Engineering Faculty on the University Senate

The University Senate is the governing body of the faculty, and it exercises the legislative and policy-making powers assigned to the faculty, subject only to review and check by the faculty by established procedures. Engineering representatives are elected by members of the faculties in the various engineering units. Apportionment to the several engineering schools of senate seats allocated to the College of Engineering is managed by the Faculty Affairs Committee.

Robin Adams (term ends 2019)
Professor of Engineering Education
ENE, EEE
Gregory Blaisdell (term ends 2019)
Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering
AAE
Alexandra Boltasseva (term ends 2020)
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ECE
Martin Corless (term ends 2019)
Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering
AAE
Edward Delp (term ends 2020)
Charles William Harrison Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
BME, ECE, EPICS
Daniel Elliott (term ends 2019)
Professor - Electrical and Computer Engineering
ECE
Michael Harris (term ends 2021)
Robert B. and Virginia V. Covalt Professor of Chemical Engineering, Professor of Environmental and Ecological Engineering
ChE, EEE
Ayhan Irfanoglu (term ends 2020)
Associate Professor Civil Engineering
CE, GEP
Nan Kong (term ends 2021)
Associate Professor
BME
Eric Kvam (term ends 2021)
Professor Materials Engineering
MSE
Seokcheon Lee (term ends 2021)
Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering
IE
Robert Lucht (term ends 2019)
Ralph and Bettye Bailey Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering
ME, AAE
Loring Nies (term ends 2019)
Professor Civil Engineering/Environmental and Ecological Engineering
CE, EEE
Jan Olek (term ends 2020)
Professor Civil Engr/Director-Superpav
CE
Jeffrey Rhoads (term ends 2020)
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
ME
Tatyana Sizyuk (term ends 2019)
Assistant Professor Nuclear Engineerin
NE
Steven Wereley (term ends 2020)
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
ME
Michael Zoltowski (term ends 2021)
Thomas J. and Wendy Engibous Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ECE