Advisory Boards

Mission of the Board

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The Electrical and Computer Engineering Industrial advisory board (ECE-IAB) was founded in the 1987.

The mission of the ECE Industrial Advisory Board is to:

  • Advise the ECE Department chair and faculty on strategic matters that can enhance their teaching, research, and service missions. 
  • Serve as an advocacy group for the Department with the University administration, the State of New Hampshire, and other entities that can provide resources to help improve the department.
  • Help the Department increase its relations with industry and alumni.

Board Members

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Student Advisory Board (ECE-SAB) was founded on April 2001.

The mission of the ECE-SAB is to provide an organized forum for interaction between undergraduate students and the faculty.  Its principal function is to provide education assessment of our EE and CE programs and to identify needs within the ECE Department.  Examples of the ECE-SAB function are but not limited to:

  • Assessing the delivery of our undergraduate curriculum and services
  • Discussing student issues
  • Identifying areas where improvements may be warranted
  • Obtaining rapid feedback about the impact of implemented changes

The ECE-SAB will consist of two representatives from each major and class, the ECE Chair, and Undergraduate Committee chair. The ECE-SAB meets at least twice a year with the ECE Chair and Undergraduate Committee chair and the members has the opportunity to meet with the ECE Industrial Advisory Board. The minutes of the ECE-SAB meetings are maintained in the department and are available for review, and are shared with the appropriate faculty committees.

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Student Advisory Board (ECE-SAB) was founded on February 2022.

The mission of the ECE-GSAB is to provide an organized forum for interaction between graduate students and the faculty.  Its principal function is to provide education assessment of our graduate programs and to identify needs within the ECE Department.  Examples of the ECE-GSAB function are but not limited to:

  • Assessing the delivery of our graduate curriculum and services
  • Discussing graduate student issues
  • Identifying areas where improvements may be warranted
  • Obtaining rapid feedback about the impact of implemented changes

The ECE-GSAB consist of  representatives from each degree, and the ECE Chair, and Graduate Committee Chair. The ECE-GSAB meets at least twice a year with the ECE Chair and Graduate Committee Chair and the members have the opportunity to meet with the ECE Industrial Advisory Board. The minutes of the ECE-GSAB meetings are maintained in the department and are available for review, and are shared with the appropriate faculty committees.