About us

Engineering Student Council (ESC)

Engineering Student Council (ESC) serves as the undergraduate governing student organization in the College of Engineering at MSU, as well as the umbrella organization for all engineering student organizations.

 

ESC is designed to help students enrolled in the College of Engineering (CoE) in a variety of ways. We help students get involved in extracurricular opportunities, get resources for registered student organizations (RSO), and provide a voice for undergraduate student concerns to the college's administration.

 

As the undergraduate governing student organization, some of our core responsibilities involve us acting as test groups for administrative changes, communicators of college-wide issues and developments, and final selectors of the commencement speaker and singer each year.

 

As the umbrella organization for engineering student organizations, we help to manage college-wide events, mitigate issues that these groups encounter, provide funding to RSOs, and work to boost RSO membership as much as possible.

Our Mission

ESC strives to empower engineering students so they can achieve their full potentials as future engineers. We seek to be the go-to connection point between College of Engineering students, Registered Student Organizations (RSO), and administration by complimenting existing student resource pathways.

 

Our Team

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Brian Hanton

President

Engineering College Advisory Council

I am a senior majoring in Mechanical Engineering with minors in Computer Science and Leadership of Organizations. I have interned at both GE Aviation and Whirlpool and I am the Tanzania Project Lead for Engineers Without Borders at MSU. Please reach out to me if there is anything ESC, or I can help you with.

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Riley Lawson

Executive Vice President

I am currently a junior at MSU majoring in Electrical Engineering and Math. Aside from ESC I am also involved in STARX on the power systems team and am a College of Engineering representative for ASMSU. I am involved in research on secondary battery systems for green energy storage. Outside of school, I love reading, hiking, biking, and generally being outdoors.

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Joe Nelson

Vice President of Finance

I am a junior majoring in Mechanical Engineering. I spend my free time swimming for the MSU club swim team and running with the MSU Running Club. 

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Hannah Francisco

Vice President of Communication

I am a senior majoring in Computer Science with a business concentration. After graduation, I will be working at General Mills as a Web Developer. In my free time I enjoy traveling and cooking.

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Bobby Vette

Activities Chair

I am a senior, studying Mechanical Engineering. Upon graduation, I hope to pursue a career in prosthetic design. In my spare time, I enjoy snowboarding and rock climbing.

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Matt Skulski

Activities Chair

I am currently a sophomore majoring in Chemical Engineering. Besides ESC, I am also involved with Engineers Without Boarders, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and H-STAR. In the past, I have interned as a facilities engineer for Linde. Outside of academics I enjoy hiking, football, and traveling.

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Jackson Hamm

Vice President of Membership

I am a junior majoring in Applied Engineering Sciences with a concentration in Supply Chain Management.  I have interned with PPG as well as Mead Johnson Nutrition, and I am also active in the MSU swim club.