Jen Church will be stepping down as Student Government Communications Chair. Are you interested in applying? Email the Grand Marshall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- social media posts
- management of the Student Government website (WordPress)
- postering on campus
- other events to reach out to students
- StuGov branding
If you are interested in applying for this position, please fill out this form
by November 13th.
The Student Senate is gathering feedback on the Summer Arch. We need as much help as we can get, and your perspective is important. Email email@example.com to send your priority concerns, or talk to a Senator (or the Grand Marshal) in person. The GM office is in the Student Union's Student Government Suite, and he's there frequently throughout the week.
Here's the link
to the handbook for the Class of 2019 Freshman Elections.
Here is the agenda
for tonight's GBM. Feel free to stop by the Shellnut at 7pm.
RnE Job Descriptions
To Apply: Email firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate your interest and schedule an interview
Seats Available: Independent Member (anyone not a member of an organization affiliated with IFC or Panhel), and Member at Large (no restrictions)
Selection Process: The independent member and Member at Large are appointed by the chair and confirmed by a vote of the rest of the committee
Time: The term for this position is from now until completion of GM Week 2016 elections.
Deadline: Seats will be filled on a rolling basis as applicants come in
-Must be a member of the Union
-Does not have a strong interest in affiliating themselves with candidates during elections. Members of the committee are expected
If you have interest in website or app development, creating cool projects, or benefitting fellow RPI students with technological solutions, you may be interested in joining WebTech!
WebTech is a student-run group within the RPI Student Senate that focuses on creating applications and other technological solutions that are aimed at improving other students’ experiences at RPI.
In contrast to previous years, participation in WebTech will resemble a hackathon-like feel. Instead of weekly meetings, WebTech will hold meet-ups twice per month, which will be scheduled times where anyone interested in working with WebTech projects can come and work on the projects.
If you’re interested in joining WebTech this semester, an informational meeting is scheduled for Thursday, September 10,
The Senate will hold its first meeting of the fall semester tomorrow, 9/1 at 7pm in RU 3202. See the agenda
for more information.
This week the Senate will be viewing three petitions.
The Senate will also vote on the following appointments:
The following motions will be reviewed by the Senate:
Please join us for the meeting in RU 3602 starting at 8 pm. For those wishing to view the E-board appointments, they will be heard following the E-board meeting (also at 8pm). The full agenda
is available on flagship docs.