Hannah McAughan is a senior who recently became the first female engineering senator in 7 years. Hannah has joined Purdue Student Government to represent the students’ voice with issues of sustainability, transparency, and First Year Engineering.
Making EEE proud, Hannah has founded a Suitability Committee for all of Purdue Student Government. Along with her many activities, Hannah is also working with the dean of students to reshape a First Year Engineering curriculum to give new students a small view of each engineering discipline.
A Note from SEEE
The fall semester is coming to a close, and the Society of Environmental and Ecological Engineers is proud to reflect on its achievements. President Daniel Budreau has represented SEEE in other organizations and has teamed up with fellow seniors to develop and manage FE preparation meetings for next spring. Vice President Lila Gillespie has planned social outings, as well as making sure members were well-fed. Secretary Justin Winenger has done an excellent job keeping track of attendance, minutes, and clerical organization. Amanda Schori, treasurer, has taken care of dues and finances. Under the guidance of Professor John Howarter, both Justin and Amanda have piloted the new professional development committee that has brought in special guests from industry for networking events. Lastly, public relations chair Lena Abu-Ali has lead the outreach committee in volunteering at over twenty outreach events.
SEEE hosted the biannual EEE End of Semester Celebration on Wednesday, December 9th. We are looking forward to more events to come in the spring semester!