Student Organizations: Occupational

While I was waiting for the SHAC meeting to begin Monday, I ran into a member of Student Government and had a conversation regarding the upcoming elections and a judicial review committee. While in undergrad, I participated as a Senator in Student Government, so I was somewhat aware of this committee the counsel needed. I learned that each year a separate, 3rd party appeals committee is created in case someone should wish to appeal an elected member’s appointment. After learning more about this committee and the UND elections process, I agreed to become a member of the committee and gather fellow law students to join me; should an issue arise. Going into the evening I was unaware of the depth and breadth of student organizations and operations. I am impressed at all the effort that goes into these groups and am looking forward to further participation in this group. It was a great learning experience, and I am glad the Pursuit of Wellness activities has us spending time at the Union, because it is very educational and rewarding.

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Posted on January 25, 2012, in Occupational. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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