Software Engineering Student Advisory Council
The Software Engineering Student Advisory Council (SAC) is the bridge between students and faculty. Our main goal is to help continually improve the Software Engineering curriculum along with providing resources to students outside of the classroom.
The SAC is always looking for new members to join! If interested in becoming a member please contact us at email@example.com.
Student Advisory Council Members:
Jack is currently a Junior in Software Engineering. Jack is currently President of the Computer Science and Software Engineering Club and a Peer Mentor for the Software Engineering Learning Community. Throughout his experiences at Iowa State he has become passionate about the Software Engineering Curriculum and helping other students succeed. Currently, Jack's interests are in Web Development and Data Analytics. For the summer of 2017, he will be interning at Telligen in West Des Moines, IA as a Programmer Analyst Intern.
Joey Sogard is a Sophomore studying Software Engineering at Iowa State University. He is originally from Edina, Minnesota and in his free time enjoys camping, hiking, and working on his own personal programming projects. He plans to minor in Applied Statistics because along with his interest in Application Development, when he gets out of college he is also interested in going into the field of Big Data Analysis.
Weston is a Sophomore who joined SE SAC hoping to make valuable changes in the SE community and curriculum. He interned at the robotics company Acieta last summer and will be a Java intern at BusinessSolver in Des Moines this coming summer.
Nischay Venkatram is a junior in Software Engineering who really enjoys learning new technologies. These days he is strongly focused on machine learning and its uses. He also enjoys traveling and is trying his best to hit various hackathons across the nation this year.
Nischay is also actively involved in the Iowa State University community. He was a Google Ignite CS mentor last semester where he taught high school students about problem solving and web development. He joined the SE SAC to bridge the gap between the students and faculty and also to improve the curriculum through increased communication, in ways that would benefit both the future students and faculty.
Erica is a junior is software engineering with a minor in Spanish. When she is not programming, she enjoys playing board games with friends.