The Graduate Student Association in Education at the Gevirtz School names its elected officials for 2014-15

Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Elizabeth Mainz

Elizabeth Mainz, new GSAE president

The Graduate Students Association in Education (GSAE) – the official students’ association that exists to promote and represent the interests of students in the Gevirtz School’s Department of Education to the UC Santa Barbara campus community on administrative, academic, and student affairs – has announced its elected officials for 2014-15.

Liz Mainz - President
Tiange Wang – Vice President, Budget & Records
Lois Harmon - Vice President, Communications
Ti Wu - Vice President, Internal Relations
Hala Sun - Vice President, External Relations

As a body of student representatives, the GSAE consists of elected officers as well as the general student population. Decisions are made by consensus, with all members having a voice in decision-making. The purpose of the association is to promote student participation in a manner that is rewarding, challenging, and supportive. Some of the responsibilities of GSAE are to provide mentorship and relay campus information to new and continuing students. The Council also organizes and participates in numerous events including the Fall Orientation and Spring Graduation Reception, as well as colloquia on topics of interest to graduate students throughout the year.

[The newly elected GSAE officers are available for interviews; contact George Yatchisin at 805 893 5789]