Louisiana Tech University’s College of Engineering and Science (COES) graduate college students have elected the 2021-22 COES Graduate Council.
During the election, held on March 22, Md Tanbin Hasan Mondal (doctoral scholar in engineering with a focus in micro/nanoscale methods), was elected president of the council, whereas Winner Anigbogu (doctoral scholar in engineering with a focus in micro/nanoscale methods) was elected vp. Rifat-E-Nur Hossain (doctoral scholar in engineering with a focus in micro/nanoscale methods) was elected public relations officer, and MD Shafayet Alam (doctoral scholar in engineering with a focus in micro/nanoscale methods) was elected secretary. Omar Shahrear Apu (doctoral scholar in engineering with a focus in supplies and infrastructure methods) was elected treasurer.
“I ran for president of the council because I would like to serve the graduate community at Louisiana Tech and increase the interactions between students,” Mondal stated of his election as president of the council. “I’d also like to increase the events for graduate students here to increase their education and knowledge.”
The COES Graduate Council represents graduate college students, planning social occasions and assembly with College management to handle and recommend options to points that have an effect on graduate college students all through the College.
In the primary assembly, the Council started planning Spring Quarter profession workshops specializing in profession alternatives in industries and academia. The Council has additionally begun creating a contest for graduate college students to design a emblem or tee shirt for the Graduate Council. Both occasions will likely be additional mentioned on the basic physique assembly later this quarter. The Council has additionally mentioned concepts for social occasions within the upcoming Summer, Fall, and Winter Quarters.
“The Grad Council gives members a direct line to address graduate student issues and policies and to organize events carried out by the College,” Dr. Collin Wick, COES affiliate dean for graduate research, stated. “It also is an opportunity for the students elected to demonstrate leadership.”
The Louisiana Tech College of Engineering and Science gives graduate college students a wide range of diploma choices, together with doctoral levels in biomedical engineering, computational evaluation and modeling, engineering, molecular science and Nanotechnology, and grasp’s levels in Applied Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, Engineering and Technology Management, Mathematics, and Molecular Science and Nanotechnology.
Graduate college students inside the College of Engineering and Science take part in research-heavy curricula, usually incomes fellowships, grants, and awards, in addition to graduating with a portfolio of peer-reviewed publications. Learn extra about Louisiana Tech COES graduate opportunities.