New position comes with lots of responsibilities. As the president of Graduate Student Society (GSS), I promise the graduate students for a fun-filled, enjoyable yet accountable journey for the academic year 2013-2014. I am pursuing my PhD in department of Electrical and Computer Engineering with the prestigious NSERC CGS Scholarship. I finished my Master’s from the same in August 2011. This is my 3rd term in serving the GSS and 2nd time as the GSS executive. I have served the GSS as ECE departmental representative in the year 2009-2010 and as the Vice-President Finance, Operations and Human Resources in the year 2011-2012. I am honored that students acknowledged my dedication to the GSS and put their faith on me for this academic year again.
For me, the work is simple. “Reach for and nourish the root, you would get a healthy tree”. I would love to work for the students at the root level with their constructive feedback and want to improve the graduate students’ experience in the University. Currently the GSS is undergoing lots of new developments and as the elected President I would put my best efforts to see them through with utmost honesty and sincerity. The long desired new Grad House is on the horizon and I am working day and night, heart and soul to make it a grand success. I am looking forward to represent the graduate students’ views and being vocal anywhere it needs me to be. My goal is to fight for each and individual graduate student in a more logistic and procedural way. I would appreciate all your constructive criticism to make me work better and keep the GSS standard high and well-founded. Please help me to make our voices heard.
I wish you all a very successful stay at the University of Windsor.
VP Academic Affairs:
It is my pleasure to welcome you all in the new 2013-2014 academic year at the University of Windsor. I am currently pursuing my MASc. in the Department of Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering. I have an extensive industrial background, having worked on the Quality Management System of a manufacturing company in the Middle East. I would like to take this opportunity to utilize my experience in making a hassle free quality academic life for you at the University of Windsor.
As the Vice President (Academic), I will be representing GSS in the Senate, Academic Policy Committee (APC) and Programme Development Committee (PDC) to ensure your rights and establish justice on all academic issues. It is my goal to advocate for all graduate students in maximizing financial funds and scholarships. I welcome your comments and suggestions to improve the GSS policies and services. Let us make things better unitedly. Finally, I wish you a magnificent academic life at the University of Windsor.
I am a graduate student in Electrical Engineering and started my MASc. in University of Windsor Jan 2012, having completed my undergraduate from IUT, Bangladesh in 2011. Currently, my graduate work is based on ‘Active Vehicle Safety System’ with MEMS Lab.
I am also the student representative of ECE (MASc.). Previously, I worked as VP and acting president as well in CUPE 4580 from May1, 2012 – April, 2013.
As VP Finance, my responsibilities will be taking care of the finance and business operation of the society. Particularly, I am going to look after the progress and other associated issues related to the renovations of the new Grad House. I am looking forward to the completion of the renovation which is expected by the end of Summer 2013.
I am currently a second year PhD candidate in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, having completed my MA.Sc. and B.Sc in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Prior to PhD studies at the University of Windsor, I worked as professional Electrical and Instrument Engineer and also university lecturer. My profession was followed by working as assistant and associate researcher.
Currently, I am PhD representative in the Electrical and Computer Engineering and delightful to be executing the duties of VP External Affairs for this year and arrogant to be the University of Windsor representative in the Canadian Federation of Students. I also will be arranging the GSS Tournaments such as Soccer, Chess, Volleyball or any other requested sport.
Please feel free to contact me regarding any question or concern,
As the VP of University Affairs, I welcome everyone to the University of Windsor's 2013 - 2014 Academic year. I am honored to be working with the Graduate Student Society (GSS) and represent the Graduate body in front of the school Senate. I am perusing my MASc in Electrical Engineering and I couldn’t be more excited to serve as a voice to the graduate students of the University of Windsor.
Being a VP of University Affairs gives me the opportunity to make a difference at the University of Windsor in a whole new way. I am currently working in the Computer Vision and Sensing System Laboratory, and I have served as Serge to CUPE 4580. This opportunity allows me to use my previous experience to be a spokesperson for the Graduate Student body at the Senate meetings and elsewhere. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have and most importantly have a great year at the University of Windsor.