Stephanie King
Ph.D. Candidate in Biomedical Sciences
evp.gsa@ucr.edu
Office hours: Wed 4 pm – 5 pm, or by appointment
Location: GSA Office HUB 203A

 

Current Officer Report

Responsibilities

  • Conduct meetings of the Council in the absence of the President
  • Publicize initiatives/referenda, and recalls, initiated according to Article V of this Constitution with the assistance of the Elections Committee
  • Publicize, with the assistance of the Elections Committee, the forthcoming election for officers at least six weeks in advance of the election unless s/he is a candidate, in which case this duty shall become the responsibility of the highest ranking officer (as determined by the order listed herein) not seeking election; should every officer be seeking election, this duty shall be delegated to persons deemed capable by the GSC
  • Hold regular officer hours on campus as stipulated in the Bylaws
  • Act, in the temporary absence or incapacity of the President in the capacity of President of the GSAUCR and Chair of the Council, with such action to be limited to the period until the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Council, unless the Council shall authorize the Executive Vice President to continue in that capacity
  • Act as GSAUCR’s official representative to the University of California Student Association (UCSA), or its equivalent should one exist, but not to be confused with the University of California Student Lobby, attend all UCSA meetings; and prepare a monthly report for distribution in the GSAUCR Newsletter which summarizes the proceedings of the previous month’s UCSA meeting
  • Organize GSAUCR representation to UCSA sponsored conferences and meetings as deemed appropriate by the GSC; as well as coordinating such representation at conferences with the Associated Students of the University of California, Riverside (or whatever other organization operates as the official representative of the UCR’s undergraduate students)
  • Report to the GSC on any system-wide, state, or federal legislation that directly impacts the University of California and its graduate student population
  • Ensure the proper functioning of the GSA Conference Travel Grant Committee

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