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.
Puerto Rico Project 2019
SEB is leading an educational initiative regarding the situation in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria involving its power supply. A number of articles and other resources have been gathered in an attempt to foster a better understanding of the situation and the growing interest to increase the use of renewables and localized grids. Learn more about this current initiative.
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 2019
Breanna Belz, College of Engineering, 2020
Emily Black, College of Engineering, 2020
Vignesha Chiniah, College of Engineering, 2020
Amorette Hernandez, College of Arts and Letters, 2021
Emma Kerr, College of Engineering, 2022
Diane Kim, College of Engineering, 2022
Erika Kim, College of Engineering, 2020
Angelo Liu, College of Science, 2020
Erin Ludwig, College of Engineering, 2022
Abigail Martin,College of Engineering, 2021
Abbey McCarthy, College of Engineering, 2021
Chase Miller, College of Engineering, 2020
Kathryn Moran, College of Arts and Letters, 2021
Kelly Moran, College of Engineering, 2021
John Quinlan, College of Science, 2020
Jonathan Reuvers, Mendoza College of Business, 2020
Claire Saltzman, College of Science, 2020
Mackenzie Winton, College of Engineering, 2021
For more information about board membership, contact Anne Berges Pillai at 574-631-9106 or email@example.com.