Student Energy Board

Click here to apply for the 2018 Student Energy Board

The Student Energy Board (SEB) is instrumental in designing and executing many of ND Energy’s campus and community outreach activities. SEB members enjoy sharing their common interest through group discussions, documentary screenings, and engagements with faculty, students, and the broader community. To learn more about current activities and opportunities, visit the Outreach pages of our website.

Core leadership board members serve a one-year term from January through December. Seniors serve an abbreviated term from January to May. Board members serve in various leadership roles and meet as needed to perform the following functions in support of the ND Energy mission:

  • Plan, organize, and execute energy-related education and outreach programs, including the annual Notre Dame Energy Week, Science Alive, and our partnership with Madison Primary Center in South Bend.
  • Suggest speakers and energy-related topics for seminars, lectures, and conferences.
  • Collaborate with and participate in other student clubs, groups, and organizations to develop energy-related education and outreach programs for the Notre Dame and surrounding communities.
  • Aid in publicizing education and outreach events, research initiatives, and other ND Energy activities to the Notre Dame and surrounding communities through social media, marketing, and advertisements.
Meet the SEB Core Leaders for 2017

Alex Baumann, Accountancy and ACMS, Energy Studies Minor
Emily Black, Environmental Engineering, Energy Studies Minor
Justin Blake, Chemical Engineering
Matthew Chamberlain, Chemical Engineering, Energy Studies Minor
John Higham, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Energy Studies Minor
Christopher Hume, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Engineering Corp Practice
Erika Kim, Mechanical Engineering
Tansy Wang, Electrical Engineering
Kevin Weaver, Chemical Engineering

For more information about board membership, contact Anne Berges Pillai at 574-631-9106 or apillai@nd.edu.