What exactly is Cabinet? One of the three branches of Student Association on campus, Cabinet’s function is to serve students through programming and operational support. Cabinet is split into departments headed by an executive director and staffed by a team of associate directors. It meets every Tuesday at 5 p.m. Below is a look at our 2018 – 2019 departments and their purposes. Applications for associate directors are now open at orgs.utulsa.edu/sa/apply through Friday, August 31 at 5 p.m. Contact Director of Communications Kyra Manlove at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
To connect students to SA, other organizations and each other through simple digital communication. To communicate Student Association initiatives and events to the students. To review, advise on and carry out all election procedures for Student Association, making sure elections are efficient and fair and that students are informed and confident on voting matters. To help student organizations brainstorm, plan and execute event partnerships
with SA so our student organizations’ big dreams become reality. To increase transparency and communication between SA and students about our internal process and upcoming changes. To partner with alumni and faculty to provide opportunities to connect with students and open a direct line of communication. To increase awareness for issues that pertain to college students both nationally and here at TU by creating positive programming that highlights aspects of campus which may be overlooked and addresses pressing issues faced by students. To support international organizations across campus by representing what TU’s international community needs and providing a safe space for it to thrive. To encourage, welcome and celebrate an inclusive environment for those of multiple backgrounds and differences. To foster TU’s engagement in the surrounding Tulsa community by encouraging students to lead through service. To use creative methods to positively improve the TU student experience by introducing modern innovation into higher education, defining what it means to apply design thinking in aspects of collegiate life and creating a network of open collaboration between each unique area of study. To raise student attendance at games and facilitate opportunities to make athletes to feel an integrated part of student affairs. To keep treasured traditions alive while also advancing our programs to appeal to the current students.
Megan Skocdopole, ED of Festivals [/caption] To provide the opportunity for social engagement and cultural growth for the TU community.
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