The Dean’s Engineering Graduate Student Advisory Committee (EGSAC) was formed to help advise the College of Engineering on topics that are important to graduate education and that impact the graduate student experience on campus. EGSAC meets regularly with the Director of Graduate and Professional Programs, the Associate Dean of Graduate, Professional and Online Programs and the Dean of Engineering to bring forward ideas and concerns facing engineering graduate students.
The committee consists of 16 engineering graduate students, which is a combination of continuing and new members. Members of EGSAC represent a mixture of departments and disciplines as well as students at various stages of graduate education (MS, PhD). Members are involved in both academic and extracurricular activities, and serve a one-year renewable term.