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A.S. Board of Director Standing Meeting: April 23, 2021 - Shared screen with gallery view
Jenessa (she/her)
07:18
Hello everyone!
Dan Sornia (they)
07:43
Hi everyone :)
Casey Park (she/they)
15:49
For Transition Reports - every member will have their report template in their inbox on Monday morning at 8am!
Jenessa (she/her)
19:29
Woot woot Josie and EWEW team!!
Jenessa (she/her)
20:22
Great job David and ASFC team!!
David Lopez
20:38
team work :)
Dan Sornia (they)
20:46
I cried!! lol
Jenessa (she/her)
22:10
Thank you Martin for leading the event :)
Casey Park (she/they)
24:48
https://senate.humboldt.edu/university-senate-meeting-agenda-4272021
Casey Park (she/they)
26:48
See the Inclusive Student Success Working Group Charge on this page https://www.humboldt.edu/polytechnic/working-groups
Dan Saveliff
39:20
1. What student engagement opportunities have helped you develop career-readiness?
Casey Park (she/they)
39:46
And be sure to type it in the chat!
Lauren O’Grady (she/her)
39:58
The ACAC offers great services!! Resume building workshops, mock interviews, etc
David Lopez
39:58
Participating in lab courses and bridge programs have helped me network to professional in my feild
Roman Sotomayor (he)
40:02
Service learning with Center for Community Based Learning
giovanni guerrero
40:21
peer-mentoring, advisor links to internships, hands on labs
Martin Gordillo
41:01
The Anatomy Lab, Human Performance Lab, and Bio mechanics lab, has been a big factor for students within the Kines field. Hands on learning
Lauren O’Grady (she/her)
41:02
Hands-on learning within majors (specifically in child development major, students get to work in a lab where they get to directly work with children)
Jourden Lamar
41:10
The ACAC has offered a lot of services towards my major. Along with RAMP and mentoring students from when they enter HSU.
Jesus Flores
41:29
Business mixers and career opportunities through events and the Business internship class
Martin Gordillo
41:42
North Coast concussion program providing necessary information for student athletes within Athletics and Rec sports
Kenny Mort (He/Him)
41:46
Yes those emails from Danielle were so helpful!
Marissa Miller
41:51
point of information- are only AS board members responding to the chat? is this open to any student?
Clint Rebik (he/him/his)
42:12
this is very rich everyone....thank you!
Casey Park (she/they)
42:25
All
Marissa Miller
42:33
thank you for the clarification
Dan Saveliff
43:03
2. In what ways is HSU doing well in supporting inclusive student success?
Marissa Miller
43:49
Question 1- Being an elementary education major, I appreciated having fieldwork starting freshman year. We had fieldwork experience at local elementary schools, it was very much hands on learning
Jourden Lamar
44:02
The advisement when it comes to academics is a great support, my advisor has helped a ton on creating a plan that is spot on for my career choice.
giovanni guerrero
44:02
2. ethnic study courses are great here and are apart of the ESM curriculum
David Lopez
44:05
By funding programs on campus that build a sense of community. areas like the cultural centers and student ran programming are all ways that help me succeed
Martin Gordillo
44:32
EOP and the EOP advisors supporting there students all the way. shout out to Celeste Robinson
Martin Gordillo
44:42
Ethnic studies courses
Jesus Flores
45:40
As a first generation student Eop and the cultural centers were a big part of my college experience! And financial aid workshops really helped
David Lopez
45:42
Small class sizes go a long way in maintain beneficial connections with professors that benefit our career paths
Martin Gordillo
46:05
Our cultural Centers ( AACAE ADPIC El Centro SJEIC ITEPP)
Dan Saveliff
46:52
3. What are some next steps HSU can take to improve upon student engagement opportunities?
Martin Gordillo
47:20
Listening to students voices
Roman Sotomayor (he)
47:51
Continuing to fund the CCAEs and programs that boost student success
Martin Gordillo
47:56
And our faculty voices as well
Marissa Miller
48:29
2. HSU offers CGRS and Ethic study course. I took a CRGS course and took away so much. By making something a requirement I assume it allows students to take the time and attention to crucial information, topics, empathy, etc.
giovanni guerrero
48:40
3. additional investment for more career related oppurtunities
David Lopez
48:44
By creating low risk (NOT CLASSROOM) spaces that students can get to know professors and build initial relationships. Professors are the most entuned into our field and we need to be able to talk to them easily to get the most out of our courses
Jourden Lamar
49:03
Allowing for a variety of opportunities for students to engage in discussion that impact the campus, increasing hours campus such as the library during finals, offering more courses in areas we see a high demand in.
Josefina Barrantes (she/her)
50:04
I second David’s point about building relationships with Professors. That’s always been super vital for my research and helped me step into grad school early.
Jesus Flores
50:11
Improving financial literacy for a lot of students how might not have the resources necessary or might accumulate more debt than they should... financial literacy programs and events would help a lot
Marissa Miller
51:45
3. Engagement has been low this year due to the pandemic. Holding spaces in a non academic way was very tricky this year. I would hope once in person classes resume, more spaces can open
Dan Saveliff
51:51
4. What are some next steps HSU can take to improve upon inclusive student success?
Josefina Barrantes (she/her)
53:28
Invest in improving students basic needs (food & housing) if these areas are improved upon you will see a rise in graduation rates/student retention
Roman Sotomayor (he)
53:46
Improved advising for students of all backgrounds
Lauren O’Grady (she/her)
53:47
^^!!
Jourden Lamar
53:49
Possibly reach out to department on campus and see what needs student are asking for whether it’s more out of class opportunities, resources for their studies, or more courses.
giovanni guerrero
53:53
peer mentoring, additional campus engagement/ investment for cultural centers, basic needs
Martin Gordillo
54:16
Conversations on cultural centers should include ADPIC
Martin Gordillo
54:35
Making all our documents gender neutral
Casey Park (she/they)
54:47
Later hours for student services like business services and health center hours
giovanni guerrero
54:59
extended library hours
Josefina Barrantes (she/her)
55:27
More diversity in CAPS counselors so that all students are able to access counseling and feel represented, heard and understood
Martin Gordillo
55:30
Stop kicking our rec sports from our facilities
Dan Saveliff
55:38
5. What do you think might be the benefits or challenges for HSU students in becoming a polytechnic campus?
Roman Sotomayor (he)
56:02
Challenge: Ensuring humanities isn't left behind
Lauren O’Grady (she/her)
56:03
Having the arts not prioritized enough
giovanni guerrero
56:07
i've heard concners about less interest and divesment from non stem departments
Jourden Lamar
56:12
Lack of representation across the entire campus when discussing majors
giovanni guerrero
57:00
tuition rises
Marissa Miller
57:01
4. More health (CAPS, peer health educators) support for students who are self-diagnosed with a disability (ex. ADHD). More support may mean more screening so students can provide any results to SDRC and get any/all accommodations they may need in the classroom, in test centers, etc.
Casey Park (she/they)
57:02
Readjusting student fees to align with new needs and interests
Martin Gordillo
57:14
Rebranding for the club teams, are we getting funding to help us rebrand or are we going to get left out of the dust again
David Lopez
57:21
Visibility, I am afraid that students might not have the support they need to be able to succeed because of a large emphasis toward moving to be a Poly.
Marissa Miller
57:46
5. Concern of tuition increase is something I have heard.
David Lopez
58:58
Thank you!
Dan Saveliff
59:10
dls7@humboldt.edu
Jourden Lamar
59:12
Thank you for the presentation!
Clint Rebik (he/him/his)
59:51
clint@humboldt.edu, 707-826-6205. thank you!
Casey Park (she/they)
01:00:51
You froze on my end
Malluli Cuéllar (she, her, hers)
01:01:51
Thank you for everyone's patience through tech problems :)
Martin Gordillo
01:16:33
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Casey Park (she/they)
01:16:54
We would note it as an abstention if we couldn't get a verbal or in the chat
Jeremiah Finley
01:34:12
Boom! Casey for World Leader!
Casey Park (she/they)
01:36:01
Or anyone with an idea they want on the table tbh!
Casey Park (she/they)
01:36:32
Jourden- was the guest speakers for SJEIC specifically or all?
giovanni guerrero
01:36:55
1. additional investment for professional development and training/ team bonding 2. student daycare center 3. additional position in SLL to help with undocumented student resources
Bridget Hand (she/her/hers)
01:37:31
I can't remember if this point was made in our previous appeal, but an Athletic Trainer is required for competative home games, so funding to support that role is critical for competition. Thank you for putting that as an idea for recommendations.
Casey Park (she/they)
01:42:23
You can click into the details via the sheet https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Fe1gUlyxa3vokh89mtlAEG1wMRAivnjh3tfK8kkdp7Q/edit?usp=sharing
Dan Sornia (they)
01:42:58
We also got a lot of pics via email so it might be just over 200 :D
Casey Park (she/they)
02:20:51
And I'll note that since this agenda was written, the Finance Committee met yesterday and recommended the resolution for adoption with some changes to the signers of the resolution
Jenessa (she/her)
02:26:23
Please enter into the record for full transparency that I am a current member of CCCU and have been for over 20 years.
Casey Park (she/they)
02:33:50
Might need clarification on excluding or including minute-taker too?
Martin Gordillo
02:52:08
yesssssss
Dan Sornia (they)
02:52:33
https://forms.gle/AZmxDKJApvExSpXP8
Casey Park (she/they)
02:52:54
Sexland 2021 is next week - check out the details https://healtheducation.humboldt.edu/sexland2021
Marissa Miller
02:54:29
They have free gifts that they are willing to ship out! ^^
Marissa Miller
02:55:20
You all should be proud of yourselves, it's been one heck of a year (:
Jenessa (she/her)
02:55:47
^^^^
Kenny Mort (He/Him)
02:55:53
YEE YEE
Jesus Flores
02:56:01
Wohooooooo
Josefina Barrantes/A.S. ESO (she/her)
02:58:15
Casey you're amazing!
Martin Gordillo
02:58:29
we love you too Dan !!!!