Graduate Student Advisory Board (GSAB)
The Graduate Student Advisory Board is a new committee that advises the faculty of the Department of Chemical Engineering on matters related to the academic and professional growth of our graduate students. The GSAB meets regularly with the Graduate Officer and Department Head to inform them about student concerns, and assists in organizing activities that will help their fellow students meet their academic challenges and plan for their professional future. The GSAB’s goal is to continually improve the Department’s graduate programs.
For more information, please contact the GSAB Group at email@example.com.
Selection of Advisory Board Representatives
The GSAB is comprised of 10 graduate students, 2 from each class year (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th+). Representatives are nominated and elected by their peers, and serve a term of one year from March to March. Elections are held in February.
You may nominate yourself or another graduate student. If you are nominating someone else, please get their approval first. You may nominate multiple individuals, via separate nomination submissions.
The names of students who are nominated, who have agreed to participate, will be entered into the GSAB election. Each grad student in the Department may cast two separate votes, one vote per nominee, within their class year. The two nominees from each class year who receive the most votes will be elected to the GSAB as the representatives of their class.