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GSO Elections 2016


  • The GSO Assembly is a representative body, with each graduate program receiving a vote. The Assembly meets monthly.
  • Agenda are made available one week before the meeting. Assembly meetings are open to the public.
  • GSO Assembly graduate program representatives or representative alternates are to participate in the GSO Assembly monthly meetings and keep their constituents informed of GSO activities.
  • GSO Assembly graduate program representatives must review each grant proposal from his or her department applicants before graduate students applications can be approved.
  • Failure for a graduate program representative (or representative alternate) to participate in the monthly Assembly meeting will result in all grants proposals originating from graduate students in her or his program to be set aside for review at a later date; specifically, until the representative or the representative alternate is available to participate in the review process at a subsequent GSO Assembly meeting.

The list below is not complete. If your department representative is not listed, contact your department Graduate Chair, who is a faculty member, and let us know! Mahalo.

Here is a list of programs which should have GSO representation (PDF)

Current Assembly Members

 

Executive Council Officers



PRESIDENT
Amy Mckee
MEd student, Educational Administration
(Higher Education)

VICE PRESIDENT
Kepo‘o Keli‘ipa‘akaua

SECRETARY
Hannah Liebreich
PhD student, Sociology

TREASURER
LaJoya Shelly


Executive Council Committee Chairs



ACADEMIC
unfilled
 

ADVOCACY Co-Chair
unfilled
 

ADVOCACY Co-Chair
Maja Schjervheim
MURP student, Urban & Regional Planning

ELECTIONS
Duyen Bui
PhD student, Political Science

EMPLOYMENT & COMPENSATION
Benton Rodden
MA student, Political Science

EVENTS
Yvette Lacobie
MPH student, Public Health (Epidemiology)

GRANTS & AWARDS
Rachael Wade
PhD student, Botany

INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION
Amber Camp
MA student, Linguistics

NEWSLETTER
Jessica Fast
MA student, Second Language Studies

PARLIAMENTARIAN
Adrienne Copeland
PhD student, Biology


At-Large Representatives

  • At-Large Representatives shall be from different departments; and shall not hold committee chair positions.
  • At least one and up to three At-Large Representatives shall be unclassified graduate students.
  • At-Large members are expected to attend the monthly Assembly, EC, and Chancellors meetings.



AT-LARGE
Nick Chagnon
PhD student, Sociology

AT-LARGE
Leilei Shih
PhD student, Oceanography


GSO Support Staff



OFFICE MANAGER
Jamie Caldwell
PhD student, Zoology

G&A MANAGER
Seth Travis
PhD student, Oceanography
See how GSO is involved on Campus

Please feel free to contact the GSO Representative to any of the committees below if you have any questions or comments.