2014-15 Princeton ASCE Executive Board

Officers are elected at the beginning of the spring semester of each academic year.

Eric Shullman '15 - President

Eric is a senior in the Architecture & Engineering program. He grew up in Boca Raton, Florida, during the height of the real estate bubble in South Florida, an experience that left him fascinated with the built environment and the power that developers, architects, and engineers have to imagine and create environments. When not in the EQuad or the architecture studio, he can be found spending time with the not-nearly-as-cool ORFE majors as he pursues a certificate in Engineering & Management Systems. Outside of class, he plays trumpet with the Princeton University Jazz Ensemble and is an RCA in Mathey College. He also enjoys running, binge-watching comedy TV shows, and long walks on the decks of bridges. Although picking a favorite structure is incredibly hard, at the moment he is fascinated by the new super tall and slender buildings rising in midtown Manhattan, like 432 Park Avenue and 111 West 57th Street.

Eric Shullman

Michael Manhard '15 - Treasurer

Michael Manhard

Lu Lu '16 - Secretary

Lu Lu is a junior from Chongqing, China, studying under the architecture and engineering track. A member of the Engineers without Borders Kenya Team, she is interested in sustainable development. Besides engineering, Lu Lu enjoys photography and traveling. She worked as a photojournalist in Uganda on a Princeton journalism grant this summer. Her favorite city is Berlin and her favorite structure is the Golden Gate Bridge.

Lu Lu

Denisa Buzatu '15 - Social Chair

Denisa Buzatu is a senior from Romania, studying in the Architecture and Engineering track. While her freshman year she had no intention to major in CEE, she soon became fascinated by the extends to which civil engineering and architecture can transform not only the fabric of a space, but also its culture and politics, so she decided to take part in this transformation. Outside her engineering and architecture classes, she is fascinated (read obsessed) by France and has spent her last 2 summers in Paris and Aix-en-Provence, reason for which she is also pursuing a French Language and Culture Certificate. Recently, she became interested in sustainability and has been working on optimization of adaptive shading modules as part of an Andlinger Center project. While her favorite structure changes basically every day, Institute du Monde Arabe by Jean Nouvel is constantly up there.

Denisa Buzatu

Jacqueline Li '16 - Projects Chair

Jackie is a junior in the architecture and engineering program. She grew up in Hong Kong and Shanghai and so has always been amazed at how engineers and architects work together to create such complex urban landscapes. You can usually find her hanging out in the CEE lounge, architecture studio, or on the cozy couches by the fireplace of Cloister Inn. Outside of class, she enjoys rowing for the women's lightweight crew team, as well as photographing for the Daily Princetonion and hence getting free entries to performances and shows. She wants to work on a wide range of structures in the future, but ultimately wants to help design and bring to life new or reinvented city-scapes. Her favourite cities are Hamburg, Rotterdam, and NYC, all with fascinating combinations of old and new buildings, ports, bridges, lakes, and parks.

Jacqueline Li

Dennis Smith '16 - Webmaster

Dennis Smith

Jett Stearns '16

Jett is a junior in the Structural Engineering track from Palos Verdes Estates, California, near Los Angeles. He has always had a fascination with buildings and is proud to be a member of the Civil Engineering Department. He likes to follow current construction projects around the world and wants to explore the fields of urban planning and transportation systems. In addition to photographing structures, his interests include playing the saxophone, golfing, and snowboarding. On campus, he is also involved in the Animal Welfare Society. His favorite structures include the Golden Gate Bridge and the Shanghai World Financial Center.

Jett Stearns

Mena Youssef '16
Mena is a junior from NYC. Heís currently following the Structural Engineering track and is interested in both the design and construction of buildings. Apart from ASCE, Mena is president of Princeton Operations Research Society. He hopes to form a partnership between ASCE and PORS where both groups can explore the construction management side of CEE. Mena has a strong affinity for cathedrals and his current favorite is Saint Basilís.

Mena Youssef

Professor Maria Garlock - Faculty Adviser

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