The College’s engagement and events committee, student leaders for the Programming Board work closely to build community among the student body. They often partner with NSM Senators in the Student Government Association and representatives from NSM and STEM-affiliated Registered Student Organizations (RSOs). Members are tasked with the programming and execution of events geared toward engaging undergraduates, facilitating peer connection, and offering doorways to opportunities and resources within NSM and UH.
Below, we asked the Programming Board members what their fondest memory at NSM is.
Battle of the Orgs!
My fondest memory of NSM would have to be the retreat. I enjoyed getting to know my fellow NSM student leaders. We played games, talked as a collective group about what it takes to be a great leader and team player, as well as met with our individual branches and created a game plan for the rest of the semester. From this organization, I have made some of my best friends, and I would recommend joining this organization if you want to work with a group of welcoming leaders on campus.
My fondest memory at NSM was during socials, where we would hang out, learn more about each other, and have fun outside of classes!
I really enjoyed the banquet that NSM Student Leadership had at Hermann Park earlier this year. It was the first in-person event we were able to have, and it was a pleasure to be able to get to meet all the other Student Leaders. (Not to brag, but I received the “Undercover Champion” Award.)
Summer 2021 retreat was really fun and helped strengthen NSM Student Leadership with great team-building exercises.
My fondest memory at NSM is from our Student Leadership retreat! The overall experience and meeting all the other student leaders made it feel like we are a family.