The EEBISO president organizes and leads EEBISO meetings, attends executive committee meetings and reports back to EEBISO, does various other tasks (like signing forms, applying for funds), is the point of contact for EEB Application Buddies, and often works closely with the EEB program coordinator and EEB chair.
The treasurer is responsible for organizing payments for EEBISO events as well as procuring funds for events. Other responsibilities include fundraising, which includes t-shirt sales and the silent auction at our annual crawfish boil.
The events chair is the lead on organizing outreach and social events for EEB, including our annual crawfish boil, happy hours, potlucks or picnics, community building activities like game nights, and various other events. Additional duties including forming a committee and working closely with the outreach chair and program coordinator for Darwin Day.
The communications chair is the the point person for communicating relevant information to EEB students. Responsibilities include taking notes at EEBISO meetings, communicating information from EEBISO to the rest of EEB, including event advertisements and important news, and communicating updates for the EEB website. This position works with the communications committee to provide EEB social media outlets with information to advertise and boost EEB’s social media reach.
The seminar representative sits on the EEB seminar committee, works with the seminar chair/committee and the program coordinator to communicate student perspectives, reports seminar news to the EEBISO leadership, and helps with the organization of seminars such as grad student lunches, attendance, invitations, etc.