So, as for the issue concerning the Spanish Department, Charles Long, Forest Wortham, Dr. Pugh and myself were able to secure some new TA and SI positions for the Spanish Department. There will be at least two offered this coming Winter Term. My DSAB and I intend to establish a precedent to be able to have a more proactive recruitment system be employed by the Department of Modern Languages as a whole to be able to offer these important services to all language students of first and second year. We all believe that this will be an integral part of the success of WSU's Spanish program. Read more about CoLA Weekly Report
I am finally having a planning meeting with some faculty members on the Abilities Expo this week. I am going to start more actively planning and having a meeting with the Greater Dayton Independent Living to see what they have available to use at the Expo. I also plan to meet with my vendor to get interest in bringing high tech equipment to WSU to show off what is being developed. Read more about Director of Disability Affairs Report
I'm still working with the Dean's office to advertise the idea that undergrad students can get involved in cool engineering projects. New ideas that complement the original idea were also generated from my discussions with the college chairs. Read more about Week 7 Report
1. I have interviewed and selected an associate for the senate's approval. Katrina has some valuable Student Government experience and the drive to accomplish the goals I have set. Hopefully she will be confirmed this week for me to begin deligating projects to. Read more about Beautiful
First off I had a blast at the football game. Good game to everyone who played and thanks to Ryan for organizing the event.
Last week Galen and I sat in on an interesting meeting about choosing survey software for campus. We saw four presentations from different candidates and we will be narrowing it down soon.
I have been reviewing classes for a few of the committees I am on, in order to get them approved before we switch to semesters. A lot of progress has been made, but there is still a lot left to do. Read more about Reporting