Board 62 November 2017 - March 2018
The board of the ‘Dispuut Watermanagement’ consists of seven students originating from two different master tracks: Water Management and Environmental Engineering. The functions within the board are president, secretary, treasurer, commissioner of education for both masters, commissioner of public relations, and vice president. It is the role of the board to oversee the various activities of the Dispuut and act as a liaison between students and faculty. Each board member also supervises or is involved in at least one of the other main committees (Trip, Activity, Symposium etc.) and helps to organize quarterly drinks, lunch lectures, weekly cookie breaks and any other tasks that need doing. We strive to create a friendly atmosphere around room 4.74 where everyone feels welcomed and can flourish in their studies.
Every board member will serve for one full year. To maintain continuity there are two board changes a year. At each board change, three or four members are replaced by new members. During the board change day, apart from the free lunch and drinks, there is possibility for feedback from members to the board and vice versa during the General Assembly. During this meeting, the old board presents their achievements of the last year, and the new board shows their plans for the upcoming half year.
We would like to invite all Dispuut members for each board day. The more members, the more input and constructive criticism the new board can get. This will undoubtedly lead to constant evolution and positive growth for the whole Dispuut.
Board 62 is the current board of Dispuut Watermanagement and was assigned on the 23rd of November 2017.
Ileen Streefkerk President
Ileen Streefkerk studied her Bachelor in Civil Engineering at the TU Delft. She started doing both Watermanagement and Environment Engineering courses in February 2017. She is currently the president of the Dispuut and is in contact with professors and other staff members of the Department of Water Management.
The President is ultimately responsible for overseeing and ensuring that the Dispuut runs smoothly and achieves its goals. This means keeping an eye on all activities that the Dispuut is involved in, both within the board and in the committees.
Andrea Deiana Vice President
Andrea Deiana is the Vice President of the dispuut. He did his Bachelor in Environmental Engineering in Turin and started his masters in Delft in Septemper 2016 focusing on Environmental technology.
The Vice President assists the president where needed. Besides this task the vice president is mainly responsible for maintaining the Dispuut’s communication channels (website, social media etc.). They also oversee the various internship, job, master thesis and multidisciplinary project opportunities that the Dispuut promotes.
Fabian Bodenlenz Secretary
Fabian Bodenlenz is the Secretary, thus he is responsible for all contact to and with the outside and the members administration within our organisation. He did his Bachelor in Applied Earth Sciences in Vienna and started his masters in Delft in September 2017 focusing on Environmental technology.
The Secretary is responsible for the administration of the Dispuut. This consists of taking minutes at board meetings, entering new members into our system and maintaining correct records of all our members, managing the Dispuut email account etc.
Ruben van Dijk Treasurer
Ruben van Dijk is responsible for the finances of the water management dispuut. He has done his bachelor in International Land and Water Management at Wageningen University. He started the master in Watermanagement in September 2017 focusing on Water Resources and Hydrology.
The general task of the Treasurer is to keep an overview of the finances of the Dispuut. This consists of making payments, payment administration, making a financial year report, making a budget for the new year etc.
Sophie Broere Commissioner of Education Water Management
Sophie Broere is currently the commissioner of education for the master Water Management. She is in contact with professors and other staff members of the department in order to review and improve education. She did her bachelor in Civil Engineering at TU Delft and started her master in September 2017, focusing on Hydrology and Water Resources.
The Commissioner of Education Water Management is responsible for the quality and study experience of the water management master’s students. This mainly consists of evaluating courses, shaping the program and acting as a liaison between students and the department staff.
Manuel Huber Commissioner of Education Environmental Engineering
Manuel Huber is the commissioner of education for the new master Environmental Engineering. He is in contact with professors and other staff members of the department in order to review and improve education. He worked and studied 3 years at the Fraunhofer Institute IVV and completed his bachelor in Geoscience in Germany. He started his master in Envrionmental Enginering in September 2017, focusing on atmospheric science and hydrology.
The Commissioner of Education Environmental Engineering is a responsible for the quality and study experience of the environmental engineering master’s students. This mainly consists of evaluating courses, shaping the program and acting as a liaison between students and the department staff.
Vera Bost Commissioner of Public Relations
Vera Bost is the contact person for our sponsors and public relations. She is in contact with professors and other staff members of the department of Water Management in order to review and improve education. She studied her Bachelor at TU Delft in Mechanical Engineering and started her masters in March 2016 focusing on Sanitary engineering.
The Commissioner of PR is responsible for the contact with the current partners and the fulfilment of contracts. An important part of their task is monitoring and leading the PR committee. Furthermore, they are responsible for organizing activities related to partners and to communicate and promote this to members and other partners.