LOCATION: Sun Devil Stadium
START DATE: September 25th, 2014
START DATE: September 26th, 2014
Interested in becoming an Assembly Member?
The Assembly meets once a month, typically on the 2nd or 3rd Friday from 2:00 to approximately 4:30. Each Assembly member is expected to be on two different committees, which also meet once a month. So members will have around 3 meetings a month in order to be considered an active member.
Below are the materials and procedures for becoming an Assembly member. Please send the requested materials to the Assembly President by the Monday before the Assembly meeting.
- A one page cover letter explaining why you would be a great fit and how you would best serve graduate students.
- A 1-2 page CV highlighting your service and research interests. This is a great way for the Assembly to learn a bit more about you.
- Send the Assembly President your ASU ID number and program so that we can confirm your enrollment with our adviser.
- Finally, attend the Assembly meeting. We will ask you to introduce yourself to the Assembly and tell us why you would be a great fit.
If there are more candidates than seats for a given program, we will confirm the member that receives the most Assembly votes.
If you have questions or concerns about this process, please contact the Assembly President.
College of Health Solutions
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, At-Large
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Humanities
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences – Life Sciences
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences – Natural Sciences
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences – Social Sciences
College of Nursing and Health Innovation
College of Public Programs
Graduate College, At-Large
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Mary Lou Fulton Teacher’s College
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
College of Letters and Sciences
School of Sustainability
W. P. Carey School of Business
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication