Would you like to be involved in Student Government? We’re looking for highly motivated people to serve as Chairpersons for the Communications and Public Relations Committee, the Policy and Review Committee, the Projects and Services Committee, and Elections Committee for this upcoming school year, as well as Aides for all these committees. Interested? Download and fill out an application!! For more information, or contact Eric Sansky at email@example.com or Tyler Socash at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are due Thursday, April 24, 7pm to Wilson Commons 101G or to email@example.com. Be sure to sign up for a 20-minute interview:Thursday (4/24) 2-7, Friday (4/25) 3-6, Sunday 2:20-7:40. Students from all class years and abroad status should apply. (Extensions are available by request).
Thursday, April 17; 9-4pm; Hawkins-Carlson and Welles-Brown Room, Rush Rhees Library
Support your friends, learn about research possibilities at the University, and enjoy talks, poster sessions, and the Professors of the Year Awards during the Undergraduate Research Exposition. Sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Research and the Students’ Association, the exposition will be held Thursday, April 17, in Rush Rhees Library. The day is divided into two sessions: morning session, 9 am- 12 pm, lunch at 12 pm followed by Professor of the Year Award distribution at 12.30 pm, and afternoon session from 1 pm to 4 pm. The poster presentations will be in Welles-Brown and the oral presentations will be held in Hawkins-Carlson. Lunch and Professor of the Year Award will be in Welles-Brown.
To Vote go HERE: https://garth.its.rochester.edu/sslcgi-bin/vote/cbwVote.pl
SA Government is looking to elect a new President and VP, 3 2009 Senators, 3 2010 Senators, 3 2011 Senators, 5 At Large Senators, and 8 Class Council Representatives for the class of 2009, 2010, and 2011. Remember EVERYONE CAN VOTE INCLUDING SENIORS!!
So remember to have your voice heard and vote for who think will represent you student body the best. You can also see their platforms on The Hive (http://sa.rochester.edu), or in the latest issue of the CT. Find out what each candidate represents and the issues they want to focus on.