Office Hours: M-F, 12:00 – 1:00PM, Grad Commons
Karlee is a Ph.D. candidate in the Mathematical Science studying Representation Theory. Her hobbies include painting, hiking, and CrossFit. A fun fact about Karlee is that she can play the accordion.
The GSG President chairs meetings and works as GSG’s liaison with the Michigan Tech administration.
Office Hours: Thursday, 11:00 AM to Noon, Grad Commons or Zoom
The Vice-president assumes the duties of the President in his/her absence at any GSG or Executive Board meetings; serves as liaison with the standing committee chairs, and is the administrator of the First Contact program.
Office Hours: Friday, 09:00 – 10:00 AM, Grad Commons
The Secretary records and prepares minutes for all GSG meetings; maintains the Constitution and Bylaws, including any amendments; maintains member and committee rosters; coordinates the poster-board rentals; and oversees yearly elections.
Office Hours: Tuesdays, 11:00 – 12:00 PM, Grad Commons
The treasurer maintains all income, disbursements, and financial records of the GSG; plans the coming year’s budget in conjunction with the Executive Board; provides monthly financial status reports to the Executive Board and to GSG; manages committee-related expenditures, providing monthly reports to committee chairs.
Office Hours: Grad Commons
Travis is a Ph.D. scholar in Mechanical engineering. His research focus is on prospecting for water ice on the lunar surface and the development of lunar infrastructure. Outside of research, Travis enjoys hiking, photography, working out, and reading.
The Research Chair is responsible for organizing the major research events on campus. These include the Graduate Research Colloquium, the 3 Minute Thesis Competition, the Merit Awards Program, and more.
Professional Development Chair
Office Hours: Monday, 3:00 – 4:00 PM, Grad Commons
Anusha is a 2nd Year masters Student in the Applied Cognitive Science and Human Factors Department focusing on Human-Computer Interaction and Decision-Making. Her hobbies include Indian Classical dancing, reading, cooking and petting dogs on the street.
The Professional Development Chair is responsible for organizing and running the standing seminar program. They organize the Academic Seminar series and the Professional Development series in conjunction with the Graduate School.
Office Hours: Virtual, by appointment
The Social Chair helps build a sense of community among graduate students by organizing social events each semester; assists the vice-president as necessary with Fall and Spring orientation; organizes the Graduate Student Orientation Picnic; and works with other committees, as requested, with the social aspects of workshops, such as catering and reservations.
Public Relations Chair
Office Hours: F, 4-5 PM, Grad Commons
Genius is a Ph.D. student in the Rhetoric, Theory and Culture program. He is interested in Technoculture; working between digital humanities’ and digital cultures’ intersection with contemporary democracy and developmental practices, especially as it concerns media, migration and social justice.
The Public Relations Chair promotes awareness of GSG in the University community by crafting publicity materials in a variety of communications media, especially the GSG website, and responds to requests for general information from the graduate student body at large.