A.P.E.X. Event Series Focus Day Event 2018: SUUSA Senators

Published: January 16, 2018 | Read Time: 1 minutes

suusa state of the university apex event series suuThe A.P.E.X. Event Series presents its first Focus Day Event of 2018, featuring the senators of Southern Utah University’s Student Association (SUUSA). The event will be an intimate roundtable discussion about the state of student government at SUU, the goals of the senators for the year, future goals, and measures they are taking to improve our university. This event will take place on Jan. 25th at 11:30 A.M. The event will be hosted in The Whiting Room on the 2nd floor of the Hunter Conference Center.

Please check www.suu.edu/apex for more details about this event. This event is free and open to the public.

SUUSA is comprised of students from all departments of the university. SUUSA is the organization that contributes to many of the non-academic elements of university student life. Each year SUU's student body elects which of their peers will represent their college and fight for items such as semester student fees, etc.

The discussion panel will include these senators:

  • Grace Schulz - Senator the College of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Vanessa Kirkby – Senator for the Lower Division
  • D'Mia Lamar – Vice President of Budget and Finance

This is the first time A.P.E.X Events has hosted this roundtable discussion, and we hope that is will be a beneficial event for students, faculty and community members to get more informed on the inner workings of our senators and the hard work they put in for our students!

“The mission of A.P.E.X. is to always inform its audience with new and different ideas. The senators of SUUSA are constantly working to improve the environment at SUU for its students with these types of ideas. We are proud to create a platform where these ideas can be expressed to the SUU student body!”

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