Convocation given by Senator Crosland.
Roll taken by Secretary Cobb.
Senators Altschuler, McDowell, Daniels, Keating, Hines, Richard, Reid, and McCormick found absent.
- Emma Hume and Trevor Newton
- RS: What does the replacement cost?
- EH: EMS will take over fundraising. The replacement cost is very affordable.
- IK: Will it also be included in the football fields and baseball fields?
- TN: They don’t quite need it like we need it.
- LD: What does the number 68 come from?
- TN: We counted installation costs.
- MH: Do you know how significant the discount is?
- EH: The discount is built in. The discount is thousands of dollars.
- JH: Have you reached out to premed organizations?
- EH: We haven’t. We have been focusing on administration first.
- MR: Do you know where the kits will be?
- EH: Anywhere you will have the highest traffic at first.
- Karl Bossard and Chase McCathern
- MR: Have you considered bricking the pathway?
- CM: Maybe in the future we can look into that.
- BB: If you had to choose a project to fund, which would you pick?
- MC: The plaque itself.
- Landon Miller and August Kibler
- IK: Are they road or mountain bike?
- LD: Road bike
- IK: Will these bikes be able to go off campus?
- LD: The intent is to keep it on campus.
- BB: How do we have rights to these stations?
- DH: We are looking to grow these nationally.
- Dillon Holzheimer and Greg Freeman
- IK: Are there any other funds?
- PB: No. There are smaller funds, but none this large.
- MM: If we were to fund one of the other which would you chose?
- GF: The Marimba because it is stationary.
- MM: If we partially fund the Marimba what will you do?
- DH: We have the Mode Marimba option.
- MM: Cheap Marimba or nothing?
- PB: Cheap Marimba
- MH: Is the shipping cost included?
- PB: It would go down 400-500 dollars.
- KS: How long would these instruments last?
- GF: They could last as long as we need them.
- BS: If we were fund the mode marimba would you come back for the rose wood Marimba?
- GF: It would be sufficient, but the quality would not be.
- BB: What led to asking for these two instruments?
- DH: These are the most expensive. There is very little budget for these types of purchases.
- MM: Motion to extend the Q&A period to two minutes?
- LW: Is the recognized student organization?
- PB: No.
- LW: Would these instruments be open to all students?
- PB: Students taking lessons, in the program, and Tri County.
- LW: Would it be through classes?
- PB: Yes.
Developmental Soccer Program
- Jonathan Hooper
- MM: What does the sustainability of this project?
- JH: The Grad Assistant will take over this.
- IK: Could you get tax-free products?
- JH: We need apply to make this happen. As of right now we need to budget set. Its something we can look at.
- JS: Do all the teams here have these types of clothing?
- JH: They have nicer versions.
- MM: Motion to exhaust the speaker’s list.
Academic Affairs: Leland Dunwoodie
- New Senators: Andrew, Olivia, Rachel, Ashley, Thomas, Jonathan, and Christian
- Madeline and Rachel
- Major/Minor Fair | Feb 13 | Hendrix | 12-2
- Your Voice.
- International Student Event
- Interview Absence Policy
- Open Access Resources
- NIMS w/ Perry
- Pre-med packet
- Sergey Mityakov | International Econ
- Tuesday | 12:30pm | Cooper Lobby
- Ideas for AA
- Ideas Form
- Contact Info
- Leland Dunwoodie | 269-759-4768 | email@example.com
Athletics: Trevor Newton
- Ticketing Updates
- Good meeting with Joey and committee members to start the formal writing process
- Jordan and I looking into ADA compliance issues in the stadium this Friday
- Campus Recreation Updates
- Fike agreed to be guinea pig for trauma kits
- Clemson Marketing Committee
- Calm before the Roar
- March 1st vs. NC STATE, 8:00 P.M.
- Going to be a white out with free t shirts for all students
- Had a good meeting with Mike Money to discuss logistics
- Let me know if anyone would like to help table and market for this event
- BASKETBALL UPDATES
- Two heartbreakers versus Duke and Syracuse
- FOOTBALL UPDATES
- 2016 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (This will stay here every week)
- Contact Info: Phone: (864)-508-6334
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Campus Life: Robert Lee Storey
- Advertising Hard Core Hacks on Tiger Flix now.
- We have begun reaching out to various student organizations to gauge interest in participating in multicultural dining days
- Connecting CU SAGA and Clemson Home to discuss roommate selection process
- Input for Campus Life? Mention it here! http://goo.gl/forms/9iOUDqvkVn
Finance and Procedures: Lindsey Wright
- One piece of legislation:
- Non Operational Funding
- Miller, Rachel, and B sitting Elections Committee as liaisons from F&P
- If you have any elections related questions, please contact me first and then Emma. Her email is email@example.com
- NO MORE REGULAR FUNDING BOARD HEARINGS UNTIL MARCH
- Spring budget hearings: February 23, 24, 27, and 28th
- Meeting with AJ, Nathan, + Christian
- Meeting with Kolstad + Bryce to solidify budget for next year → SEND REQUESTS ASAP
- John met with Peake this week and is moving forward with marketing portion of the mentor program for POSC listserv
- Christian moving forward with meetings regarding digitizing the funding process
- As always, hmu if you have any questions or just wanna chat (864) 421-5006 @lindseywrong
Health and Human Services: Jess Schnorr
- Resolution supporting Peer Mental Health Support Group - proposal is currently being written for funding - so real.
- Ability to schedule appointments online is coming soon to Redfern. Professional group is working with decision trees
- Walk through of Honors College with Crystal on Thursday. Mirror program for Collegiate Recovery Community
- Jacob met with Mandy Hayes and Kelly Barry about discrimination within student organizations
- Lauren and Madison are working on a minority retention program (#YGGs)
- WE HAVE CUSG ALLY TRAINING (March 5th 2-6 PM)
- Be your own valentine. It’s not a social construct. hmu: 843.619.1555 // firstname.lastname@example.org // @yayyjesss // snapchat me: yayyjesss // be my guardian in Clem
Transportation and Facilities: Jacob McMeekin
- Major Projects for the Semester:
- Bike Share Implementation
- Capital Improvement Tonight
- LEV Commuter Permits
- Discussions with Dan on specifics
- Resolution at end of February (Mando)
- Potential Green Crescent Trail Resolution with CCD
- Game Day Transit Options
- Emailed Corky today to set up meeting
- Continued Red Route Discussions
- Meeting set for March 9th
- Parking and Transportation:
- Bike Share:
- Should have finalized pricing soon
- Helmets will be provided upon signing up but are not required
- Looking at other incentives
- Membership card will work in Greenville as well, but will not have first two hours free
- Soft launch last week of March/first week of April
- Park and Ride:
- Both R-06 and parking at the Snow Facility will be a park and ride option for students next year. $24 for the year.
- Bus schedules for lots have not been finalized yet
- Questions from last week:
- Safe Rides was running on the wrong schedule. Issue should be resolved (Thank you Catherine and Jess): http://www.clemson.edu/campus-life/parking/transit/safe-rides.html
- R-06 route does not run on Fridays- demand is not there.
- According to Dan there should be other parking spots available on campus
- Long-Range framework plan Mobility Meeting on Thursday:
- Join me for Coffee and Conversation every Thursday at 8:30 in All In: (803)-622-8328 // email@example.com // Twitter and Insta: @jcmcmeek // Snapchat: jcmmeek
University Services: Dory Askins
- Major minors fair – Feb 15th
- Food summit will be this semester
- “Study Hours in the Valley” meeting coming up
- NROTC meeting February 9th with Chief Max Allen
- If you want to be an ambassador for NIMS, let Perry know
- Also, for student communication, if you have any ideas, let me know
Clerk: Steven Patrick
- If anybody is interested in running for the position of Clerk, I’d love to discuss!
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 704-369-1752
Secretary: Regan Cobb
- After the Gavel
- Meet the Senators
- Capital Improvement-Thank you!
- Run for Secretary--- It’s so fun!!!
Pro Temp: Samuel Reinert
- Last week to buy formal tickets
- Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s from 1-5 in the offices
- Cash, check, or tilt
- Tickets cannot be purchased after Thursday, February 16th
- Senate Cookout March 4th
Student Body VP: Nicki Seidman
- Recyclemania Basketball Game tomorrow night
- Spring Scene
- International Student Programming with Benardo Dargon
- State of the University Address/CUSG-Wide Meeting will most likely be in mid-March
- CUSG Banquet March 29th
President: David Gundana
- Capital Improvement tonight! If you have questions ask your chairs (Keep chatter to a minimum)
- Appointing new senators
- Nominations/elections rule
To Amend The Student Handbook
MM: Motion to call bill to question
To Approve Senate Appointments
Author: David Gundana
LD: Suspend the rules and suspend into 2nd read
BB: Motion to call bill to question.
Authors: Molly Makos and Rachel Reinker
PB: Can you clarify Campus Outreach?
RR: This was a reimbursement.
MG: What is the money going to for Formula SAE?
MM: This is for travel.
CH: Motion to send bill back to F&P.
To Express Support for a Peer Mental Health Support Program
Authors: Anna Albert and Jess Schnorr
EH: Will Hippa be apart of the training?
CP: Can you speak about Active Minds?
AA: Active Minds are constantly doing mental health awareness events. We can reach out to them for possible funding.
GN: What kind of access would these students have?
AA: Peer support groups will be an open access program with no paperwork.
GN: Will there be training?
AA: Yes. We want to bring in a CI program.
PB: Do you have any plans for liability?
AA: The difference between this and CAPS is you put your health in their hands. We would send them over to Redfern if this wasn’t a program for them.
BB: Would you speak to the solution of stigma?
AA: We want to show them that more people are dealing with this than they think?
BB: Can you speak to the demand?
AA: We will start with a small pilot program with 3-4 peer mentors. And then from on we want to expand and diversify.
BB: What would be the requirements?
AA: We want to expand it to anyone that can be an advocate for students.
SS: Move to send resolution back to HHS.
Capital Improvement Funds
Author: Regan Cobb
LD: Move to make a hostile movement.
MM: Move into 2nd read.
NS: Motion to call amendment to question.
JL: Move to make a hostile amendment.
SS: Move to make a hostile amendment.
MM: Move to call this amendment to question.
JH: Motion to call bill to question.
Roll taken by Secretary Cobb.
Senators McDowell, Daniels, Kazmier, Keating, Hines, Richard, McCormick, and DuBro found absent.