Engineering Advisory Board (EAB)-Interdisciplinary
EAB functions as the “umbrella” organization for all student organizations (student orgs) within the College of Engineering and as the student congress for the CoE. EAB is in the process of restructuring and redefining its role in the College. Our goal this year is to communicate events and opportunities between students, faculty, administration, and staff. We also put on events like the Dean’s Backyard Bash last Fall and Engineers’ Week (E-Week) in the Spring. EAB is for everyone in the College, so you are always invited and welcome to any events sponsored by us!
As part of our restructuring and in effort to reach out to all students, we have created Student Advisory Boards (SAB) in each department. These Boards consist of at least one student representative from each class. The primary role of the SAB is to organize and facilitate your Departmental Roundtable. They are also available to direct any concerns not raised during the Roundtables. Please come meet the SAB at your upcoming Roundtable!
Liz Seda, Chair
What has EAB been doing?
Banner posts between McArthur building and Memorial (2006)
Student Advisory Boards
Student Lounge including
- microwave, couch, paper
- towel dispenser
Student org Presidents’ Meetings
Dean’s Backyard Bash
Non-slip engineering stairs
For more information about CoE initiatives or if you would like to submit a request, please contact EAB Chair, Liz Seda, at firstname.lastname@example.org
What will EAB do?
Organize and publicize Departmental Roundtables
Surprise for Finals
For more information about EAB activities or if you would like to get involved with EAB, please contact EAB Chair, Liz Seda, at email@example.com
Omar De Leon
First Place Overall in University of Miami Homecoming Fall 2004
First Place Small Organizations Homecoming Fall 2005
Homecoming Spirit Award Fall 2005
Third Place Overall in University of Miami Homecoming Fall 2004
Sponsored UM Engineers Week (EWeek) Spring 2006 that drew 500+ visitors to University of Miami
Best Float in the University of Miami Homecoming Parade 4 years running