The School of Continuing Education is holding an election of a student representative for the Columbia University Senate. The Senate is a University-wide legislature, representing faculty, students and other constituencies. It makes policy on a range of issues that affect the entire University, including educational programs and priorities, budgets, academic freedom and tenure, conduct of research, libraries, information technology, Columbia’s external relations, student sexual misconduct, rules governing political demonstrations, and the welfare of faculty, students, and research officers. Trustee concurrence is required for acts of the Senate.
Five SCE MS students are candidates for University Senate Student Representative. The candidates are, in alphabetical order:
Morgan Baum – MS in Fundraising and Nonprofit Management
Selim Lika – MS in Sustainability Management
Bruce Pasdar – MS in Technology Management
Christopher Rossi – MS in Construction Administration
Danielle Sack – MS in Sustainability Management
All students enrolled in a MS degree or non-degree program and all students enrolled in SCE during the semester in which an election is called are eligible to vote in the SCE student representative election.
Campaigning and Voting
Campaigning is now open for the student representative position. Voting is open and the deadline for voting is Friday, October 19, 2012 at noon.
To cast your vote, please follow this link: http://csce.us2.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0JwC141w4Sifbgh