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2012-2013 Student Elections Results to the Senate

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To the Senate - Sixteen (16) Students
(including at least one student from each faculty and three from the Faculty of Graduate Studies)

The call for nominations to fill vacancies for student representatives to Senate closed on February 5, 2013. Sixteen nominations were received for the Senate. Elections were held March 6 - 8, 2013 with the results listed below.


For the Senate, only one nomination was received from each of the Faculties of Human and Social Development and Law.  One nomination was received from the Faculty of Graduate Studies. The following candidates from these faculties were acclaimed:

Peter Bell

Emily Rogers

Yianni Pappas-Acreman

No nominations were received for students from the Faculties of Education, Engineering and Fine Arts.  There are two vacant positions in the Faculty of Graduate Studies.  Representatives from these faculties will be sought through by-election later in the year.

The remaining student positions on Senate were filled through an election held March 6 - 8, 2013.  The following candidates were elected to the Senate:

Rachel Barr

Nadia Hamdon

Matthew Hammer

Bowen Macy

Kelsey Mech

Ariel Mishkin

Lucia Orser

    Nick Tang      

Candidates - Senate

Name

Faculty

Status

Rachel Barr
Humanities

Elected

Peter Bell

Graduate Studies Acclaimed
Nadia Hamdon
Social Sciences

Elected

Matthew Hammer
Humanities

Elected

Bowen Macy
Social Sciences

Elected

Kelsey Mech
Science

Elected

Ariel Mishkin
Business

Elected

Miriam Moore
Social Sciences

 

Lucia Orser
Humanities

Elected

Yianni Pappas-Acreman

Law Acclaimed

Emily Rogers

Human and Social Development Acclaimed
Simarjit Singh
Business

 

Nick Tang
Science

 Elected

Taylor Verrall
Social Sciences

 

Kieran Wilson
Social Sciences
Yang You
Business

 

  


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