The mission of the Engineering Student Council is to represent the engineering student body; support engineering societies in reaching their full potential; and promote a diverse community through successful collaboration between students, faculty, societies, and the College of Engineering.
Empowering our core community to explore diverse opporunities in engineering sciences.
Hosting interactive speaker sessions, conferences, and activities to strengthen our networks and to encourage professional development.
Empowering students to take active roles in spanning new directions of engineering, technology, and science.
Greetings! I am a third year chemical engineer from Fremont, CA, with a minor in applied math. In addition to the ESC, I am very involved with the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. I spend much of my free time swing dancing. Things which I never turn down include wrestling, frisbee, the board game Pente, and vanilla flavored tea. If you ever see me around campus please introduce yourself. I love meeting new people.
I am a third-year Mechanical Engineer originally from Westminster, Maryland. In addition to ESC, I am currently very involved with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the Design Engineering Collaborative (DEC). In the past, I have had experience working with clubs across many communities including: ISPE, EWH, BMES, and the Cal Ski and Snowboard Team. I enjoy freestyle skiing, surfing, basketball, tennis, and exploring the outdoors. I am driven to learn new things and create innovative concepts and ideas; I like participating in Hackathon and Makeathon challenges to solve real-world issues with tangible solutions. I am excited for my third year at Cal, and if you see me on campus, feel free to start a conversation!
An aspiring bioengineer and UX Designer, Zach loves to examine life's problems through a scientific lens and devise solutions to maximize his total utils. When he finds time in between battling a technical-heavy course load, balancing extra-curricular activities, and overcoming the banalities of off-campus housing, Zach is likely to be actively learning about body mechanics through sports and outdoor activities (biking, kayaking, rock-climbing; etc.) or discussing life's mysteries with his friends.
Hey all, I'm Eugene! On campus, I'm involved with the UC Berkeley IEEE student branch and am excited to now be a part of the ESC. I recently just started building websites and I can say that it is quite fun! In my free time, I enjoy swimming, riding my longboard, and reading. A couple of things that I am really passionate about are how to improve education and how to expand opportunities to access quality education. If you are also interested in these topics or if you just want to say hey, we should meet up! Contact: eugenewong [AT] berkeley.edu
I'm a second year chemical engineering student minoring in EECS. I am also involved in ChemE Car, AIChE, and Berkeley Scientific Journal. I work in the radioactive waste management lab (it's very cool and environment + safety driven) under Prof. Joonhong Ahn. Besides school, I enjoy cooking, watching basketball and football, and playing frisbee.
Hi! I'm Andrea, a fourth year studying EECS (more so CS than EE) and minoring in music as well as philosophy. Besides ESC, I'm involved in E4K, COE's Senior Class Committee, the campus-wide Senior Gift Committee, and AFX dance. I've also been playing piano seriously for about 17 years now, and I still take lessons and occasionally perform. When I have free time away from academics, piano, and organizing events, I enjoy playing volleyball, taking and editing photos, thinking about morality and ethics, exercising outdoors, and eating good food.
Hello! I'm Amy, currently a 3rd year EECS student. I don't like to put labels on myself, but if I had to, I would say that I'm an aspiring software engineer, with a passion for design and no attention span whatsoever. Apart from writing lots of code, I enjoy coffee and tea, modular origami, animated films, swimming, and keeping up with social media. I am also passionate about supporting women in STEM fields and thus, I'm involved with the Society of Women Engineers, CS KickStart and the Association of Women in EECS.
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