Vice President of Campus Services - Dev Mandavia
Welcome to Campus Services! Our Board is comprised of Sustainability, Auxiliary Services, Campus Infrastructure, and Parking and Transportation committees. Our goal is to enhance the student experience by working with different faculty and staff on a wide variety of projects. Some of the projects that we are currently working on are installing a hammock garden on Skiles Walkway, building stronger relations and promoting student interests with Parking and Transportation, and a large scale Greek recycling project.
Committee Chairs - Daniel Luehm and Jon Faris
The sustainability committee’s purpose is to lead sustainable initiatives for campus infrastructure and students. Additionally, they strive to educate more students and staff about the importance of going green and reducing waste. Some of the projects that we are working on include Greenovation, a large scale Recycling project with the Greek community, GreenLabs, and an educational initiative.
Parking and Transportation
Committee Chairs - Sam Crane and Asher Berman
The Parking and Transportation team strives to provide the student input in discussions regarding public transportation and parking on campus. Some of the projects that we are working on is an application to reduce bus bunching, a partnership with uber, and optimizing the bus routes.
Committee Chairs - Gage Carr and Corbett Kaniff
Auxiliary Services encompasses Georgia Tech retail, the Campus Recreation center, and all of the dining options that Georgia Tech has to offer. This team mainly works with existing contracts with Georgia Tech services and strives to find new dining and retail options to add to Georgia Tech.
Committee Chairs - Grant Ashby and Marion Hatcher
The campus infrastructure team works with faculty to inform students of upcoming construction projects and presents different ideas on what to add to campus. Some of the projects that we are working on is installing a hammock garden and providing student input for the West Campus Dining Commons and the Student Center Renovation.