FED Coordinator

Faculty of Engineering and Design Coordinator: 


Contact: fed [at] casg.ca

About the Office of the Faculty of Engineering and Design

The Faculty of Engineering and Design (FED) Coordinator is responsible for organizing, scheduling, and facilitating meetings with the departmental FED representatives.

It is the responsibility of the FED Coordinator to ensure accuracy in the submission of minutes (to the VP Internal), in addition to attendance records of FED representatives at the following meetings; Departmental Meetings, Faculty Board Meetings, Faculty Representative Meetings, and CASG General Assembly Meetings.

FED Coordinators must recruit, train and encourage all of its members to actively participate in the Carleton Academic Student Government organization by performing class talks, speaking with departmental societies, administration, faculty and students.

In addition, the FED Coordinator is responsible for meeting with their representatives once a month (i.e. Faculty Representative Meetings). Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): formulating and distributing the agenda in advance, scheduling, room booking, ordering food/refreshments, and keeping track of attendances.

The FED Coordinator is a leader who is passionate for Carleton Academics; the position of Faculty of Engineering and Design Coordinator demands well-organized, driven, enthusiastic, and intellectual individuals who are capable of facilitating several Engineering and Design student representatives.



Departmental Positions under the Faculty of Engineering and Design Coordinator:


About the Faculty of Engineering and Design Coordinator:

My name is Nik Fruetel, and I’m a fourth year engineering student studying Aerospace Electronics and Systems. In the 2013-2014 school year I was a part of the CASG council as the aerospace stream representative, and served on the scholarship committee for CASG. For the 2014-2015 school year I was away on a coop work term, though I remained involved in the Carleton Student Engineering Society as a co-director of the Carleton Engineering Competition. This school year I am looking forward to working with the CASG council and the stream representatives.