Committee

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Membership

If you’re interested in serving on the SEAS DEIB committee, please indicate your interest here by March 15th.

Current Committee

  • Aikaterini Kargiot, Applied Physics ’23
  • Alice Ao, Computer Science ’24
  • Anika Seth, Biomedical Engineering ’25
  • David McElfresh, Biomedical Engineering ’25
  • Janani Baskaran, GRD ’26, Biomedical Engineering
  • Julianne Rolf, GRD ’24, Chemical and Environmental Engineering
  • Kate Schilling, Associate Research Scientist, Chemical and Environmental Engineering
  • Lina Sanchez Botero, Postdoctoral Associate, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science
  • Luis Ramirez, GRD ’27, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science
  • Michael Loewenberg, Professor of Chemical & Environmental Engineering
  • Nidhi Pashine, Postdoctoral Associate, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science
  • Peter Schiffer, Frederick W. Beinecke Professor of Applied Physics and Physics
  • Peter Torab, Research Support Specialist, School of Engineering & Applied Science
  • Priya Panda, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
  • Prior Committee - 2021

    • Florian Carle, Program Manager, Yale Quantum Institute
    • Afia Sarpong Frimpong, Biomedical Engineering '22
    • Amir Haji-Akbari, Assistant Professor of Chemical & Environmental Engineering
    • Vijay Jain, Postdoctoral Associate, Applied Physics
    • Michael Loewenberg, Professor of Chemical & Environmental Engineering
    • Ethen Lund, GRD '25, Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science
    • Ben McManus, Senior Administrative Assistant, Chemical & Environmental Engineering
    • Peter Schiffer, Frederick W. Beinecke Professor of Applied Physics and Physics
    • Tanya Shibu, Electrical Engineering '23
    • Sabrina Whiteman, Graduate Registrar, Computer Science
    • Stephanie Woodman, GRD '26, Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science