#322: Science and Engineering Student Board
- Currently Registered
- Last Registered
- May 13, 2014
- Registration Expiration Date
- September 30, 2015
- Campus Life Program
- Academic and Educational,Governing Bodies and Departmental Boards,Honorary and Leadership
- College of Science and Engineering
About this Group
- Group Description
- The Science and Engineering Student Board (SESB) is the College of Science & Engineering (CSE) representative of the Council of College Boards. The goal of SESB is to foster community within the college by expanding relationships among students, student groups, faculty, and staff at our biweekly open forum meetings. SESB aims to promote engagement in the college experience both academically and socially through its numerous yearly events. SESB provides students with regular opportunities for service and outreach to the University and neighboring communities. SESB offers CSE students the opportunity to gain leadership experience and prepares them to bridge the gap between college and life beyond the University. Members are expected to attend biweekly meetings and participate in the planning of several events throughout the semester. SESB is open to all U of M students. To find out more information visit our website, stop by the office, or send an us email.
- Group's principal activities, events, or programs:
- SESB holds biweekly forum meetings and works collaboratively with CSE administration. We coordinate social, academic, and service events throughout Fall and Spring semester for all CSE students.
- How this group's activities benefit the University community:
- SESB facilitates communication and collaboration between students, student groups, faculty, and staff. SESB provides students with campus life opportunities within the college.
- How this group fits into its categories:
- As representatives of the CSE student body, SESB works collaboratively with CSE administration to provide the best academic and social environment possible. SESB hosts several special events each semester to foster community within the college.
- How to get involved with this group:
- Meetings are held every other Wednesday throughout the academic year. All students are welcome to come and experience what SESB has to offer. To become a member, a student must attend two consecutive meetings in a semester. Students are encouraged to check us out on the web or contact us by email email@example.com for more information!
Outstanding Co-Sponsored Program / Event
- CLP Dept. Head and Advisor
- Paul Strykowski
- Ben Koch
- Susan Kubitschek
- Myrriah Laine
- Megan Rubbelke
- Luke Peterson
- Kindra Sullivan
- Henry Ohren
- Danielle Chase