Andrew Charbonneau mountain climbing.

Alumni Profile

Andrew Charbonneau

Student Leader: Kayleigh Miller

By serving as a Student Leader, I tasked myself with turning students worries away from only getting the answer we were looking for in pursuit of good grades. The real value of the class is in the students learning to ask the right questions which lead towards the answer."

What did serving as a Student Leader mean to you? What motivated you to participate?
As a student in EAS 140 I saw many others get frustrated by the class because they didn't understand or didn't trust the process. By serving as a Student Leader, I tasked myself with turning students worries away from only getting the answer we were looking for in pursuit of good grades. The real value of the class is in the students learning to ask the right questions which lead towards the answer. Our job as Student Leaders is simply to guidd them down the right path and "stick to the trail".

A memory that remains with me from my Student Leader days is:
I just remember wanting to start the year in no other way than sitting in a room with the ever hopeful EAS 140 crew eating pizza.