By DONOVAN HARRELL
The results for the Senate Council elections are in.
Each officer position ran uncontested this year, but there are a few changes to Senate leadership and Faculty Assembly.
Chris Bonneau will remain president, while David Salcido, a research assistant professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine, will become vice president. Gosia Fort, head of digital resources development at the Health Sciences Library System, will become secretary.
Senate officers serve a one year-term and can serve for three consecutive years. Faculty Assembly and committee seats have a three-year term. The Faculty Assembly positions are split between different schools. Full-time faculty are eligible to vote for candidates in their respective academic units
Committee elections will run through May 6.
Those elected will officially take on their new roles on July 1. Here are the election results:
President: Chris Bonneau, Political Science, A&S
Vice President: David Salcido, Emergency Medicine, School of Medicine
Secretary: Gosia Fort, HSLS
Humanities: Mazviita Chirimuuta, History & Philosophy of Science; Scott Kiesling, Linguistics
Natural Sciences: Kirill Kiselyov, Biological Sciences; Laurel Roberts, Biological Sciences
Social Sciences: Margaret Judd, Anthropology
Business (no vacancy)
Education: Cindy Popovich
Engineering: Andy Bunger, Alex Jones
GSPIA: Jennifer Murtazashvili
Law (no vacancy)
School of Computing and Information (No vacancy)
Social Work: Mary Rauktis
University Library System: Zach Brodt
Dental Medicine: Alejandro Almarza
Public Health: Jong Jeong
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences: Barbara Vento
Health Sciences Library System: Mary Lou Klem
Pharmacy: Brian Potoski
Nursing: Rick Henker
Medicine: Abbe De Vallejo, Martica (Tica) Hall, Melanie Scott,
Donovan Harrell is a writer for the University Times. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-383-9905.