Over the course of the 2016-2017 academic year I was the Engineering Physics deparment club president and a member of the EUS Board of Governors. In this time I worked on a number of issues:
- Hebb Renewal Project
- Circumlum Consultation and Feedback
- Conferences Committee
Our beloved clubroom is getting upgraded along with Hebb tower. Through this process, I have solicited student feedback, worked with multiple different campus entities, and used various personal connections to improve the space for students.I have worked tirelessly to include ENPH students in all aspects of the decision making and ensured that our needs were heard and acted upon by the project managers. The current cohort will never see this building, but I believe it is crucial that we do the best work possible to setup up the next generation of students.
Every year FIZZ holds several feedback sessions so that our students can identify pain points in the program and try to rectify them. I worked with our council to ensure that feedback we received was passed up the chain and changes were made to improve the program for the better. I have been involved in this kind of work for my last three years on Fizz council, not just as Fizz president.
I worked on the conferences committee to help send delegates from the EUS to various engineering conferences. We did tons of excellent work together in committee including creating a plan to withdraw from WESST, a large change for the EUS in relation to other western engineering schools