (for) Better Presentations is a pilot event funded by the College of Engineering and the Office of Student Affairs. It is a professional development event aimed at providing Michigan Engineering graduate students the opportunity to enhance their scientific communication skills, so they can learn to effectively convey the "big picture" value of their research to a diverse audience. It also aims to engage a dialog of science and engineering research among graduate students across the entire College of Engineering.
Intended as "teaching through practice" event, each session is structured to have student speakers (2-3 per session) make a timed (15-20 min) presentation on their graduate research to a broad engineering audience and a communications expert panel (3-4 panelists).
Starting mid-February and leading up to June, we will be organizing multiple sessions for this event. If you are interested in attending, please sign-up for a specific date here. Breakfast and coffee will be provided. Space is limited.
If you're interested in being a speaker or panelist, please email email@example.com
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