College committee opportunities
Several College of Engineering committees have student members and we want to hear your suggestions on how to improve various aspects of the College of Engineering. Applications for the 2017-18 academic year now closed. Please note:
- To be eligible to serve on a college committee, you must be enrolled as a full-time student at Cal for both the fall and spring semester of the year for which you are applying.
- All committee appointments will be for one academic year only. Any students serving as committee representatives during the current academic year must apply in order to be considered for the coming academic year.
Below are the committees that need student members and their functions:
Engineering Library Committee - 2 undergraduate students, 2 graduate students: This committee gathers feedback from fellow students to provide to the Director of the Engineering Library, provides their own feedback and suggestions and advises the Director of the Library on student opinion related to library policies, spaces, collections, websites, and digital services.
Ethics and Social Responsibility Committee - 2 undergraduate students: This committee is charged with working with the Dean of the College of Engineering and the entire College community (faculty, staff, and students at both the College and Departmental levels) to ensure that the college provide appropriate level of engineering ethics and social responsibilities to all of our students.
Undergraduate Admissions Committee - 2 undergraduate students: one a transfer student: The charge of the committee is to propose freshman admissions policies to the Berkeley Division Committee on Admissions, Enrollment and Preparatory Education, and coordinate college admissions procedures and activities, and make recommendations regarding transfer admissions.
Undergraduate Study Committee - 2 undergraduate students: This committee shall review proposed undergraduate curriculum and curriculum changes for the faculty of the College of Engineering; certify the meeting of undergraduate degree requirements; and review undergraduate engineering courses and modifications in existing undergraduate engineering courses, and review and approve changes to college policy impacting students.