Equity Engineers Council
The University of Georgia College of Engineering established the Equity Engineers Council to advocate for the needs and interests of minority students. The Equity Engineers Council is empowered to identify and address social, educational, professional, and other challenges faced by underrepresented students. This leadership group will initiate ideas, activities, programs, and resources to better serve and support minority student groups.
The council, made up of 10 students, will consist of two members from each of the following student organizations: National Society of Black Engineers; Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers; and the Society of Women Engineers. In addition, the council will include two at-large members from each of the college's undergraduate and graduate student populations. The council will be under the oversight of the Office of Student Success.
If you are interested in applying for one of the at-large member positions, please complete this application. The application is available from October 1-October 23.
Selections to the council will be made by mid-November.
If you have questions, please contact Dr. Stephan Durham, Assistant Dean for Student Success and Outreach at email@example.com.