The following students serve as RSG graduate student representatives for the Winter 2020 Term, and together form the Legislative Branch of the government. Their attendance and voting records are available for public review on this page. Each representative serves on at least 2 RSG committees, and holds periodic office hours that are open to the general student body. Jump below to learn more about and contact your student representatives, or meet them in person at one of these sessions.
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Division I – Biological and Health Sciences
Division II – Physical Sciences and Engineering
Timothy Michael Erasumus Jugovic
My name is Timothy Jugovic, better known to my friends as Raz, and I was born and raised in Washington State. I moved to Illinois after high school to pursue an undergraduate degree in Chemistry at Illinois State University. I am currently working on a PhD in Physical Chemistry under the guidance of Paul Zimmerman. My PhD research focuses on special relativistic corrections to quantum mechanics. I joined RSG to improve my leadership and communication skills, as well as represent the interests of Chemistry graduate student to University of Michigan. My hobbies include cooking, historic European martial arts, and story-telling
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Sudharsan Babu Srikanthan
Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Industrial & Operations Engineering
Division III – Social and Behavioral Sciences
This is my eighth year of student government, and I also represent you on Central Student Government. It’s an honor and a privilege to be entrusted with the responsibility of representing my peers to the administration of the University and external stakeholders and making sure the student voice is always heard.