Ellis Guo '17 serves as the President for Sigma Phi Epsilon, NH Alpha Chapter. He was born in New Jersey before moving to Japan at the age of five, where he grew up and graduated high school. He is a Computer Science major and a Neuroscience minor. On campus, he holds an executive position in Dartmouth's First Year Peer Mentoring program and has previously served as the chapter's Summer 2015 President and Facilities Project Manager. Ellis hopes to pursue a career in the tech industry.
Nicko Gladstone ‘17 serves as Vice President of Programming of the Sigma Phi Epsilon, NH Alpha chapter, a position which he also held over sophomore summer. Hailing from Washington, DC, Nicko is an Economics major and is also involved in War and Peace Fellows and First-Year Peer Mentoring. He hopes to pursue a career in international development.
Nick Moolenijzer ’17 is the Vice President of Member Development. He was born in Albuquerque, NM, but has since moved seven times. He's a Computer Science major and Studio Art minor, primarily interested in system security and human-computer interaction. During his sophomore summer and junior fall, Nick was SigEp's Awareness, Impact, and Improvement chair. On campus he works as a software developer and mentor in the Digital Arts, Leadership, and Innovation Lab and also researches security and privacy with Professor Smith. Every spring, Nick helps organize LGBTQ+ Pride week. In his free time, he enjoys hiking and photography.
Austin Welch '17 is the Risk Manager for Sigma Phi Epsilon. He is a government major/Economics minor with a passion for basketball. As Buchannan Cup Chair, Austin continues to lead the charge to restore the Dartmouth New Hampshire Alpha chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon to its former glory. As a brother who passionately wants to make SigEp great again, Austin seeks others to join him in this mission. Austin is excited to rise to the challenge of Risk Man.
Richard Shen ’17 is the Chief Financial Officer for Dartmouth College's chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon. He is double-majoring in Economics and Computer Science. He is highly passionate about data science and machine learning, particularly for the field's potential applications to sports analytics and many other practical applications. Other than his executive position at SigEp, Richard is also actively involved in the Dartmouth community as a co-founder of Dartmouth Venture Analysts and of Dartmouth Sports Analytics, new clubs focused on giving students actual experience with venture capital work and with sports analytic research respectively.
Ray Lu '18 serves as the House Man for Sigma Phi Epsilon, NH Alpha Chapter. Ray is an Economics major and Public Policy minor born and raised in Austin, TX. On campus, he is on the executive board and edits for The Dartmouth newspaper and the Dartmouth Business Journal, serves as an Undergraduate Assistant, and conducts public policy research in the Policy Research Shop. In his free time, Ray enjoys playing intramural flag football and hanging out with his brothers.
Chase Shipp ’17 serves as the Facilities Project Manager for Sigma Phi Epsilon, NH Alpha chapter. He is a Chemistry major and Hispanic Studies minor from Berwyn, PA. Chase researches chiral catalyst synthesis with Professor Glueck on campus, and is currently the Men’s Engagement Associate Director for the Movement Against Violence. In his free time, Chase plays jazz guitar and is learning to ski.
David Klinges III ’17 is the Chaplain hails from Princeton, NJ. He is majoring in Biology with a concentration in Ecology. Affectionately dubbed “Nature Dave” by his friends, David seeks to educate all those around him on the natural world, most specifically small reptiles and amphibians. Outside of the classroom and research lab, David plays on the A Team for Men’s Ultimate Frisbee at Dartmouth. His passion for adventure and nature will most likely find him scuba diving off the coast of South Africa after graduation.
Ryan Buckvar ’17 is the Alumni Chair. He hails from Syosset, New York. He is majoring in Mathematics and has a passion for financial markets and capitalism. On campus he is involved in the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network and is Treasurer of the Chess Club. With a keen eye for numbers and a drive for success he plans on pursuing a career in investment banking. As the alumni chair for SigEp he hopes to bring an aspect of the corporate culture that he knows and loves back to Hanover.
Justin Ferrer ’18 is one of the Recruitment Chairs for SigEp for the 2019 rush class. He hails from the small town of Miami, FL. As an Economics major modified with Quantitative Social Sciences he particularly enjoys explaining, “what is Quantitative Social Sciences.” On campus, he participates in Ultimate Frisbee, and the Dartmouth Society of Investing and Economics. He is also incredibly excited to make Sig Ep great again with Will Shafer by his side.
Will Shafer '18 serves as Recruitment Chair. Raised in New Gloucester, ME, Will is a government and geography double major. For activities, Will is a member of the Men's Cross Country and Track and Field teams, an occasional DOC participant, and an overall sports enthusiast. In the future, Will hopes to work in the outdoors and help the world become more environmentally sustainable.
Liam Stevens ’18 serves as one of the Social Chairs of Sigma Phi Epsilon, NH-Alpha Chapter. He was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. On campus, he serves as a team captain of the Club Swimming Team, works as a ski instructor, is an active volunteer with the STAR Mentorship program, and Movement Against Violence. Over winter term, he served as SigEp’s Awareness, Impact, and Improvement Chair, and is very excited to now be on the Executive Committee. His major is undecided but will likely be Cognitive Science with a Computer Science focus. After college, he would like to work in marketing.
Thomas Palladino ’17 is one of the Social Chairs for Sigma Phi Epsilon, NH Alpha Chapter. Hailing from Edison, NJ, Thomas has been recruitment chair, academic chair, formal chair, and secretary for SigEp. Thomas is a Biology major and a research assistant at the Geisel School of Medicine where he works on phage display to identify peptide sequences of potential therapeutic significance. He participates in several volunteer endeavors including the Red Cross Club, Haven Cooking, and David's House for CHAD. He tutors psychology and enjoys cooking as well as playing guitar and bass. Thomas hopes to pursue a career in medicine.
Jack Kirsch ’17 serves as the Secretary for the Sigma Phil Epsilon NH-Alpha Chapter. He is majoring in Biological Engineering and is planning on pursing a doctorate in the protein engineering. He researches enzymatic antibiotics in the Griswold Research Group at the Thayer School of Engineering. Outside of the classroom, Jack is the Executive Director of Programming Board, serves as a representative on the Special Events Planning Committee, and is a mentor to middle school kids through the Outdoor Leadership Experience Program. His passions include cooking, back-country and downhill skiing, and a good NFL game on Sunday.