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Student Voice Committee

Denis Turan

Denis Turan

Chairperson

Denis Turan is the Chairperson of Student Voice, and a 4th year Business Administration major. His unique understanding of people has made him quintessential in defining standard methods of approaching students and has made him the primary liaison between students and Student Voice. He currently works for the Residential Life Department as a Program Coordinator and has previously served as the Building President of Aberdeen Inverness. He loves singing and going to the gym.

Contact email: dtura001@ucr.edu

 

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Mirella Rodriguez

Mirella Rodriguez

Data Analytics Director

Mirella Rodriguez is the Data Analytics Director of Student Voice and a 3rd year Statistics major. Her extensive knowledge of standard statistical techniques has been instrumental in normalizing both data collection protocols and data analysis methods. She has conducted her own research project for the statistics department. Alongside other positions, she is the secretary of the Highlander Statistics Society, a member of the statistics honors society (Mu Sigma Rho), an Ambassador for the Honors Program, and a Supplemental Instructor. She loves In-N-Out Burger and her popsocket.

Contact email: mrodr067@ucr.edu

Preamble

We, the undergraduate students of the Riverside campus of the University of California, bestow governing authority to the Associated Students of the University of California at Riverside, an independent, student-directed, unincorporated, directly elected, three-branch student government, in order to set forth the ideals herein: to supplement and complement formal and informal education on this University of California campus; to propagate the general well-being of undergraduates; to fairly represent student interests, needs and welfare within the University community; to represent and articulate our rights to a voice in campus governance by fostering recognition of the rights of students and providing a forum to articulate and represent the views and interests of students; to recognize, represent, and support the diversity of needs and views of students at the University; to provide for the expression of student opinion and interests to the community at large on issues affecting student life; to provide services and coordinate activities for students, while advancing our common interests and concerns as students and as citizens; and, in pursuit of these ideals, through independent action and in concert with other constituencies of the university community, we hereby adopt this Constitution as the primary document governing the Associated Students of the University of California at Riverside.

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