Engineering

Candidate Bios


General Faculties' Council Candidates (6 seats available):

Amlan Bose

alt text Hi there! I am Amlan Bose and I am in my first year of Engineering. I am running for the Students' Union Councillor and GFC Councillor positions.

My Platform focuses these main subjects which are:

Creating Effective communication between the Engineering students and the Student Union. As a Councillor, I am here to hear about your problems and I will make sure that I convey the message of each engineering student to the Students' Union. Integrating the communication between ESS and the Students' Union. Engineering Student Society deals with everything within the engineering faculty and the Students' Union deals with all the faculties. As a Councillor, I will make sure that the Demands of the ESS are put on the table and they are fulfilled. *Creating equity for the International Students who are in Engineering. The International tuition fees are supposed to increase in 2019 and we need a strong protest against it. If I become a Councillor, I will make sure we have strong and effective protests against this motion and bring equity among all the engineering students

So my engineering peers vote me as your next Student Councillor and GFC Councillor so that I can be your voice in the Students' Union.

Janet Yao

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I am an experienced club leader and event organizer. Although I am only a first year student, I have been successfully established a martial art club of over 200 people early in senior high school, dealing with all the applications form and supplementary work as well as advertising. At the end of the year, I was able to arrange my team a presentation facing to the whole campus on the opening ceremony of school sports meeting. I like to get to know new people around me, and I am willing to learn more about work relevant skills, so that I can communicate and interact easier with other members when there is work to hand over and take over. I can deal with large amount of stressed-out work in urgent need, I am calm and confident which seldom makes me messed up with important things. I think I am capable and competitive of a position in either Student Council or GFC.

Ryan Holowaty

No information provided.

Cindy Liang

No information provided.

Syed Mustafa

No information provided.

Students' Council Candidates (3 seats available):

Brendan Samek

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Hi there! My name is Brendan Samek and I’m running to be one of your engineering councillors on Students’ Council. I am a third year CompE who currently spends a lot of my time advocating for residents in Lister. Through my advocacy role in Lister I have worked with the highest levels of University Governance from Vice-Presidents to Deans to the Students’ Union Executive and now I’m looking to bring that same level of advocacy and representation to engineering students.

Students’ Council has always under-represented engineering students by not having enough seats allocated or not having a member of our faculty on the executive puts us even further back. It is crucial that we have a strong representative on council that can hold the executive accountable and can push council’s agenda in favour of engineering students. I have the experience and passion to be your voice.

Amlan Bose

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Hi there! I am Amlan Bose and I am in my first year of Engineering. I am running for the Students' Union Councillor and GFC Councillor positions.

My Platform focuses these main subjects which are:

Creating Effective communication between the Engineering students and the Student Union. As a Councillor, I am here to hear about your problems and I will make sure that I convey the message of each engineering student to the Students' Union. Integrating the communication between ESS and the Students' Union. Engineering Student Society deals with everything within the engineering faculty and the Students' Union deals with all the faculties. As a Councillor, I will make sure that the Demands of the ESS are put on the table and they are fulfilled. *Creating equity for the International Students who are in Engineering. The International tuition fees are supposed to increase in 2019 and we need a strong protest against it. If I become a Councillor, I will make sure we have strong and effective protests against this motion and bring equity among all the engineering students

So my engineering peers vote me as your next Student Councillor and GFC Councillor so that I can be your voice in the Students' Union.

Janet Yao

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I am an experienced club leader and event organizer. Although I am only a first year student, I have been successfully established a martial art club of over 200 people early in senior high school, dealing with all the applications form and supplementary work as well as advertising. At the end of the year, I was able to arrange my team a presentation facing to the whole campus on the opening ceremony of school sports meeting. I like to get to know new people around me, and I am willing to learn more about work relevant skills, so that I can communicate and interact easier with other members when there is work to hand over and take over. I can deal with large amount of stressed-out work in urgent need, I am calm and confident which seldom makes me messed up with important things. I think I am capable and competitive of a position in either Student Council or GFC.

Syed Mustafa

No information provided.

Audrey Rosalind

No information provided.

Cindy Liang

No information provided.

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780-492-4643

Email
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Address

Students' Union Elections Office
Room 6-04
Students' Union Building
University of Alberta
8900 - 114 Street NW
Edmonton, AB
T6G 2J7