After a dizzying series of events, Christine Savino has officially been named the next undergraduate trustee to the University of Connecticut Board of Trustees, and she happens to be the first woman to hold the position in its history.
The candidate with the most votes in the race for the University of Connecticut’s undergraduate student trustee has been disqualified for submitting an inaccurate campaign financial statement, according to an email from the Student Trustee Election Committee
USG Speaker George P. Wang is running for undergraduate representative on the University of Connecticut Board of Trustees. As a leader and three-year member of USG, Wang said he’s an experienced candidate with expansive knowledge of how UConn operates.
Former USG Sen. Christine Savino is running for undergraduate representative on the University of Connecticut Board of Trustees. Savino described herself as a broadly connected and active student with experience around trustee meetings.
Nendal is currently the president for Hilltop Halls and represents the community in the Undergraduate Student Senate. He is treasurer of the Friends of the Homer Babbidge Library group and represents the undergraduate student body on the funding board.
Sodani is a member of the executive board for USG, and serves as the director of public relations. On the financial side, Sodani is involved with the funding board of USG. She serves as a co-Chief Financial Officer to a Tier II organization.
If elected president, Stern wants to improve university relations with Mansfield and hold the administration accountable, something he said can be done if better lines of communication are established.