The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECpE) Student Advisory Committee (SAC) at Iowa State University is a group of electrical, computer, and software engineering students currently enrolled in an undergraduate EE, CprE, 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!
email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit comments or concerns to the Student Advisory Committee.
2018-19 Student Advisory Committee Standing Members
IEEE Student Chapter
Amir Hamza, president
Collins Ntwali, vice president
HKN Student Chapter
Timothy Day, president
Sydney Ehlinger, president
Megan Bailey, vice president
Joseph Gamble, president
SE SAC Representative
Steve Nyepon, president, CS/SE Club
Engineering Student Council Representative
David Bane, E-Week co-president
Cyclone Amateur Radio Club (CARC)
Jacob Drahos, president
Megan Bailey is a junior studying software engineering from Des Moines, Iowa. Megan realized she wanted to study software engineering when she was at the University of Iowa studying biomedical engineering. She transferred to Iowa State in the fall of 2017. Megan is a transfer peer mentor with the Women in Science and Engineering program and vice president of Digital Women. Outside of class Megan enjoys running and reading.
Sydney Ehlinger is a senior studying software engineering from Des Moines, Iowa. She became interested in pursuing a software engineering degree after taking a web design class in high school. Sydney is an active member and the current president of Digital Women. In her free time, Sydney enjoys yoga, reading, sewing, and knitting.
Steve Nyepon is a sophomore studying software engineering from Kansas City, Missouri. Steve became interested in pursuing a software engineering degree after taking a programming course during his freshmen year of college. Steve is an active member of Engineers Without Borders and president of Computer Science and Software Engineering Club. Outside of class Steve enjoys working out, golfing, watching football and baseball, and learning about new software technologies.
Evan Timmons is a junior studying computer engineering from Highland Park, Illinois. Evan developed a passion for computers through his pursuit to understand the most perplexing technologies he saw in the world around him. Evan is vice president of the IEE-HKN honors society and the chair of special events for the Society of Women Engineers. Outside of class, Evan enjoys skiing, studying Greek and tinkering on projects.
Amir Hamza is a junior in computer engineering with a focus in embedded systems. While serving as the vice president for IEEE, he is also the president of Cardinal Space Mining Club and a team lead at the IT Solution Center. Amir enjoys reading science related books and early morning jogs.
David Bane is a senior studying software engineering from Papillion, Nebraska. David always wanted to pursue an engineering degree and a software focus intrigued him the most. David is an active member of Theta Delta Chi Fraternity and co-president of Engineers’ Week. In his free time, David has a passion for fitness and enjoys app development.