Asoc senate hosts multi-school shared governance symposium – the occidental grade 9 electricity test and answers

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Members from the student governments of the University of Southern California (USC), Pitzer College and Occidental College met to discuss shared governance during an all-day symposium in the Varelas Lab Dec. 1. o goshi Associated Students of Occidental College (ASOC) Senate President Jacques Lesure led the symposium, along with Senate Chief of Staff Noah Schucking, Vice President of External Affairs Jordan Walker and Vice President of Internal Affairs Wafa Abedin.

Representatives of USC and Pitzer said that their strategic planning process has been implemented at an institutional level. electricity billy elliot broadway According to Michaela Murphy (junior) of USC, her university has a goal of completing a specific campus climate resolution by 2020; the resolution and the following policies have been varied in their success. Trenton Stone, director of the professional and academic fund at USC, said that some administrative plans too often treat money grants as end-all solutions.

“Basically, we occasionally get these resolutions approved and instead of them actually doing any work, we are just granted $50,000,” Stone said during the event. “The next course of action is different for all of us, and we hope that this is just the first symposium and that after this, we continue to foster a relationship where we are continuously learning from each other.”

“Sixty-eight percent of our operating revenue at this institutional level comes from tuition, and so we’re able to just wave that over the head of the administration, and they have to respond to that,” Lesure said. gas density at stp Clint Isom (junior) of Pitzer College, left, and Jordan Walker (sophomore), right, discuss shared governance at Occidental College in Los Angeles on Saturday, Dec. 1st, 2018. gas vs electric heat Nancy Zhou/The Occidental

“The document allows students to know what their representatives are up to, provides a forum for student leaders to build partnerships around projects, and gives members of ASOC an opportunity to better gauge the needs and wants of the student body,” Schucking said via email. “I believe a main takeaway from the symposium is that this document, and others like it, can be beneficial to all three of our respective institutions in the future.”

On Occidental’s campus, Emmons Wellness Center has also been adapting to a recent increase in student utilization of its resources; Emmons’ mental health services specifically have seen a 19 percent increase since 2008 in the number of students using counseling. gas pedal lyrics Last year, after students posted a petition on Change.org calling on the administration to review the health center’s services, Emmons and the Diversity and Equity Board (DEB) hosted two town halls, one to gather feedback about services and one to report back on changes Emmons made based on student concerns. After multiple staffing changes this year, some students continue to have concerns about the health center, including the lack of staff diversity, as DEB Student Life Liaison Venitia Boyce said to The Occidental in an Oct. 1 article. Walker said that Senate is not operating in an oversight role, but that a few Senators are serving on the Gender and Sexuality Equity Committee (GSEC) committee, which is a joint DEB and Senate committee formed this semester.

This article was revised to correct the spelling of Noah Schucking’s name at 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 5. This story was also revised at 4:34 p.m. on Dec. 11 to add quotes about mobilizing student participation and structural differences between participating schools, topics that were originally not mentioned; to revise a sentence about GSEC; and to add the details about February’s symposium event.