Advisory Council charts path forward for School of Engineering
The School of Engineering Advisory Council met on Dec. 3 at the University of Guam. The 25-member council includes executives and engineers from a range of engineering-related private sector organizations and consulting firms, government of Guam agencies, and military commands as well as alumni of the School of Engineering.
Launched in November 2017, the council exists to assist and advise the development of UOG’s newest school.
“I think of this committee as the charter society for the School of Engineering,” said UOG President Thomas W. Krise in his remarks at the council meeting.
The council members provide an external perspective on the school’s direction and objectives and also assist in identifying resources to support the school’s programs and help foster relationships between the school and the engineering industry, the community, the government, and students.
Committees of the council have given input on the program’s curriculum and supported the dean in preparing for accreditation and will also be assisting in fundraising efforts.
Join the School of Engineering Advisory Council
Those interested in joining the council can contact School of Engineering Dean Shahram Khosrowpanah at firstname.lastname@example.org or the council chairman, Ken Rekdahl, at email@example.com to be nominated and approved by the council members.
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