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The same officer is responsible for representing CSEG to three different committees: GSAC, UMEC, and GSF.
 
The same officer is responsible for representing CSEG to three different committees: GSAC, UMEC, and GSF.
 
==GSAC==
 
''As described in an email from Prof. Richard B. Brown, November 2002''
 
 
Dear Presidents of ACM, BEECS, HKN, IEEE, CSEG, and AEGGS,
 
 
The EECS Department is creating two student advisory committees, one for
 
undergraduate students, and the other for graduate students. The
 
committees will consist of the president (or other designated
 
representative if the society so chooses) of each EECS student society or
 
group.  The undergrad committee will have representatives from ACM, BEECS,
 
HKN and IEEE.  The graduate committee will have representatives from CSEG,
 
AEGGS and in the future from a representative of the EE:S graduate
 
students.
 
 
The purpose of the committees is to provide a formal means of
 
communication between the students and the administrative committee of the
 
Department. Each term, we will encourage our undergraduate and graduate
 
students to bring to you concerns they have related to their life and
 
studies in the EECS Department.
 
 
At the end of each term, the Administrative Committee of the Department
 
will meet individually with the undergraduate and graduate student
 
advisory committees. The administrative committee consists of the
 
department Chair, the 2 Associate Chairs (John Laird for CSE and Stephane
 
Lafortune for ECE), and the department administrator (Virginia Wait).
 
 
Please send me the name and email address of the individual who will serve
 
as the committee member from your organization. I encourage you to reply
 
with any suggestions you may have regarding these advisory committees.
 
 
Best regards,
 
 
Prof. Richard B. Brown
 
Interim Chair, EECS
 
  
 
==UMEC==
 
==UMEC==
The [http://www.umeconline.com University of Michigan Engineering Council] (UMEC) is an undergraduate and graduate group that provides an interface for communication between engineering students and the engineering faculty and administrators.
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The [http://umec.engin.umich.edu/ University of Michigan Engineering Council] (UMEC) is the student government for the College of Engineering. It is an undergraduate and graduate group that provides an interface for communication between engineering students and the engineering faculty and administrators.
  
 
===Responsibilities===
 
===Responsibilities===
* Attend UMEC meetings held every second Wednesday from 7 to 8 at the Pierpont Commons.
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* Attend all UMEC meetings. These meetings are mandatory if we want funding from UMEC. Meetings are held once every three weeks on a Wednesday night. This may change at their discretion.
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* At the first UMEC meeting at the beginning of the school year (in September), they will ask you to register your organization. Register CSEG as an official CoE organization by providing our name, and the names and contact information of the New President, Treasurer, UMEC Rep, and Advisor.
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* Forms to request funding for events can be found on the UMEC website: http://www.umec.engin.umich.edu.
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* Update the Master Society Spreadsheet with the names and contact information about the New President, Treasurer and Rep by mailing the External Vice President at evp@umich.edu. The spreadsheet is available online at UMEC web site.
 
* Update the Master Society Spreadsheet with the names and contact information about the New President, Treasurer and Rep by mailing the External Vice President at evp@umich.edu. The spreadsheet is available online at UMEC web site.
 
* Add email ids to the umec.members mailing list so that they get all the general announcements.
 
* Add email ids to the umec.members mailing list so that they get all the general announcements.
 
* Keep in touch with treasurer of UMEC about funding opportunities for CSEG.
 
* Keep in touch with treasurer of UMEC about funding opportunities for CSEG.
 
* Attend all the President's meetings if the President is unable to do so.
 
* Attend all the President's meetings if the President is unable to do so.
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==GSF==
 
==GSF==

Latest revision as of 23:59, May 10, 2013

The same officer is responsible for representing CSEG to three different committees: GSAC, UMEC, and GSF.

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UMEC

The University of Michigan Engineering Council (UMEC) is the student government for the College of Engineering. It is an undergraduate and graduate group that provides an interface for communication between engineering students and the engineering faculty and administrators.

Responsibilities

GSF

The Graduate Forum is a loosely organized group of graduate students from different academic units who act as informational liaisons between the graduate school and individual departments. Meetings of the Forum generally focus on topics the Rackham administration would like to make students aware of (e.g., resources for students, rules for dissertations, etc.). At each meeting, there is also an opportunity for Forum members to bring concerns of their constituents to the Rackham administration.

Your responsibilities

Responsibilities of the Graduate Forum representative include: 1) Attending Forum meetings; 2) Compiling and disseminating information from these meetings to the CSEG membership; 3) Forwarding announcements (primarily email) from the graduate school to CSEG members; and 4) Taking membership concerns to the Rackham administrators.

Meetings

The committee generally meets only once or twice a semester for 2-3 hour meetings. Email correspondence occurs much more frequently, sometimes several messages a week. However, the majority of messages require only that they be forwarded to the CSEG mailing list.

Other Information

This position would be great for anyone who really had some ideas about how to improve the graduate experience and the energy to carry out those ideas. The administrators on the Forum appear genuinely interested in student concerns and have some capacity to see those concerns addressed.

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