Our Council

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Meet Our 2019-2020 Council

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President

Nitish Bhardwaj

Nitish is a Masters of Applied Computer Science (MACS) student.He’s dedicated to student causes, and always looking to get involved in student activities. As president, among other duties, he oversees the Society’s operations and represents the Society as the head of the Executive both within the Faculty of Computer Science and to external Faculties and organizations.

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Vice-President External

Jessica Castelino

Jessica is a Masters of Applied Computer Science (MACS) student. She is cheerful, ambitious, self-motivated and adaptable. She loves to take up new challenges and works with great enthusiasm. As the CSGS VPE, she acts as a liaison with the Computer Science Society (CSS), Women in Technology Society (WiTS), Culture of Respect Committee (CORE-CS), and other societies and organizations external to the Faculty of Computer Science such as DAGS.She also deals with all external Society issues including non-campus activities, and community service.

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Vice-President Internal

Saurabh Minotra

Saurabh is a Master of Electronic Commerce (MEC) student. He is adventurous and likes taking up challenges. As the CSGS VPE, he acts as a liaison with the Computer Science Society (CSS), Women in Technology Society (WiTS), Culture of Respect Committee (CORE-CS), and other societies and organizations external to the Faculty of Computer Science such as DAGS.

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Treasurer

Rajashri Kulakarni

Rajashri is a Masters of Applied Computer Science (MACS) student. You will find that she loves challenges and is always on the lookout for newer experiences in life. As the CSGS Treasurer, Rajashri is responsible for maintaining accurate records of all spending, and receipts, within the Society in accordance with DSU regulations, ensures budget books are up-to-date and meet DAGS’ audit requirements, and reports on the financial position of the Council.

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Secretary

Neharika Sehgal

Neharika is a Masters of Applied Computer Science (MACS) student. She is engaged with many societies at Dal. She believes in working for the community. She is determined and responsible to get the things completed. As CSGS Secretary, she is in charge of the Society’s minutes, event promotion and updates to the Society’s membership, through the Society’s social media and other online channels.

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PhD Representative

Ehsan Sherkat

Ehsan is a Ph.D. student and researcher in the Machine Learning and Networked Information Spaces (MALNIS) Lab. Ehsan represents the voice of graduate students in the Ph.D. Graduate Program. His goal is to leverage CSGS council potentials to provide a better and happier environment for P.h.D. students at the Faculty of Computer Science. Feel free to contact him to talk about your ideas, concerns, and feedback

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MEC Representative

Suchindra Karthik

Karthik is a Master of Electronic Commerce (MEC) student at the Faculty of Computer Science. As the MEC Representative, Karthik represents the voice of graduate students in the MEC Graduate Program, maintains MEC students informed of the proceedings in these meetings, and works to encourage constituent participation in social events.

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MACS Representative

Genny Centeno

Genny is a Masters of Applied Computer Science (MACS) student. She is a committed person, always eager to learn new things and contributing to the community. As the MACS Representative, she wants to look for new ways of getting MACS students involved and to listen to their ideas and concerns.

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MCS Representative

Robbie MacGregor

Robbie is a Master of Computer Science student and researcher associated with the MYTech Lab (Emerging Wireless Technologies Lab). Robbie’s role on the Council is to represent and support students in the MCS program. He is particularly interested in finding ways to better engage graduate students new to the CS faculty, mature students, and students from under-represented groups. If you need something, reach out by email.

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Member-at-Large

Aditya Ayri

Aditya Ayri is a Master of Electronic Commerce (MEC) student at the Faculty of Computer Science, at Dalhousie University. He is ambitious, enjoys learning new skills, and quickly adapts to changes. As a CSGS Member-at-Large, she represents the Graduate Student body at the Faculty of Computer Science as a whole and helps with the various events and activities of the CSGS Council.

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Member-at-Large

Suman Singh

Suman is a Masters of Applied Computer Science (MACS) student. As a CSGS Member-at-Large, she represents the Graduate Student body at the Faculty of Computer Science as a whole and helps with the various events and activities of the CSGS Council.

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Faculty Representative

Gabriella Mosquera

Gabriella Mosquera is an Instructor for the Faculty of Computer Science and the CSGS Faculty Representative, a non-voting member selected by the Faculty Council. As the CSGS Faculty Representative, Gabriella attends Council meetings and can provide input or guidance to the Council.

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