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ASUAS - Student Government
The Associated Students of The University of Arizona South (ASUAS) works to enhance the quality of student life at UA South through academics, activities, community involvement, clubs and organizations, service, and advocating for students. The executive board represents the student voice in the discussions and decisions that shape all aspects of Wildcat life at UA South, both academically and socially.
The University of Arizona South Student Government exists to foster and enhance communications between the student body and the University community; to provide a forum for discussing and defining the role of students in the University; to represent and advocate their concerns within the University community and statewide; to serve as a resource for student inquiries and requests; to advise and make recommendations on existing and proposed University policies and procedures.
We are hiring for the 2017-2018 school year. Information here.
ASUAS Executive Board
ASUAS President - Marissa Herrera
Marissa is a senior and an Elementary Education Major at the University of Arizona, South. Through her community service, studies, and research, she strives to connect work as an educator to the community. Her goal to become a teacher is supported by a background working in an elementary school. She sees her future students’ success by providing her experience, leadership, and positivity to their education.
Marissa’s goals for the Associated Students of the University of Arizona South are to connect the University through community outreach and to provide UA South students with the best experience while they work hard toward their career goals. UA South students are unique and through a clear vision and mission she wants to communicate to show that the ASUAS is here to support their goals. All questions or concerns are welcome. Please contact her at email@example.com
ASUAS Executive Vice President - Christopher "Chris" King
Chris is a senior and a world traveler. He’s pursuing his BA in Government/Public Service with a minor in Administration of Justice. In addition to ASUAS, he’s currently employed with the Transportation Security Administration in Tucson. He’s married with two children, three grandchildren and three dogs. He spends time volunteering with different organizations impacting the safety of children. As an avid biker, (motorcycles not bicycles), he spends a lot of time on the roads of Arizona. Chris is looking forward to meeting and being a voice for the students of the 2017 class. If you have any questions, ideas, comments, or concerns, engage Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASUAS Administrative Vice President - Kevin Reed
Kevin Reed is a 25-year-old Army combat veteran pursuing a BAS in Organizational Leadership through UA South. After attending Deree: The American College of Greece as a Sports Management undergraduate, he transferred to The University of Nevada, Las Vegas to continue his education as an International Business major. With a little insight, he decided being “Rebel alumni” was not what he wanted to be affiliated with the rest of his life. Hailing from Sahuarita, AZ, there was only one option that made any sense, and with three different transcripts, UA south offered the greatest flexibility. Upon graduation, his intentions are to go Green to Gold and commission in the United States Army as an officer. He can be contact at email@example.com.
ASUAS Administrative Assistant - Angela Lucero
Angela is a senior and pursuing a degree in Elementary Education at UA South. She started on this path after working in an elementary school and found her calling while helping students acquire the technology skills they will need in life. Her goal is to inspire students towards developing their own passion and also providing teachers with the support they need.
In addition to her time with ASUAS, Angela coaches a middle school CyperPatriot team teaching students how to find cybersecurity vulnerabilities within images and hardening the system while maintaining critical services. She also serves in the community on the board for the Tsunami Swim team working to provide every swimmer an opportunity to improve swimming skills and achieve success at his or her level of ability, from novice to international competitor.
Angela is married, has three teenagers, and is an avid reader and photographer. She is excited about the year ahead with ASUAS and building a connection with the student body. If you have any suggestions, questions or concerns, you can reach Angela at firstname.lastname@example.org
ASUAS Executive Meeting Agenda
ASUAS Executive Meeting Minutes
ASUAS Social Media
Leadership Webinar Resources 2017
Dress For Success - September 29, 2016
"Get the Job!" Resume Workshop - October 19, 2016
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