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Agenda for October 10, 2011

Order of Business

  1. Call to Order
  2. Roll Call
  3. Approval of the Minutes & Agenda
  4. Executive Business
    1. President’s Report
    2. Executive Vice President’s Report
    3. Vice President for Financial Affairs’ Report
    4. Committee Chairs Report
  1. Chair of Student Life Committee

ii.Chair of Academic Affairs Committee

  1. Chair of University Affairs Committee
  2. Chair of Financial Appropriations Committee
  1. Unfinished Business
  2. New Business
    1. A Bill (SB F 2011-5) Appropriations
  3. Gallery Remarks
  4. Advisors’ Remarks
  5. Members’ Remarks
  6. Announcements
  7. Adjournment

President’s Report: Will be given orally at the Legislative Meeting

 

Executive Vice President’s Report: Will be given orally at the Legislative Meeting

 

VP For Financial Affairs Report:

 

 

 

 

 

Student Life Committee Report:

 

 

  1.  Call to Order
  2. Roll Call
    1. Katherine Ellis
    2.  Aseel Ramahi
    3.  Caroline Standohar
    4. Celeste Popio
    5. Nicole Horvath
    6.  Deanna Hardy
    7.  Joe Mikolay
    8.  Carissa Benchwick
    9.  Kayla Boye
    10.  Jessica Sarich.

Absent:

  1. Taylor Clark
  2. Alyssa DIBernardi (excused)

 

  1. Meet The Reps Night
  2. Wednesday, October 12 from 5-7pm at Christman
    1. Called Tom, still waiting for confirmation
    2. Homecoming Tailgate
      1. Menu
        1. Decided to go with Charlie Staples, menu includes pulled pork, BBQ chicken, coleslaw, and macaroni salad.
        2. Drinks would be purchased through Sodexo.
        3. Set up will be at 8:00am
        4. T-shirts Update
          1. To be announced at a later time on where we will be purchasing them.
      2. United Way Campaign
        1. Awareness week.
          1. Tara Mady was our guest speaker from United Way.  The University Affairs committee joined our meeting to collaborate with us to think of ideas for the awareness week.  We thought of ideas such as holding intermural tournaments, cook offs, video game tournaments, board game competitions. Plan on pairing up with the Athletic department, RA’s, GCL, and other organizations on campus.

 

  1. Penguin Ice Breakers Project
    1. We decided as a committee that this project might be too much for us as of right now.  We decided to revisit the idea next semester.
    2. Adjournment

 

 

 

 

Academic Affairs committee report:

 

 

YSU Student Government Association

Academic Affairs Committee

Minutes of 10.3.2011 Meeting

I.  Call to Order:  4:00 pm

 

II. Roll Call

a. Present:  Justin McIntyre, Nicole Pavlichich, Teresa McKinney, Mark Sember, Molly Rogers, Lillian Justice, Sarah Scheidemantel, Katelyn Kridler

b. Absent:  Alessandro Cutrona, Samantha Henry

c. Excused:  none

 

III. Foundations of Excellence

The biggest issue of FOE is money.  The university is having fiscal trouble as well as the government who would issue grants.  IES (Institution of Education Sciences) offers a grant for $25,000 to $200,000 which we would need to apply for in the spring.  Right now, we are not proposing a class, we are proposing to allow an outside group to come in and research.  Dr. Becker suggests that the Academic Affairs committee conducts further research into funding for the FOE program (ies.ed.gov/funding).  We also need to consider a higher up faculty/staff member to follow this program to bridge the gaps between semesters and leadership of SGA.  There is a program out of the counseling department that may be able to help us find and write grants.

 

IV. Last Lecture Series Update

A tentative date has been set for Wednesday, Novermber 30th.  Dr. Gage has been contacted for a time.  It will be held in the Ohio Room.  We need to make a poster, flyers, Facebook event, and a YSU announcement.  Also, we need to think about refreshments.

 

V. Academic Advising

We want to work with the University Affairs committee on finding a new way to use DARS web audit to either restructure it or make the student body more aware of its function and benefits.

 

VI. Outstanding Professor Award

We are considering an award where the student body nominates professors and Academic Affairs would choose the winners.  Also, we may create an outstanding student award where professors would nominate students.

 

VII. New Business – none

  1. Adjournment:       4:42 pm

 

 

 

 

University Affairs committee report:

 

 

UAC Meeting 10/3

 

Call to order: 4:00

 

Role Call: 4:01

 

Present: Travis Battiest, Zachary White, Melania Vlad, Steven Mesik, Justin Hasseininejad, Kendal Malsch, Pat Gessler, Sarah Perrine

 

Excused: Rebecca Banks, Brianna Wise

 

Absent: Warren Wilson, Jessie Martin

 

Joint Session with Student Life: 4:03- 4:22 Brief overview of the United Way charitable organization. Possible ideas to raise money in conjunction with the organization were tossed around and include cookouts, video game tournaments, game nights, etc.

 

Reports:

 

  • Vice President for University Affairs: 4:25 Looking more into academic advising, reviewed scientific study on academic advising.

 

  • Chair: 4:32 None at this time.

 

  • Secretary of technology: 4:33 None at this time.

 

Unfinished Business: 4:34

  • Academic advising: Looking into different colleges on campus and how they relay information to students. One possibly idea is to work with each college to create an online workbook of sorts to serve as a handbook for the students. Possibly also make all departments paper free, so it is an incentive for them to participate. Approach one college to begin, and see how receptive they are of the ideas we present.

 

  • WPNA: Travis went to the meeting, there was a proposal to the city of Youngstown to raise the height of the branches of the trees. New street signs in wick park as well.

 

New business: 4:52

  • My YSU emails: Inquiry about the amount of YSU emails that are sent out to students on a daily basis.

 

Adjourn: 4:59

 

 

 

Financial Affairs Committee Report:

 

 

October 3rd, 2011 4:00pm

 

Attendance: Justin Vrabel, unexcused; Ryan Meditz, unexcused

 

4:00

 

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc

Total Number of Members: 9

Contact Person: Joe Boyd Jr?Contact Phone Number: 2167320460?Contact Email: jboyd@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Mike Beverly?Advisor’s Phone Number: 3309411411?Advisor’s Email: mabeverly@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Eta Zeta chapter recently ran a Car wash to raise funds for Breast Cancer Awareness. Here we washed cars for 4 hours.? We also Held a 50/50 ticket raffle during homecoming week to raise funds for our Chapter. Eta Zeta held a ”Pie in the Eye” event on campus to raise money for a Student Scholarship Fund.?Also Raise funds at our Battle of the Sexes event in Kilcawely.? Eta Zeta is planning to Raise funds During the Month of November for our Annual Turkey Drive.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Participated in Community Service to our new Incoming Freshmen with a Move-In into their dormatories, which we contributed 12 movers.We also Collected funds for United Way during Intermission of a recent YSU Football game.We had two brothers involved. We are involved in providing tutoring to students who need help in their studies as well, Tuesday through Thursday every week from 12 noon to 5pm. We have 8 contributers to tutoring. Eta Zeta was involved in a recent Proverty Simulation at East High School, working with the Youth, in which two of our brothers were involved in. We also Provided Service to an Animal Charity over the summer this year. Service includes walking dogs, cleaning litter boxes, feeding the animals, etc. We had a total of 6 participating in the animal charity. During the Month of October, we plan on participating in the Non-Violence parade for community service. The second week of October we will be participating in a Fun and Fitness Health Day with Warrior’s Inc., and two walks. One for Breast Cancer and the other for Diabetes. During the second and third week of October we will be having a free HIV/Aid testing set up in Kilcawely. In the Month of November, Eta Zeta will be collecting money to donate turkey to the community for those in need of a turkey for thanksgiving, as well as a Clothing Drive.

Name of Event: 2011 Iota Phi Theta (Ohio Valley Region) Conference?Date of Event: October 21 – October 23, 2011?Location: Detriot Michigan?Expected Participation: 9?Total Cost of Event: $1179

Description of Event: During regional conference, New brothers will have there ceremony and receive their Certificates from the Fraternity. Seperate Meeting will be held to train new/old brothers to learn how to be an active member on their campus and community. Meetings will be held in which members are to take back to their respective campuses and act on what the have learned. Training includes: Effective Financial Training, New Brother Training, Career Assessment Workshop, Grad Chapter Training, and Leadership in the 21st Century

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This event is beneficial to the student body of YSU and YSU as a whole, because the training our brothers received are put to toward the overall picture of scholarship, leadership, citizenship. With each of these qualities brought back to our campus and community, we then, as a student organization, set out to act on the things and events we have learned from being involved in our meetings. The more training we receive from attending our meetings the more active and involved we are in our student body, YSU, and the surrounding community.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount Requested
Registration $75
Car Rental (2) $350
Gas (2 cars) $200
Hotel Room (2) $454
Food $100
   
   
  Total $1179

Amount recommended: $454.00 to cover lodging costs.

 

4:10

 

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: YSU Student Chapter of The American Dental Hygienists’ Association

Total Number of Members: 44

Contact Person: Samantha Russell?Contact Phone Number: 330-360-8420?Contact Email: slrussell@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Maureen Vendemia?Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-1899?Advisor’s Email: mvendemia@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We have sold toothbrushes to family members and friends. We also plan to have a toothbrush sale for the campus community in October.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Our organization participates in the annual Student Government Giving Tree. We also participated in Give Kids a Smile day. Our organization donated toothbrushes and toothpaste to the medical mission to Mexico. Students participate in the local component of the ODHA by going to continuing education seminars. All members of the organization participate in one or more events.

Name of Event: The 88th Ohio Dental Hygienists Association Annual Session?Date of Event: Friday November 3rd, 2011 to Sunday November 5th, 2011?Location: Newark, Ohio?Expected Participation: 19?Total Cost of Event: 1835.06

Description of Event: The 88th Ohio Dental Hygienists’ Association’s Annual Session will be held from November 4th through 6th 2011 in Newark, Ohio at Cherry Valley Lodge. During this weekend the House of Delegates meets and table clinics are presented. Student delegates and alternates will be involved in reference committees, component caucuses, student house of delegates, and first and second house of delegates.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: Officers of the organization serve as student delegates and alternates to the House of Delegates. Students will bring back policy updates that were made through resolutions and bylaw changes in the House of Delegates. Dental hygiene students also represent YSU by presenting table clinics to practicing dental hygienists in the state of Ohio.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount Requested
Hotel 2 nights 291.54
meals 496.00
table clinic pamphlets 100.00
mileage for 6 vehicles 947.52
   
   
  Total 1835.06

Amount Recommended: $291.54 to fully cover lodging.

 

4:20

 

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Institute of Management Accountants

Total Number of Members: 20

Contact Person: Zachary Darnell?Contact Phone Number: 330-272-1777?Contact Email: zadarnell@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Dr. David Law?Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-1881?Advisor’s Email: dblaw@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Currently IMA members applied for a grant and been granted this grant which will take care of hotel and some miscellaneous cost for the Conference. We are producing IMA t-shirts for sale on campus and preparing basket raffles.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: We are developing a new co-op with The Second Harvest Food Bank. IMA is going to be part of a WCBA wide ”JA In A Day” working through Junior Achievement.

Name of Event: IMA’s 12th Annual Student Leadership Conference?Date of Event: November 10-12, 2011?Location: Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Cincinnati, Ohio?Expected Participation: 7 students and 1 advisor?Total Cost of Event: $2600 – $2800

Description of Event: Think differently and create your own opportunity for career success. Attend IMA’s 12th Annual Student Leadership Conference and start your career off on the right path!

This event offers you the best value anywhere! With no increase in registration fees this year, you can attend the Conference at last year’s rates! Come to Cincinnati and…?Choose between a wide variety of educational sessions that will help you increase your competitive advantage when looking for a job. Session topics include management accounting career opportunities, the value of the Certified Management Accountant (CMA®) certification, ethics, business etiquette, leadership, job search techniques, and more.

Meet potential employers and share a copy of your résumé; learn about graduate school opportunities; find out about certification review courses; meet association staff; enter for a chance to win great raffle prizes!

Network with students, educators, and professionals from across the country at two networking receptions, two breakfasts, two lunches, and several breaks, and earn up to eight CPE credits for you and/or your local chapter!

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: In going to this the YSU chapter of IMA, we be learning how to better impact a campus in a positive manner, building a strong team, and develop stronger charitable practice thru a strong business core.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount Requested
Registration Fee’s $700.00
Food $600.00
Fuel $230.00
   
   
  Total $1,530

Amount Recommended: $300.00 to defray registration costs.

 

 

4:30

 

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Students In Free Entriprise (SIFE)

Total Number of Members: 18

Contact Person: Zachary Darnell?Contact Phone Number: 330-272-1777?Contact Email: zardarnell@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Frank Sole?Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-360-1551?Advisor’s Email: fgsole@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Bake Sale to fund March 2011 competition.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Participated in Villa Maria World Fair Trade Day during this past summer as speakers, models and guides for the event.?Working on obtaining a grant ($20,000) from ConAgra foods to fund a local food pantry in a Liberty grade school.?On going programs with Youngstown Business Incubator and the YSU Monus Center for Entrepreneurship to promote entrepreneurship and new business creation in the Valley by YSU students.

Name of Event: Walgreens SIFE Training Conference?Date of Event: October 15, 2011?Location: Columbus, OH Franklin University Campus?Expected Participation: 6-7 Students and Faculty Advisor?Total Cost of Event: $600 – $700

Description of Event: Team Training on what it takes to build a strong SIFE Team at YSU to insure longevity that will benefit the Campus and our Community.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: Participating students form teams on their campus and apply business concepts to develop outreach projects that improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need. Through the SIFE USA Regional Competitions and USA National Competition, teams are provided a forum to present the …

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount Requested
Hotel Accomadations $350
Food $100
YSU van use $100
Fuel $100
   
   
  Total $650

Amount Recommended: $150.00 to defray cost of transportation.

 

 

4:40

 

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Ultimate Frisbee

Total Number of Members: 20

Contact Person: Chris Auman?Contact Phone Number: 3307198572?Contact Email: auman.chris@gmail.com

Advisor: Dr. William Buckler?Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-1801?Advisor’s Email: wrbuckler@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Our organization has a Relay for Life team in Poland over the summer to raise money for cancer research. We are planning a fundraising within the next month for the organization.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Our organization has a Relay for Life team in Poland over the summer to raise money for cancer research. We would also like to get involved in the community sports leagues for the less privileged in Youngstown that were discussed at the Leadership Summit.

Name of Event: Cincinnati Classic?Date of Event: October 29-30?Location: Cincinnati, OH?Expected Participation: 14?Total Cost of Event: $460

Description of Event: The Cincy Classic Ultimate Tournament is an ultimate frisbee tournament hosted by the University of Cincinnati in Cleves, OH. We are requesting appropriations for lodging for the weekend. Total includes two rooms for two nights including taxes.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This will allow students of YSU to be a part of a fun, competitive environment and travel to Niagara Falls and represent their school through a club sport. They will be able to compete against other students from Ohio State, Cincinnati, Akron, Dayton, Toledo, Bowling Green, John Carrol l, Miami, Ball State, Case Western, and more.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount Requested
Hotel Room 1 x 2 Nights 130.00
Hotel Room 2 x 2 Nights 130.00
   
   
  Total 260.00

 

 

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Ultimate Frisbee

Total Number of Members: 20

Contact Person: Chris Auman?Contact Phone Number: 3307198572?Contact Email: auman.chris@gmail.com

Advisor: Dr. William Buckler?Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-1801?Advisor’s Email: wrbuckler@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Our organization has a Relay for Life team in Poland over the summer to raise money for cancer research. We are planning a fundraising within the next month for the organization.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Our organization has a Relay for Life team in Poland over the summer to raise money for cancer research. We would also like to get involved in the community sports leagues for the less privileged in Youngstown that were discussed at the Leadership Summit.

Name of Event: North Coast Ultimate Tournament?Date of Event: November 5-6?Location: Cleveland, OH?Expected Participation: 14?Total Cost of Event: $460

Description of Event: The North Coast Ultimate Tournament is an ultimate frisbee tournament hosted by Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. We are requesting appropriations for lodging for the weekend. Total includes two rooms for two nights including taxes.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This will allow students of YSU to be a part of a fun, competitive environment and travel to Niagara Falls and represent their school through a club sport. They will be able to compete against other students from Ohio State, Cincinnati, Akron, Dayton, Toledo, Bowling Green, John Carrol l, Miami, Ball State, Case Western, and more.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount Requested
Hotel Room 1 x 2 Nights 130.00
Hotel Room 2 x 2 Nights 130.00
   
   
  Total 260.00

 

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Ultimate Frisbee

Total Number of Members: 20

Contact Person: Chris Auman?Contact Phone Number: 3307198572?Contact Email: auman.chris@gmail.com

Advisor: Dr. William Buckler?Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-941-1801?Advisor’s Email: wrbuckler@ysu.edu

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: Our organization has a Relay for Life team in Poland over the summer to raise money for cancer research. We are planning a fundraising within the next month for the organization.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: Our organization has a Relay for Life team in Poland over the summer to raise money for cancer research. We would also like to get involved in the community sports leagues for the less privileged in Youngstown that were discussed at the Leadership Summit.

Name of Event: BG Alumni Tournament?Date of Event: November 12-13?Location: Bowling Green, OH?Expected Participation: 14?Total Cost of Event: $435

Description of Event: The BG Alumni Ultimate Tournament is an ultimate frisbee tournament hosted by Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, OH. We are requesting appropriations for lodging for the weekend. Total includes two rooms for two nights including taxes.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: This will allow students of YSU to be a part of a fun, competitive environment and travel to Niagara Falls and represent their school through a club sport. They will be able to compete against other students from Ohio State, Cincinnati, Akron, Dayton, Toledo, Bowling Green, John Carrol l, Miami, Ball State, Case Western, and more.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount Requested
Hotel Room 1 x 2 Nights 130.00
Hotel Room 2 x 2 Nights 130.00
   
   
  Total 260.00

Amount Recommended: $520.00 to help defray cost of lodging.

 

 

4:50

 

Submitted form for Financial Appropriations:

Organization Name: Catholic Student Association

Total Number of Members: 52+

Contact Person: Scott Brand?Contact Phone Number: 330-685-2265?Contact Email: sjbrand@student.ysu.edu

Advisor: Mr. Thomas Bagola?Advisor’s Phone Number: 330-747-9202?Advisor’s Email: ysunewmancenter@sbcglobal.net

What fundraising efforts has your organization recently put forth? What is being planned?: We hold an Annual Tupperware Fundraiser in the Fall Semester along with a Yankee Candle Fundraiser in the Fall/Spring. We are looking at doing some type of breakfast or dinner during the Spring semester in conjunction with a local church where 50% of our profit will come back to the group for future projects and 50% will go back into various programs in the community, ie Second Harvest Food Bank, Beatitude House, etc. We also will do Fundraisers for specific CSA events, such as our National Catholic Collegiate Conference and some in state conferences or workshops.

What community service has your organization participated in recently? What is being planned? Please be specific as to how many participate and if it is done on behalf of the organization.: CSA participates in a variety of community service projects throughout the year. Each semester CSA holds the Finals Week Pancake Study Breaks on Tuesday and Wednesday of Finals Week with attendance averaging around 200-250 each night. They host the Homecoming Week Cookout in conjunction with the Student Recreation and Programming Office. Every year we hold the Annual Beatitude House St Nicholas Party where we have the mothers and children of Beatitude over for a nice meal, games, stories and a visit from St Nicholas where the children are provided with a specific gift they have been wanting. Throughout both semesters we have students that volunteer individually and as a group at the local Habitat for Humanity. This Fall we co-hosted with Housing & Residence Life an Ice Cream Social on Move-in Friday on the patio of Christmann. We sponsor a cookout for the Housing & Residence Life staff during the pre-semester training. They’ve participated in local clean-up days. We have helped at the local Soup Kitchen and are looking at some type of Christmas Card/Letter writing campaign for our Servicemen & women serving overseas during the holidays. Last Spring we held an Easter Baskets for Beatitude drive along with Housing & Residence Life and provided the Mothers & children baskets with some basic food items as well as some Easter items to make their holiday enjoyable. We have a pretty steady core of 25 students who are most active, but at different events depending on the season (as many of our students are also in sports, part of the Greek Life or other student organizations, but throughout the year we have anywhere from 120-150 different students that will take part in our different community service projects. We also volunteer at least once a semester with Second Harvest Food Bank. We also have Information Tables down on campus to make more students aware of programs and resources available to them three times a month.

Name of Event: PANCAKE STUDY BREAK?Date of Event: December 13 & 14, 2011 & May 8 & 9, 2012?Location: YSU Newman Center – 254 Madison Avenue?Expected Participation: 200-250 per night?Total Cost of Event: @$675.00+ per semester or $1350.00+ for both Fall/Spring

Description of Event: On Tuesday and Wednesday night of Finals Week we offer students a break from 11:00 pm – midnight. The members of CSA wish to reach out to their fellow students and offer them a much-needed break during finals week in a relaxed location from their studies. Students are served pancakes, sausage, and juice/coffee and during the Fall Semester Christmas goodies are also available. Each event usually has a theme – Fall is normally a Christmas/Holiday theme and Spring has varied from Cinco De Mayo, Fun in the Sun, Luau and is still to be determined for this year.

How will this event benefit YSU and the student body?: The Pancake Study Breaks have become a tradition for many of the students, depending on the weather and the night we have served between 175 – 250 (and 300 is our record) students in an hour period both nights. It allows the students to give something back to the university which has already given them so much in their education. They not only can come in and eat, but there is also a TV area where they can sit and relax. They can just sit and relax and listen to music. At Christmas they can enjoy the Christmas decorations and in the spring the nice spring air on the way over. Some student will come over early and take a break and play some of our many board games available for use. At the same time provide them a late night meal that is more nutritional than the junk food that many students rely upon during finals.

Itemized Cost:

Description Amount Requested
Jambar Ads 2 previous editions X 2 semesters $60.00 per semester – $120.00 Fall/Spring
Sam’s Club List (attached-hand delivered breakdown) X 2 semesters $362.23 per semester – $724.46 Fall/Spring
   
   
  Total $422.23 per semester – $844.46 Fall/Spring

Amount Recommended: $724.46 to fully fund cost of food and supplies.

 

SB F 2011-05

A Bill

Making Appropriations for six organization(s)

Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Youngstown State University Student Government Association assembled, That the following sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Appropriations Fund not otherwise appropriated, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012, for the activities of student organizations, namely:

Section 1: Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. is appropriated the sum of $454.00 to fully fund the cost of lodging for their Ohio Valley Region Conference on October 21st– 23rd, 2011. This event will be held in Detroit, Michigan.  Nine (9) students are expected to attend.

Section 2: YSU Student Chapter of the American Dental Hygienists’ Association is appropriated the sum of $291.54 to fully fund the cost of lodging for their Ohio Dental Hygienists Association Annual Session which will be held on November 3rd– 5th, 2011. It will be held in Newark, Ohio and nineteen (19) members are expected to attend.

Section 3: Institute of Management Accountants is appropriated the sum of $300.00 to help defray registration costs for their IMA Student Leadership Conference which will be from November 10th-12th, 2011 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Seven (7) members are expected to attend.

Section 4: Students in Free Entriprise (SIFE) is appropriated the sum of $150.00 to defray the cost of transportation for their Walgreens SIFE Training Conference which will be held on October 15th, 2011 in Columbus, Ohio. Seven (7) students are expected to attend.

Section 5: Ultimate Frisbee is appropriated the sum of $520.00 to defray the cost of lodging for their upcoming Ultimate Frisbee Tournaments, which will be held on October 29th-30th in Cincinnati, Ohio and on November 5th-6th in Cleveland, Ohio. Fourteen (14) members are expected to attend.

Section 6: Catholic Students Association is appropriated the sum of $724.46 to fully fund the cost of food and supplies for their Pancake Study Breaks, which will be held on December 13th-14th, 2011 and May 8th-9th, 2012 at the Newman Center. Two hundred and fifty (250) members are expected to attend.

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