The Executive Branch is comprised of various positions appointed by the Student Body President and Vice President. They serve in directed liaison roles to serve the Mason community through various projects, events and initiatives. If you’re interested in serving on the Executive Branch of Student Government for the 2016-2017 academic year, visit http://sg.gmu.edu/get-involved/ and apply now!
On April 18th, the Elections and Disputes Commission announced the winners of the Student Government Spring 2016 Election. The following individuals have been elected to serve in term for the 2015-2016 academic year. Below are a list of the announced winners, as well as the official report released by the EDC. Additionally, the report will be made available in the Office of Student Involvement (on the following Advisors’ doors: Sara Heming, Phil Mcdaniel, and Jennifer Khoo) until Friday, April 29th, 2016. For more information, please email SGEDC@gmu.edu. Congratulations to our newly elected leaders and thank you to all the Patriots who voted!
For interested freshmen and transfer students entering Mason in the Fall 2016 semester, there will be a fall election to fill the remaining 10 seats of the Student Senate reserved specifically for you. For more information on that timeline, keep checking this website sg.gmu.edu or email Advisor Sarah Heming at email@example.com.
EDC Official Election Report (please click):
- Certification of Results
- FINAL RESULTS
- SPRING 2016 Election Report
Student Body President & Vice President Elects:
- Nathaniel Pittman & Gabriela Peda
Student Senators-Elect (30):
- Nick Webb
- Greg Warren
- Ryan Powers
- Matthew Eiman
- Benjamin Olsen
- Hannah Carse
- Davide Genoese-Zerbi
- Cammie Wires
- Ja’Lisha Urquhart
- Jessica Green
- Danielle Gonyo
- Rebekah Pettine
- Nada Alabbar
- Keandra Diamond
- Nicholas Fisch
- Brendan Sullivan
- Caleb Kitchen
- Jalen Stubblefield
- Caitlin Lively
- Frederick Edwards
- Alicia Cedeño
- Jacob Koltisko
- Cody Pasielski
- Grant Pitarys
- John Helbling
- Meeghan Schrecongost
- James Anderson
- Kristian Scott
- Ahmed Mohammed
- William Acevedo
Hey Patriots! Here’s a sneak peek of what we’ve been working on for you. As always, feel free to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to stay in the loop! @MasonStudentGov.
Spring Election Voting – April 11-15
It’s Election Season! Be sure to vote for your next Student Body President & Vice President, as well as 30 Student Senators, next week from Monday, April 11th to Friday, April 15th. Vote online at getconnected.gmu.edu. To hear more about the candidates’ platforms, come to the Spring Election Debate on Thursday, April 7th in the JC Atrium at 7 pm. Happy voting!
What Do YOU Want Wednesday
The purpose of What Do YOU Want Wednesday is to allow Mason students and Student Government to interact and facilitate conversations regarding desired changes or questions about campus issues to improve the Mason experience. The theme for this month’s event was Student Safety and we were able to speak with students about the pepper spray policy on campus. Volunteers shared information about the current policy and gathered feedback from over 100 students. This feedback will be shared with the Student Conduct office as well as Housing and Residence Life.
Recent Legislation: Resolutions 26 and 28, and Bill 24
At this week’s Senate meeting we’ll discuss Resolution #26: A Resolution to Establish a Steering Committee and Cultivate a Fair Trade Environment On Campus, Resolution #28: A Resolution to Support Additional Tailgates for Home Basketball Games, and Bill #24: A Bill to Allocate Funds for Spring DeStress Fest 2016. To read more about these resolutions and bills, check out our legislation log, here: http://sg.gmu.edu/legislation-log-3/
-Priya Sorot for Elections & Disputes Commissioner
-Alex Totah for Undersecretary of Housing Services and Residence Life
Weekly Senate Meeting – April 7th
Our weekly Student Senate Meetings are always open to the public! This week, the Senate will be discussing legislation supporting events and initiatives for the Mason community. Join us on Thursday, April 7th at 4:30 pm in Merten Hall Room 1201 to learn more about what the Student Senate has been working on.
Spring Election Results Announced – April 18th at 12 pm
Lunch with President Cabrera – April 25th – Click here to sign up! http://bit.ly/1qh2awj
City Council Dinner – April 12th
We hope you enjoy the rest of your week!
Do you have any questions or want to chat with our University President Dr. Cabrera? Dr. Cabrera will be having lunch in the JC Atrium on April 25th from 12-1:30pm. Feel free to register here, bring your lunch, and get to know our University President. We will be meeting at the tables in between Panera and the microwaves. Look for the green balloons!
Sign Up Here: Student Lunch with President Cabrera
Are you interested in hearing what the President and Vice President Candidates have to say about why they should be elected to represent the George Mason Student Body? If so, come out to the JC Atrium on Thursday, April 7th at 7pm!