My name is Elizabeth Hartzog and I will be your Region Collegiate Communications Editor (RCCE) for the year. As the Region D RCCE, it is my goal to inform you all of Hot Topics, Section Updates, and important dates along with providing you with interesting engineering articles and information about your FY17 Region Leadership Team 🙂. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns you can reach me at email@example.com. The rest of the new leadership team is listed below:
- RCR – Jenna Newman
- RCR – Jessica Jiang
- RCS – Grace Devine
- RCCE – Elizabeth Hartzog
- LCC Lead – Sarvenaz
- SWEFL – Emma Latham
- SWEFL – Tatum Martin
We hope everyone is having a great semester!
The Society Outreach Committee has pulled together a simple tool to track outreach activities. The request that we have is that as part of your outreach event close-out, you take 5 minutes and fill out this Survey Monkey with 10 simple questions. Why are we doing this? To help SWE understand how we are impacting the future of students in STEM. We do a lot of great outreach work, let’s take credit for it. Any questions, contact Andrea Clewley.
From the WE17 Website:
“As an engineer—or aspiring engineer—you likely look at engineering as more than a way to earn a living. You see it as a WAY of living. A mindset that assesses life from an inquisitive, problem-solving, point of view—a mind that’s always engineering.
Attend WE17—the world’s largest conference and career fair for women in engineering and technology—to connect with thousands who share your engineering outlook. Together, you’ll learn, find new jobs or internships and be inspired. You’ll connect with new friends and mentors, or re-connect with colleagues and classmates you’ve grown with.
We promise it’ll be three unforgettable days for all of us who are always connecting and always engineering!”
Visit the conference website to register with Early Bird pricing and to book your accommodations through the SWE hotel block!
The FY17 Region D Nominating Committee was charged with selecting at least one qualified candidate for each of the following FY18 positions: Lieutenant Governor, Secretary, Treasurer, Region D Rep to the Society Nominating Committee, Senator, Collegiate Senator, Collegiate Representative, and Collegiate Communications Editor.
Eligibility of all candidates on the FY18 slate has been verified to the bylaws requirements for their respective position. Members of the FY17 nominating committee have completed their evaluation of nominees for the FY18 elected positions and have selected the following slate of candidates. Candidate profiles and statements can be found on the Leaders page of the Region D website (regiond.swe.org)
1. Christi Fiorentini, Atlanta
2. Ramona Walsh, Atlanta
1. Emily Huber, current Univ of Florida, transitioning to Space Coast
1. Christine Cathcart, Charlotte-Metrolina
1. Atoosa Vaziri, Central Florida
2. Cassandra Bayer, Central Savannah Area
3. Wendy Cocke, Atlanta Region D
Representative to Society Nominating Committee
1. Laura Gimpelson, Nashville
1. Natalie Hahn, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ.
2. Grace Devine, Georgia Institute of Technology
1. Jessica Jiang, Georgia Institute of Technology
2. Catharina Santos, Univ. of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
3. Jenna Newman, Univ. of South Florida
Collegiate Communications Editor
1. Elizabeth Hartzog, University of Alabama
FY17 Nominating Committee: Beth Todd, Angela Mitchell, Jeannie Marshall, Carissa Giblin (Chair)
Contact Carissa at CGiblin@VoyagerLT.com with any questions.