ASSOCIATED STUDENTS INC. & UNIVERSITY STUDENT UNION

ASI Board of Directors

Current Board Members (2013-2014)

President: Mariam Salameh

Email:
aspresident@csustan.edu

Class Level: Graduate School
 
Degree and Major: Master of Public Administration
 
Hometown: Modesto, CA
 
What advice would you give to another CSUS student?
I would advise students to NOT procrastinate and keep up with their studies. Another advice would be to GET INVOLVED and become informed students of what goes on around campus.

Vice President: Marvin Hooker

Email:
asvicepresident@csustan.edu

Class Level: Senior

Degree and Major: Business Administration Major with a Double Concentration in Marketing and International Business Management

Hometown: Naples, Italy

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?
I know everyone says it, but the best thing you could do for yourself is to get involved in any way you can on this campus. It is a great way to network and meet new people. It will help you build the skills you need to become a leader and meet great mentors that we have on campus.

Arts: Vacant

Email:
asibodarts@csustan.edu


Athletics: Nicole Larson

Email: asibodathletics@csustan.edu

Position: Director of Athletics

Class Level: Freshmen

Degree and Major: Criminal Justice

Hometown: Turlock, CA

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?
There are opportunities everywhere, you just have to find them and not be afraid to take them.


At Large: Caleb Wittstruck

Email: asibodatlarge@csustan.edu

Position: Director at large

Class Level: Junior

Degree and Major: Criminal justice

Hometown: Turlock

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?
Don’t let situations intimidate you. Fear is the only obstacle keeping you from succeeding.

Business: Jasmine Page

Email:
asibodbusiness@csustan.edu

Class Level: Senior

Degree and Major: Finance and Organizational Communications

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?

When you start college you get a fresh new start! My advice would be for you to indulge in the activities and opportunities that will help you to truly discover who you want to be, that will help you build up your resume, or that can only be done during this time period in your life. College is an experience that never be replicated, so make it work the best for you while you have the chance!


Student Organizations: Joshua Palmer

Email: asibodstudentorgs@csustan.edu

Class Level: Senior

Degree and Major: Psychology

Hometown: Hilmar, CA

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?

Get involved on campus, you want to get the most out of your college career. Joining a club and/or organization will give you the skills and experiences that will make your college career memorable.

Dean of Students: Ron Noble

Email:
rnoble@csustan.edu

Class Level: Dean of Students

Degree and Major: Psychology. Graduate degree in Social Work.

Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?
Go to class! Enjoy your time as a college student and find a way to get involved.

Diversity: Gabriela Vivanco

Email:
asiboddiversity@csustan.edu

Class Level: Senior

Degree and Major: Biological Sciences

Hometown: Hilmar, CA

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?

Get involved!! Discover something that appeals to you whether it is a club, Greek life, student government or intramural sports. Enjoy your time as a Warrior and take full advantage of all the opportunities our campus has to offer.

Education: Marilu Bonilla

Email: asibodeducation@csustan.edu

Class Level: Senior

Degree and Major: Liberal Studies

Hometown: Hollister, CA

What advice would you give to another CSUS student? Get involved! Seek help, know your resources, and make the best out of your college experience. Create long-lasting memories and friendships.

Environment: Venus Lopez

Email: asibodenvironment@csustan.edu

Class Level: Junior

Degree and Major: Business Administration, Double Concentration in Management and Computer Information Systems.

Hometown: Ceres, CA

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?
As a CSU Stanislaus Warrior, enjoy our beautiful campus. Meet new people and create everlasting memories.

Faculty Member: Ann Strahm

Email: astrahm@csustan.edu

Class Level: Associate Professor

Degree and Major: Ph.D. in Sociology

Hometown: Ontario, Oregon

What advice would you give to a CSUS student?
Always remember that you are worthy of the best things in life. You deserve a top-notch education (which you are getting here at CSU, Stanislaus), you deserve to have your voice heard (don’t ever believe anyone who tells you otherwise), you deserve to live a life that is filled with dignity, meaning, joy, respect, and love. But you must also remember that no one is ever going to give you those things. You must assert yourself to achieve. This means you must work hard at your studies; this means you must give of yourself to others; this means you must be open to questioning your own worldview, values, and beliefs; this means you must question everything, believe no one, learn all sides (not just both sides) of the proverbial story, and ruthlessly critique it all. Karl Marx, in an 1843 letter to his friend Arnold Ruge, wrote, “I am referring to ruthless criticism of all that exists, ruthless both in the sense of not being afraid of the results it arrives at and in the sense of being just as little afraid of conflict with the powers that be.” Accept only those truths that can be defended with evidence, embrace doubt, demand reason, and be an active citizen in your community and your life. Remember you are worth everything.

Graduates: VACANT

Human & Health Sciences: Vacant

Email:
asibodhhs@csustan.edu

Humanities & Social Sciences: Cheree Wisniewski

Email:
asibodhss@csustan.edu

Class Level: Junior

Degree and Major: Political Science

Hometown: Escalon, CA

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?

Don't give up!

Natural Sciences: Julianna Avalos-Garcia

Email:
asibodnatsciences@csustan.edu

Class Level: Junior

Degree and Major: BS in Biological Sciences

Hometown: Ripon, CA

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?
As cliché as this may sound, we only have one life to live so never settle for mediocre.  And never forget that a mistake is only an opportunity to learn and grow. (:


Residential Life: Anna Jo Talbot

Email:
asibodreslife@csustan.edu

Class Level: Junior

Degree and Major: Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Hometown: Palmdale, CA

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?
College is what you make of it.  Don’t be afraid to put yourself out there and meet new people.  Never stop asking what more you can give.



Stockton Director: Vacant

Email:
asibodstockton@csustan.edu

ASI Corporate Staff

Budget Assistant: Taylor Hendrix

Email:
asibudgetassistant@csustan.edu

Class Level: Senior

Degree and Major: Business Administration: Accounting

Hometown: Oakdale, CA

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?
Nothing is impossible. With hard work and determination, CSU Stanislaus can help make your dreams become a reality.


Governmental Affairs Admin: Amber Deming

Email:
asigovaffairs@csustan.edu

Class Level: Junior
Degree and Major: B.A. Economics
Hometown: San Jose, CA

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?
CSU Stanislaus has so many resources and opportunities for students. Take advantage of them! Our school doesn't get enough credit for how great it really is. Enjoy your time here and keep a positive attitude about everything. Give it your 100% and pursue what you are passionate about.

Executive Assistant: Maggie Ruiz

Email:
asiexecassist@csustan.edu

Class Level: Senior

Degree and Major: Spanish, B.A.

Hometown: Turlock, CA

What advice would you give to another CSUS student?
Always remember who you are and what you stand for.


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