Region E Awards (Submissions Due by February 1, 2015): Nominations are open for the 2015 Region E Awards! More information (and the nomination packet) can be found on our website: http://regione.swe.org/region-awards.html
Section Report #2 (Collegiate due by February 1, Section/MAL due by February 10): Please remember to have the Report #1 and Report #2 tabs completed and ready for submission to your RCR for Collegiates and Governor for Section/MAL.
- Region Collegiate Representatives (RCR): Serve as the collegiate voice on the Region Council; Attend face-to-face Region Council meeting at Region Conference and monthly Region Council teleconferences; Facilitate Region Collegiate Meetings; Provide input to region blog
- Region Collegiate Communications Editor (RCCE): Communicate to the region members via the region blog and other social media; Maintain the region blog; Attend Society Conference and Region Conference; Serve as alternate for the Region Collegiate Representatives
- Region Collegiate Senator (RCS): Serve as the collegiate voice for the region on the Society Senate; Attend two face-to-face Senate meetings (including at Society Conference) and monthly teleconferences; Provide input to Region Collegiate Meetings; Provide input to region blog
Graduate Rapid Fire Session (due January 25)
We are now accepting abstracts for “Graduate Rapid Fire Session” to be held at 2015 Region E Conference. To participate, submit your abstracts through this link (http://goo.gl/XOAvzt). For details contact Smruti Ragunath (email@example.com).
New Leadership Opportunity for Grads: Graduate Programming Coordinator-elect (due January 31)
The Graduate Leadership Team, which includes the Graduate Member Coordinator, the Graduate Programming Coordinator, their Coordinator-Elects, the Webinar Coordinator, and the Regional Conference Coordinator, is looking for a Graduate Programming Coordinator-elect for WE15 (Nashville, TN – October 22-24, 2015) who will then become the Graduate Programming Coordinator for WE16 (Philadelphia, PA – October 27-29, 2016)!
Graduate Programming Coordinator-elect: Works with a dedicated team of graduate students and professional SWE members to create a diverse track of sessions for current graduate students, and those considering enrollment in graduate school, for the annual SWE conference. The GPC-elect assists the GPC, in preparation for the following annual conference.
The application can be downloaded at http://goo.gl/5BB7h2 and is due by January 31, 2015. Applicants will be notified the first week of February to schedule a telephone interview with members of the graduate community leadership and the BOD member. After completing all the interviews you will be notified of the decision. If you have any questions, please contact Elizabeth Gregory.