The president shall call and preside at all meetings of the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal and the Executive Board receive all complaints, requests, and notification of matters to be brought before the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal, which includes notifying appropriate parties related to constructive criticism, represent, or appoint someone to represent, the student body of the College of Engineering and Applied Science at all meetings and occasions where a representative is requested or appropriate, be an ex-officio member of all standing and ad-hoc committees, regulate and oversee the Elections Oversight committee of the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal answer inquiries to the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal that do not require a vote, appoint the chief of staff, and check officers’ GPAs.
Senator elections shall proceed as stated in the Senator Election Rules and Guidelines. The Senator Election Rules and Guidelines must be approved by a two-thirds vote of the executive board. After winning an election and accepting the position, no senator may run for any other officer position that has an overlapping term. Senators shall hold no other elected position of office in student government, unless granted by a two- thirds vote of the present voting body and upon approval by the appropriate governing body.
VP of College Affairs
The vice-president of college affairs shall be the default presidential appointee, preside at all meetings of the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal and Executive Board in the absence of the president, regulate and oversee the Academic Affairs, Career Development, and Engineering Student Organization Council committees of the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal, perform such other duties as assigned by the president.
This council shall work to increase collaboration within all College of Engineering and Applied Science student groups.
This committee shall assure student participation on all academic related committees for the College of Engineering and Applied Science, provide opportunities for students to learn, and allow for students to voice their concerns regarding CEAS curriculum.
This committee shall provide CEAS students with the opportunity to develop career related skills and relationships with employers by organizing and hosting career fair(s) where students and company representatives can interact.
Equity & Inclusion
This committee is responsible for reviewing and researching issues pertinent to ensuring the protection and promotion of diversity and student rights within the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. This includes ensuring that Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal properly represents the interests of all students within the college. This committee shall also be responsible for ensuring that all Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal members have access to training on equity and inclusion.
First Year Experience
Akshaya Bala Subramani
This committee shall sponsor programs that promote freshmen to freshmen interaction through social events, leadership development, community service, and college engagement. Additionally, this committee shall oversee the mentorship program between freshmen and Engineering and Applied Science Executives by overseeing the appointment of mentees, the assignment of mentees to mentors, and the organization of events that foster a fruitful relationship between the mentors and mentees and encourages growth and development. Finally, the committee is also responsible for hosting FYE Fest that happens after Fall Convocation.
The Pre-Engineering representative will serve to connect CEAS students at UC Blue Ash and UC Clermont with UC Main Campus, CEAS, and CEAS Tribunal. This position will also develop and lead a committee of other Pre-Engineering students at the satellite campuses to organize professional development opportunities, academic initiatives, and social events for students. Priority will be given to applicants in the Pre-Engineering Program at UC Blue Ash and UC Clermont.
Election Oversight Committee
This committee shall be responsible for overseeing all elections for officer positions in the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal. Members of this committee must be approved by the executive board of the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal.
VP of Events
The vice-president of events shall be the default presidential appointee in the absence of the vice-president of college affairs, preside at all meetings of the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal and Executive Board in the absence of the president and the vice-president of college affairs, regulate and oversee the EWeek, FELD, Luau, Special Events, committees of the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal, perform other such duties as assigned by the president.
College Wide Events
This committee shall be responsible for planning events that engage both students and faculty within the college. These events include but are not limited to, the Order of the Engineering Ceremony, Engineering Luau, Staff Appreciation Lunch, and CEAS Showcase.
This committee shall organize a week of charitable events to promote giving back to the community during Charity Engineer's Week that happens in November. Additionally, this committee organizes a fun-filled week of events and a banquet to promote engineering during the nationally celebrated Engineer's Week in February.
The EXPO Chair will serve as the main event manager of the 2023-24 CEAS EXPO, taking place in Spring 2024. At this event, graduating CEAS seniors can present their capstone projects to judges, network with alumni, and celebrate all of their hard work over their college career.
This committee shall plan social events and community service events to engage members within the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
The treasurer shall have charge of all monies that come into the possession of the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal, report all transactions, upon request, to the Executive Board at each of the Executive Board meetings, and additional duties of the treasurer in relation to the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal's revenue are defined in Section 6, Part C of the bylaws.
Chief of Staff
The chief of staff shall be the default presidential appointee in the absence of the vice-president of events, preside at all meetings of the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal and Executive Board in the absence of the president, vice-president of college affairs, and vice-president of events, regulate and oversee the Communications, Innovation, Secretary, and Technology of the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal, and perform other such duties as assigned by the president.
This committee shall publicize Tribunal by posting signs and submitting articles to an appropriate publication. This committee is responsible for publicizing Tribunal electronically through e-mail and the home page, for the content of the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal electronic bulletin board (e-Bullet), college-wide student activities calendar, all social media accounts, and College of Engineering and Applied Science posting boards. This committee is also responsible for creating an annual report of the tribunal’s accomplishments and applying for any applicable student group awards. This committee shall also be responsible for all awards and scholarships.
This committee shall be responsible for pursuing and completing new projects to benefit the students of the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
This program is a great opportunity first-year students to get involved in CEAS Tribunal. If selected, you will be paired with one of our executive board members and work with them throughout the year on planning events, working on academic issues, and any other CEAS Tribunal events. In this program, you will have the opportunity to make changes that provide a better experience to CEAS students, while also learning more about CEAS Tribunal!
This person shall take minutes at all executive meetings and general meetings, distribute electronic copies of the minutes to the Executive Board, and be responsible for recording the attendance of Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal.
This committee shall be responsible for the computing systems in the Engineering and Applied Science Tribunal Office and the security of the data on the systems. Additionally, the committee shall oversee the web site, email, and other electronic forms of communication, as well as attend UCIT and Office of College Computing, and/or any technology related meetings hosted by the college or university.