Mission

The Association of Graduate Engineering Students is the student organization that represents and coordinates activities for graduate students at the Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science. AGES was formed in March 1993 and was officially approved and granted a budget in 1994.

The mission of AGES is to:

  • Function as a channel of communication between the university and students to promote mutual benefits
  • To serve as an organizing body to promote the intellectual, physical, social, and emotional welfare of engineering students and to enhance the Sever experience
  • To unite the diverse body of graduate engineering students and to improve communications among engineering students

For this mission, AGES sponsors a full calendar of activities throughout the year. In addition, AGES sends representatives to the Professional and Graduate Student Coordinating Committee (ProGradS), the campus-wide graduate student government, and the Graduate Professional Council (GPC).

AGES is composed of the following officers:

  • President: Jessica Ray
  • Vice President: James Meyer
  • Secretary: Chelsea Neil, Kelsey Haddad
  • Treasurer: Yang Wang
  • Two GPC Representatives: Michael Walker, Akshay Gopan
  • Two GSS Representatives: Jessica Ray, Kelsey Haddad