EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 2022 – 2023

President: Steve Scheck (Natural Sciences and Mathematics)

Vice President: Earlene Camarillo (Social Science)

Secretary: Stewart Baker (Library)

At large member: Chloe Hughes (Education and Leadership)

At large member: Mike Baltzley (Natural Sciences and Mathematics)

At large member: Kara Gournaris (Deaf Studies and Professional Studies)

At large member: Pete Hoffecker Mejia (Creative Arts)

Past President: Elisa Maroney (Deaf Studies & Professional Studies)

   IFS Senator: Cheryl Beaver (Mathematics)

IFS Senator: Emily Plec (Humanities)

Curriculum System Manager/Programmer: Camila Gabaldon (Library)

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SENATORS 2021 – 2022

Behavioral Science: Alicia Ibaraki, Margaret Manoogian

Business & Economics: Rajeeb Poudel, Keven Malkewitz

Computer Science: Lucas Cordova

Creative Arts: Tim Cowart, Pete Hoffecker, Scott Grim

Criminal Justice: Omar Melchor Ayala

Deaf Studies and Professional Studies: Chien-Chun Lin

Education and Leadership: Alicia Wenzel, Rachel Harrington, Maria Dantas Whitney

Health & Exercise Science: Emily Vala-Haynes, Jeff Armstrong

Humanities: Lars Soderlund, Ryan Topper, Alex Curry

Library: Stewart Baker

Natural Science & Mathematics: Feier Hou, Ben Cote, Sarah Boomer, Steve Scheck

Social Science: Earlene Camarillo, Mark Henkels

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NUMBER OF SENATORS BY DIVISION

Division

Senators

(2022-2023)

Senators

(2021-2022)

Senators

(2020-2021)

Senators

(2019-2020)

Behavioral Science

2

2

2

2

Business & Economics

1

2

2

2

Computer Science

1

1

1

1

Creative Arts

3

3

3

3

Criminal Justice

1

1

2

1

Deaf Studies and Professional Studies

1

1

2

2

Education and Leadership

3

3

3

4

Health and Exercise Science

2

2

2

2

Humanities

3

3

4

4

Library

1

1

1

1

Natural Science and Mathematics

4

4

4

4

Social Science

2

2

3

3

 

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