Computer Science Dept. Czars

Overview

As you might guess, these are not the department's personal Russian emperors. Rather, a "czar" is a member of the department who is providing a service to the department as a volunteer.

There is no requirement that students act as czars, but the work that czars do helps the department run smoothly and everybody benefits in some way from the czar system, so you are urged to take on czarships occasionally to carry your share of the burden of department work.

If there is a czarship that you think should be created (particularly if you would be willing to take it on yourself at the beginning), contact the Czar Czar (currently Fabian Muehlboeck, [hover to see e-mail address]) and let him know.


Current Czars


Title Czars
Board GamesLaure Thompson
Brown BagJonathan Shi, Eston Schweickart
CokeAndrew Hirsch
ColloquiumWil Thomason et al.
Czar CzarFabian Muehlboeck
DeskFabian Muehlboeck
EspressoKai Mast
FoosballDylan Foster
HockeyJack Hessel
KitchenGeoff Pleiss
MentoringWil Thomason
MilkEric Lee
OutreachTom Magrino
PicnicEdward Tremel
PhotoFan Zhang
PLDGMolly Feldman, Matthew Milano
QuotesEdward Tremel
Room ReservationMatthew Milano, Eston Schweickart, Wil Thomason, Yiqing Hua, Joshua Gancher
Social HourAshudeep Singh
Student Brown BagMichael Roberts
Systems LunchEdward Tremel
TGIFJonathan DiLorenzo
Theory TeaSam Hopkins
Visit Day2017: Ana S., Ethan C., Julia P., Sebastian A., Valts B., Yiqing H., Longqi Y., Yin C.
WikiAna Smith

Open Czarships/looking for help/successors

If you are interested in any of these positions, please email the Czar Czar (hover to see e-mail address)!


TitleStatus
ColloquiumHelp always welcome
Czar CzarNeed Successor
DeskNeed Successor
OutreachNeed Successor
Room ReservationNeed additional Czars

Lapsed Czarships


Title
Arcade
Frisbee
GPSA Representative
Newspaper
Programming Contest
Refrigerator
Relocation Czar
Talks Website
Theater
T-Shirt Czar
Videotaping
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Last updated 31st January, 2015