The structure of AEGS includes an executive committee of four officers, seven liaison officers, and a public relations officer. The executive committee's primary function is to speak for the Association (and thus represent graduate students) in matters relating to Departmental and University affairs. The executive committee is composed of a president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer. The liaison officers attend meetings of the Faculty Committee, the First-Year English Committee, and the Graduate Studies Committee.
The AEGS executive board is determined through a through a nomination and election process in April of the spring semester. Upon accepting nominations, executive board candidates appear on a ballot distributed to all graduate students. Once elected to the executive board, members serve a full academic year and can hold the same position for two consecutive years if reelected.
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