ASCSU May 2020 Plenary Report

The ASCSU May plenary convened virtually, May 6-8. The CSUMB delegation welcomed Ryne Leuzinger as the newly elected ASCSU senator and heaped praises on Scott Waltz who served as ASCSU senator, 2017-2020.

Resolution Commending Students, Faculty, Staff, and Administrators of the CSU

The ASCSU passed AS3424-20/Ex Commending Students, Faculty, Staff, and Administrators of the California State University (CSU) System during the COVID-19 Global Pandemic of 2020. This resolution acknowledges and expresses appreciation for the cooperation and resilience demonstrated by the members of the CSU family in the face of COVID-19 pandemic. Congratulations to All! We are CSU Strong!

Resolutions

The ASCSU passed the following resolutions.

  •  Opposition to Proposed Changes to Title IX responds to the relaxing of required standards of evidence, etc. in the handling of cases of sexual misconduct which were implemented by the Department of Education this week.

ASCSU Executive Committee

The ASCSU elected the following members of the 2020-21Executive Committee:

  • Chair:  Rob Collins (SF State)
  • Vice Chair: Darlene Yee-Melichar (SF State)
  • Secretary: Beth Steffel (CSUSB)
  • Member-at-Large: David Speak (Cal Poly Pomona)
  • Member-at-Large: Nola Butler-Byrd (SDSU)

This report was adopted from the more detailed report, which can be found at: Campus Report May 20.

If you have questions, require more detailed information, or would like to discuss an issue with your statewide senator(s), please reach either of us at your convenience.

Respectfully submitted,

Ryne Leuzinger & Vanessa Lopez-Littleton

 

 

 

 

Author: Stirring up Trouble by DrVLoLil

I am an educator seeking to share my perspectives on issues affecting Black people in the U.S. These issues are important to me, not simply because I am a Black woman, but because I deem Black people to be one of the most vulnerable populations in the U.S. and if keeping disparities in the mouths of many yields any reduction, I am delighted to stir up a little bit of trouble.