SEG Student Chapter Excellence Program

The Student Chapter Excellence Program recognizes existing SEG Student Chapters for their engagement.

Congratulations to our 2017 Best Student Chapter, AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland and Most Improved Student Chapter, Indian Institute of Technology in Roorkee, India!

For your opportunity to win 2018 SEG/Paradigm Best Student Chapter, complete your Annual Activity Report today at seg.org/apply.
Only reports submitted by 15 May 2018 will be considered for the "Best Student Chapter Award", a $5,000 travel grant for the winning faculty advisor and one student member to attend the SEG Annual Meeting in Anaheim in October 2018.

Every Student Chapter must submit an Annual Activity Report to remain active. The information provided in the report will be used to determine the 2018 Student Chapter ranking (Base, Ridge, Summit or Inactive). All submitted activities must have taken place between 1 January 2017 and 31 December 2017. Reports submitted after the deadline will automatically be awarded base level.

Student Chapters who do not submit the Annual Activity Report will be placed on inactive status. Once placed on inactive status, the Chapter will no longer receive The Leading Edge magazine and student opportunity to be selected for SEG travel grants will also be reduced.

List of Ridge-level Student Chapters for 2017 (PDF)

List of Summit-level Student Chapters for 2017 (PDF)

Download Student Chapter Handbook (PDF)

How your Chapter is ranked


10 pts.
Student Chapter officer/member roster (Required for all active SEG Student Chapters)
20 pts.
Participate in SEG student programs or activities
20 pts.
Volunteer for SEG
20 pts.
Chapter outreach
10 pts.
Collaborate with other Chapters or universities
10 pts.
Co-curricular activities
10 pts.
Faculty advisor summary
100 pts
 
  1. Student chapter officer/member roster (Required for all active SEG Student Chapters)
    This section is worth 10 points!
    This is the minimum requirement for the Chapter to remain active in 2017. A Chapter who does not complete this section will be placed on inactive status.
  2. Participate in SEG student programs
    This section is worth 20 points!
    Events to consider are Chevron Student Leadership Symposium (SLS), donating to the SEG Foundation, Exxon Mobil Student Education Program (SEP), Honorary/DISC Lecturers, participation in SEG conferences, SEG Field Camps, SEG professional development courses, SEG Scholarships, Technical Program Travel Grants (TPTG), etc.
  3. Volunteer for SEG
    This section is worth 20 points!
    Volunteering activities to consider are serving on an SEG board or committee, volunteering at an SEG-sponsored conference, editing the SEG Wiki, etc.
  4. Chapter outreach
    This section is worth 20 points!
    Consider an activity where the Chapter led an outreach event to a high school or another group in the community or submit a "How-To..." document which describes how other Chapters can set up an outreach activity of their own.
  5. Collaborate with other Chapters or universities
    This section is worth 10 points!
    Write about the most significant activity where the Chapter has collaborated with another SEG Student Chapter or another university.
    If no collaboration activities were realized, instead submit a "How-To..." document which describes how other Chapters can set up a collaboration program.
  6. Co-curricular activities
    This section is worth 10 points!
    List an activity where the Chapter organized an event for Chapter members where the activity provided social interaction and exchange of ideas between all levels of undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty. Or, where the Chapter established a relationship with local industry.
    The chapter may also submit a "How-To..." document which describes how other Chapters can set up a program which promotes this interaction.
  7. Faculty advisor summary
    This section is worth 10 points!
    The faculty advisor will complete his/her comments on the status of the Chapter to demonstrate he/she is involved and aware of Chapter activities.

For more information about the Student Chapter Excellence Program contact Nicole Gonzales at studentchapters@seg.org .


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