GMU INCOSE Student Chapter

GMU INCOSE Student Chapter

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INCOSE GMU is holding elections to choose the 2018-2019 officers. This year we have several amazing candidates. All you have to do is click on the link below and vote!

The elections will be open on Wednesday, January 31st at 12:00pm and close on Wednesday, February 7th at 5:00pm.

Instructions:
A valid MasonLive email address will be required to vote.
Only one vote per email address.
Several of the candidates are running for more than one position, please vote for an individual once (1) .

Candidates' Information:

1. Raniah Al-Amili:
I am a junior studying Systems Engineering with concertation in Financial Engineering. I’m currently the Vice President of National Society of Collegiate Scholars honor society.

2. Kayla Corey
Is a junior majoring in Systems Engineering with a concentration in Operation Research. She currently works at GMU as an undergraduate research assistant on a project that studies inference enterprise modeling (IEM).

3. Emmanuel Kwakye-Dompreh:
I was born and raised in Akuse, a small town in the eastern region of Ghana. I moved to the United States at age 11 and lived in Alexandria ever since. I am a junior here at GMU studying systems engineering with a concentration in Aviation systems.

4. Caroline Wagner
Is a junior Systems Engineering major with a concentration in Data Analytics. She has previously worked with managing budgets for large corporations as well as finding trends in order to minimize spending.

5. Caitlin Johnson
I am a junior studying Systems Engineering with a concentration in Operations Research. I also am a Leadership Chair in my sorority, Kappa Delta.

This is the official Facebook account of the student chapter of INCOSE at George Mason University, and it is affiliated with the INCOSE WMA chapter.

Positions Available:

President
Description: The president oversees the administration of the organization and serves as the liaison between the student chapter and parent chapter. Responsibilities:
• Oversight of all organizational activities and administration.
• Approval of all organizational activities.
• Organize and preside over officer meetings.
• Liaison responsibilities include:
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Fill | INCOSE GMU Elections 01/31/2018

Fill | INCOSE GMU Elections

Dear Students,

INCOSE GMU is holding elections to choose the 2018-2019 officers. This year we have several amazing candidates. All you have to do is click on the link below and vote!

The elections will be open on Wednesday, January 31st at 12:00pm and close on Wednesday, February 7th at 5:00pm.

Instructions:
A valid MasonLive email address will be required to vote.
Only one vote per email address.
Several of the candidates are running for more than one position, please vote for an individual once (1) .

Candidates' Information:

1. Raniah Al-Amili:
I am a junior studying Systems Engineering with concertation in Financial Engineering. I’m currently the Vice President of National Society of Collegiate Scholars honor society.

2. Kayla Corey
Is a junior majoring in Systems Engineering with a concentration in Operation Research. She currently works at GMU as an undergraduate research assistant on a project that studies inference enterprise modeling (IEM).

3. Emmanuel Kwakye-Dompreh:
I was born and raised in Akuse, a small town in the eastern region of Ghana. I moved to the United States at age 11 and lived in Alexandria ever since. I am a junior here at GMU studying systems engineering with a concentration in Aviation systems.

4. Caroline Wagner
Is a junior Systems Engineering major with a concentration in Data Analytics. She has previously worked with managing budgets for large corporations as well as finding trends in order to minimize spending.

5. Caitlin Johnson
I am a junior studying Systems Engineering with a concentration in Operations Research. I also am a Leadership Chair in my sorority, Kappa Delta.

Link to Vote :
https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=dQZjEg0fHEGs5ad81fSJEhmuQeO4rMdBsEqlv9Kt37lUN0xaR01IM0hFV0xVRFYyUFAyRFdNR1ozTS4u

Fill | INCOSE GMU Elections Elections will be open January 31st at 12:00pm to close February 7th at 5:00pm. Several of the candidates are running for more than one position, please vote for an individual once (1)

12/17/2017

Our student chapter was featured on the Incose Wma newsletter!

09/28/2017

RÉSUMÉ WORKSHOP THIS MONDAY! Get ready for the career fair by having professional engineers review your résumé! The Volgenau School of Engineering INCOSE Washington Metro Area (WMA) Chapter

Student groups recruit members at ice cream social | Volgenau School of Engineering 09/14/2017

Student groups recruit members at ice cream social | Volgenau School of Engineering

INCOSE GMU was featured today in the The Volgenau School of Engineering at George Mason University news!

"Christopher Pertsch, the president of the International Council of Systems Engineering (INCOSE), says members get networking experience, expand their systems engineering skills, and have the chance to earn a professional certification."

https://volgenau.gmu.edu/news/452661

Student groups recruit members at ice cream social | Volgenau School of Engineering

Timeline photos 09/11/2017

Featuring Jose Soberanis as our Systems Engineer of the week. Currently a senior concentrating in Aviation Systems. His current research interest is the applications of systems engineering with the Aerospace industry. Follow him on Instagram @joselikestodraw

09/05/2017

INCOSE WMA September 2017 Meeting - GMU

If you are interested in knowing how can improve quality health care for Americans please register and join us!

September 13, 2017 from 6:00pm-9:00
Engineering Building Room 2901
Free Food!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/incose-wma-september-2017-meeting-gmu-tickets-37656845639?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=listing

INCOSE WMA September 2017 Meeting - GMU Despite provision of world-class quality health care for some Americans, the current U.S. healthcare system is beset by major problems such as a high number of uninsured citizens, administrative inefficiencies, high cost, and lack of timely medical care delivery. Attenuating these problems is the co...

08/23/2017

We are thrilled to announce our partnership with INCOSE GWU and proud to be once again setting the pace in Systems Engineering networking and professional development.

With this partnership members from both chapter can collaborate and jointly organize networking events such as our monthly dinner meetings, résumé workshops, and professional certification exams.

The Volgenau School of Engineering at George Mason University
Incose GWU Student Division

Timeline photos 05/13/2017

Congratulations to the new 2017-2018 Board of Directors of INCOSE GMU!

President: Christopher Pertsch
Vice President: Pritika Sondhi
Treasurer: Katie Barthelson
Secretary: Daniela Rocabado
Social Media Chair: Miguel Mitra
Event Coordinator: Shamim Ahmed

Chris_Pertsc_Abstract 04/10/2017

Chris_Pertsc_Abstract

Please come and support our vice president Christopher Pertsch tomorrow during The Volgenau School of Engineering at George Mason University research celebration from 5:30-8:30 at Dewberry Hall! Christopher will be presenting his research in environmental systems engineering.
https://www.slideshare.net/slideshow/embed_code/key/9nJiAPrXDqlsUG

Chris_Pertsc_Abstract Development of an In-Situ Total Phosphorus Analyzer in Aqueous Environments Christopher F. Pertsch V1,2, Dr. James Bonner3, Dr. Christopher Fuller3, Russell Ne…

Photos from GMU INCOSE Student Chapter's post 03/06/2017

Thank you to all of those who participated and supported our department during Engineers Week! We hope you enjoyed the bagels and coffee.

A special thank you to Starbucks at South Lakes Shopping Center for Donating a coffee traveler and supporting STEM careers.

The Volgenau School of Engineering at George Mason University

Timeline photos 02/15/2017

Resume Workshop TONIGHT! Get ready for the career fair by having professional engineers review your resume!!

ENGINEERING BLDG - 3507
7pm - 9pm

Caroline Abramson: A Strong Female Presence in STEM 02/09/2017

Caroline Abramson: A Strong Female Presence in STEM

Check out this article on Caroline Abramson, our very own INCOSE GMU President! Congrats Caroline!

Caroline Abramson: A Strong Female Presence in STEM Talk about a girl boss!

01/18/2017

We now have an Instagram!
FOLLOW: INCOSE.GMU to keep up with happenings at Mason!

Timeline photos 10/03/2016

Resume Workshop TONIGHT!! FREE PIZZA!!

Timeline photos 09/08/2016

Come stop by and say Hi at VSE ice cream social! :)

Timeline photos 09/02/2016

INCOSE Member, Isaac Geisler, looking sharp & well prepared for his last semester. Good luck to all SEOR students ready to take some challenging courses!

04/20/2016

Congratulations to the new executive board!!

PRESIDENT: Caroline Abramson
VICE PRESIDENT: Christopher Pertsch
TREASURER: Ryan Rosenmeier
SOCIAL MEDIA CHAIR: Pritika Sondhi
EVENT COORDINATOR: Taban Yazdani
STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE: Roman Corcoran

04/07/2016

Voting for INCOSE 2016-2017 executive board members is now open. Please follow the directions on your Masonlive email as to how to vote!

03/28/2016

Are you interested in becoming an INCOSE executive board member for the 2016-2017 school year?

The positions are as follows: President, Vice President, Treasurer, Event Coordinator, Social Media Chair, and WMA Student Representative. Descriptions of each are located under the "About -> Page Info -> Long Description" section of this page. If interested, submit your name, email, short bio, and short description of why you'd want to serve in that position.

Please email [email protected] for submissions or any other questions you may have. Applications are due by April 6, 2016 and voting will take place the following day.

11/05/2015

LOOKING FOR A VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITY?!

On November 17th, WMA INCOSE is hosting a workshop for high school aged students looking to go into systems engineering. If you are free that day and would be willing to volunteer to help run workshops relating to system design or sustainability, message this page or reply as a comment. Let us know ASAP! Thanks!

INCOSE WMA April 22 Meeting 04/21/2015

INCOSE WMA April 22 Meeting

Don't forget to come out to McCormick and Schmidt's tomorrow for WMA INCOSE's monthly meeting!

"Mr. Ruark will present an "Agile 101" overview that teaches the values, principles, methods and practices of Agile development. Although the original Agile Manifesto was written for software, Jon will show you how agile methods can be applied to ANY industry, including yours. Agile is a mindset; so much that one should strive to "be" agile instead of just "doing" agile. The Scaled Agile Framework and Lean Startup principles are also covered."

INCOSE WMA April 22 Meeting Date: Wednesday, April 22nd Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Topic: Agile 101 Overview Presenter: Jon T. Ruark Cost: $15 for INCOSE Members, $20 for INCOSE Non-Members, $10 for INCOSE Students Location: McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant in Tysons Abstract: Mr. Ruark will present an "Agile 101" overvie…

Photos from GMU INCOSE Student Chapter's post 03/12/2015

Here are some pictures from our trip to Orbital's lab last year! Like our page and be the first to find out about our next trip like this!

SEDC Conference 2014 03/15/2014

SEDC Conference 2014

Don't miss this opportunity guys!
April 03 - 05
http://www.sedcconference.org/

SEDC Conference 2014 SEDC 2014 is a continuation of one of the largest U.S.-based systems engineering conference in 2012 (SEDC 2012). SEDC is ideal for systems engineers, project managers, and professionals interested in learning more about systems engineering.

February Meeting 02/27/2014

Thanks guys for coming out to this great event and for those who could not make, hope to see you in the coming events.

Timeline photos 02/26/2014

Timeline photos

Timeline photos 02/26/2014

Hey guys,
Stop by today 6-8 for this a great opportunity to meet system engineers who worked in the industry for years. Free food will be served.

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