GSA Elections for 2014-15

A message from GSA president Elizabeth Ranieri:

Hello UTD graduate students!

It is time to elect new UTD GSA officers for the 2014-2015 school year. Serving as a GSA officer is an excellent opportunity to meet other students (and faculty members). I am including brief descriptions of the officer positions:

PRESIDENT
Responsibilities include: calling and running meetings (both general GSA and executive board); creating semester calendar; setting and creating agendas for meetings; attending department meetings; collecting and communicating relevant information to GSA advisor, A&H Graduate Advisor and A&H Coordinator of Special Programs; co-chair of RAW committee.

VICE PRESIDENT
Responsibilities include: co-chair of RAW committee; managing structure of GSA (bylaws; funding; organization); attending meetings in place of President when President is unavailable.

SECRETARY
Responsibilities include: managing website/facebook/twitter accounts; writing and organizing minutes from GSA and executive board meetings.

MEMBERSHIP
Responsibilities include: organizing social events; working with alumni; acting as liaison for graduate students who are unable to attend meetings; managing yearly elections.

If you are interested in running for any of these positions, please send your platform to utd.gsa@gmail.com by April 12th.

On April 19th there will be a GSA meeting where the candidates can present their platforms and answer questions.

The election will be held on April 21st.
Stay tuned for more information!

Please direct all questions and platforms to utd.gsa@gmail.com.

Thank you all for a wonderful year!
Elizabeth Ranieri
GSA President

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