CNAS Leadership Council
Annual Undergraduate Research Journal
-University Honors Program
-UCR Womens' Softball
-Chairman Afrikan Unity Day Coalition
-Networking Co-chair African Americans United in Science
-Career Center Student Advisory Board
-National Science Foundation REU Fellow
-American Society for Microbiology Travel Grant Awardee
Hey guys my name is Sarina Bahl. Yeah, Bahl as in "ball" as in "baller." Holler. As a second year representing CNAS, one of my main goals as senator would be to have many of the pre- requisite courses within our major offered more often throughout the entire school year.
Hello, my name is Justin Britton; I've been involved with the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, Student Run Health Clinic, as well as being a current CNAS Senator. I've seen problems, as the rest of the student body has, and I would like to continue representing the student voice on these issues.
Hello, my name is Samuel Chan and I am a UCR Freshman. My goal is to take your ideals of the perfect year and make it the most unforgettable experience. Just remember this: "Sam Chan the guy who will 'do what he can to make my dream a reality' man!"
I'm a third year Mathematics major. I'm interested in participating in ASUCR because I would like to encourage more students to participate in the sciences. Also, I would like to help the continuing growth of the sciences by bringing more awareness.
"We are a part of a community that can make changes in how things are done at UCR. If you want someone who cares and listens to new ideas, vote for Thien Do on Election Day. I will make sure that your voice is heard."
My name is Maya Henderson. I'm running for a senate seat to be more involved in effecting changes on campus that students desire. My goal is to work towards improving outreach amongst our neighboring communities as well as improving the visibility and accessibility of ASUCR to the general student population.
You know that good-looking, 4.0 honors student whose highly involved in campus life at UCR? Well thats not me but vote for me anyways. I want to reduce student apathy by really listening to students and not being fake about it. I want to make sure your voice is heard.
My utmost goal is to address the diverse needs of every student at UCR. My activity in various organizations addresses these needs: Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Golden ARCHES, Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, University Honors Program, and the UCR Housing Department. I will bring improvement, dedication, and inspiration to ASUCR.
I am a fourth year biology/biochemistry student. A member of Kappa Alpha Order, and flying sams. A volunteer of LLUMC for four years. The unsatisified demands of our student body neccessitate my involvement. I'll work towards expanding our parking structures, library hours, and student organizations."
Are you paying too many fees for school? Is the parking lot a problem? Is your voice not being heard? That is why I am here! To help each and everyone become more connected with the university so that all of us work to improve it and make it the best. Viva UCR!!
Construction sites blowing dust in your eyes? How is Disneyland Lot 30? Bus transportation leaving too early? Liking the unhealthy foods at the Commons? I will make your opinions heard no matter what color, size, or the number of legs you have. I will fight for all, including animals and insects.
Hello, my name is Crystle Palafox and I am:
- A 3rd year biology major
- Katipunan's current Historian
- GabNet organizing committee member
- Senryu Taiko Drum Team member
- Here to represent the students of color, the women, and the LGBTI community.
- Here for YOU.
Vote for me for CNAS senator!
I am looking forward to running in this election and if voted as CNAS senator, I would be sure to vote in the best interest of this college. I will try my hardest to make changes that will satisfy the needs of the students and improve the UCR campus.
Co-President: African Americans United in Science My campaign targets the issue of inclusion vs. isolation -Quarterly roundtable discussions involving all ethnicities to understand student concerns -Facilitate dialogue between Greek organizations to dispel myths/prejudices -Increase nutritional awareness to ensure mental/physical health -Better accessibility for disabled students around campus