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Mainak Sen Named New President of ECE Graduate Student Association

Mainak Sen Named New President of ECE Graduate Student Association

Mainak Sen
Mainak Sen

The ECE department welcomes Mainak San as the new president of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Student Association (ECEGSA).

Mainak has been an active participant in the ECEGSA in recent years, holding leadership positions and serving as a student representative to the Graduate Studies and Research Committee (GSRC). Mainak also played an important role helping the department with recruitment activities last year.

"I have found Mainak to be an excellent advocate for our students and genuinely caring in making sure that we do what is best for them," said ECE Director of Graduate Academic and Student Studies Dan Balón.

The ECEGSA provides a forum for the development of social, academic, and professional activities for all students enrolled in either the MS or PhD program in Electrical & Computer Engineering. The ECEGSA coordinates social events featuring free food and fun activities, as well as weekly coffee hours. The ECEGSA’s elected officers represent the graduate student body regarding various issues of concern.

To find out more about the ECEGSA, visit:

August 26, 2005

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