Student Advisory Committee

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) Student Advisory Committee (SAC) at Iowa State University is a group of electrical, computer, software, and cyber security engineering students currently enrolled in an undergraduate EE, CprE, Cyb E, or SE program of study at Iowa State who are interested in the vitality of the ECpE department. The committee acts as a consultant to the ECpE department chair to strengthen the department’s undergraduate academic and outreach programs; improve its facilities usage as it pertains to undergraduate teaching and research; and expand its available support to current students and future alumni. SAC members actively participate in the continual assessment of the department’s progress and the development of policies and activities as they pertain to the undergraduate experience in the department.

SAC members actively assist in recruiting new members, as well. The committee serves at the discretion of the ECpE department chair.

At Large Members: Apply to become a part of the SAC!

SAC Bylaws

At-Large Members Application Form (rolling acceptance)

Software Engineering SAC

Email ecpefeedback@iastate.edu to submit comments or concerns to the Student Advisory Committee.


2021-22 Student Advisory Committee Standing Members

IEEE Student Chapter
Leadership

Json Rangel, president
Katerina Zubec, vice president

HKN Student Chapter
Leadership

Evan Gossling, president
PENDING, vice president

Digital Women
Leadership

Erica Hollander, president
Lydia McCleary, vice president

Critical Tinkers 
Leadership

Micah Mundy, president
Joseph Kenkel, treasurer

SE SAC Representative
Lewis Callaway

Engineering Student Council Representatives
Leadership

Tyler Johnson, E-Week Co-president
Anna Hackbarth, VP of admin

Cyclone Amateur Radio Club (CARC)
Leadership

Aaron Barvincak, Repeater Chair
Reese Jamison, Webmaster

Member(s)-At-Large
Pending


 

Lewis CLewis Callawayallaway
Lewis Callaway is a junior in software engineering with a minor in cybersecurity from Clear Lake, Iowa. He is the Software Engineering Student Advisory Council representative. Lewis has worked as a software engineering intern at Kingland Systems for the past few summers and owns his own IT services company, Callaway Technologies LLC. Lewis loves meeting new people and strengthening relationships with current friends. Outside of school and work, Lewis relishes trying new restaurants, riding his fat-tire bike, running, cheering on the Cyclones, and spending time with family and friends.

 

Json Rangel  Json Rangel 

Json Rangel is a senior in electrical engineering with an emphasis on communication systems and a background in music technology. He is from Rock Island, IL, and currently serves as the President of the Iowa State University Branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Json chose to pursue electrical engineering due to his curiosity at youth on circuits and the uses of electricity, and his overall fascination with wanting to know how things worked. He ventured into communication systems after classes in signal processing and music technology and wanted to continue learning about the uses for signals in communication systems, such as radios, telecommunications, and networking. Outside of class, he enjoys watching sports, supporting Cyclone athletics, listening to and creating music, and spending quality time with family and friends.

 

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