Doctoral student representatives for 2024 appointed

Doctoral student representatives for 2024 have been appointed for the Schools' Doctoral programme committees and the Aalto University's Doctoral Education Working Group (DEWG).

The Board of Aalto University Student Union has appointed the representatives for the Aalto University's Doctoral Education Working Group (DEWG) and made the proposal for the representatives for the Doctoral programme committees (DPC). The members of the Doctoral programme committees have been appointed by the Academic committee of each School. More information on the application process: Call for doctoral student representatives 2024.

member: Marius Anger
deputy member: Tom Railio

member: Rebecca Jeong 
deputy member: Talvikki Kollmann 

member: Anastasia Koptsyukh 
deputy member: Tejas Kotha 

member: Minerva Vierunketo 
deputy member: Mikko Valkonen

member: Maksim Sitnikov 
deputy member: Jingyi Liao

member: Roope Nyqvist
deputy member: Alice Petry

member: Henrik Lassila
deputy member: Amanda Eklund

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