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Would You Like to Become the Next School of Computer Science Student Representative?

Thursday, September 10, 2020 - 08:00 to Thursday, September 17, 2020 - 16:00

The School of Computer Science at the 

University of Windsor is seeking nominations for

UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES to sit on Computer Science Council 2020-2021

UNDERGRADUATE:

There are 3 (THREE) positions open on council to all students majoring in computer science.  You must also be a student majoring in computer science in order to nominate someone for a position.

 

MAC

There are 2 (TWO) positions open on council for all Computer Science MAC students.  For Fall 2020 and Winter 2021.  You must also be a MAC student majoring in computer science in order to nominate someone for a position.

 

MSc

There is1 (ONE) position open on council for all Computer Science MSC students.  You must also be a graduate student majoring in computer science in order to nominate someone for a position.

 

PhD

There is 1 (ONE) position open on council to all Computer Science PhD students.  You must also be a PhD student majoring in computer science in order to nominate someone for a position.

 

Duties:  Student representatives perform a valuable function by expressing student views on the council and various committees.  The council is comprised of all faculty and student representatives.  The student representatives act as a liaison between the students and council.  The other responsibilities include:

       1. Attending monthly council meetings

       2.Sitting on various committees as needed, such as: Appointments Committee, Promotion & Tenure Committee, Curriculum Committee

 

NOMINATIONS ARE OPEN

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2020 UNTIL

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2020

ELECTIONS WILL BE HELD ON

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2020

 

If interested, please fill out the nomination form. Once completed,send it to csdir@uwindsor.ca.   Elections will be held on-line due to Covid19.