New student Senators chosen

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After three days of voting this week, the results of this year’s election for the 2018-2019 student positions on Ryerson’s Senate are in. Members of the Senate govern all academic matters, including the content and quality of all programs and courses, the standards for admission to the university, and the qualifications for obtaining degrees, diplomas and certificates.

Below are the student representatives elected for the upcoming school year:

At-Large:

Nassima Allou, Faculty of Science

Ali Mulji, Ted Rogers School of Management

Akshaya Rahunathan, Faculty of Arts

Akshit Sharma, Faculty of Engineering & Architectural Science

Faculty of Arts:

Joshin Marriott, 121 of 206 votes cast

Faculty of Community Services:

Jacob Circo, 78 of 199 votes cast

Faculty of Science:

Sadia Mehmood, 140 of 207 votes cast

Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science:

Fahim Khan, 119 of 209 votes cast

Ted Rogers School of Management:

Anh Minh (Nick) Nguyen, 155 of 239 votes cast

Faculty of Communication and Design:

Lauren Emberson, uncontested

 

At-large undergraduate Senate positions are elected from the entire student body and all four seats were uncontested. Faculty undergraduate students are elected from within their specific faculties. Lauren Emberson, former Ryerson Student Union vice-president of student life and events, ran for the faculty of communication and design senate position uncontested.

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