The Assembly is the parliamentary branch of ASU’s Graduate Student government, and meets on a monthly basis to review executive activities, vote, and pass language on student concerns. The 39 Assembly Member seats represent over 15,000 graduate and professional students from 5 campus locations and online. Assembly members are individually responsible for understanding and communicating the interests of their schools to their respective college/school administrative leadership, and supporting Graduate Student Organization (GSO) leaders in developing our community. Collectively, the Assembly is responsible for oversight of the Executive branch’s activities, including approval of the annual GPSA ~$1,000,000 budget and student advocacy agenda, as well as monthly GPSA events, monthly GSO funding, and legislative bills.
Interested in becoming an Assembly Member?
The Assembly meets once a month, typically on the 2nd or 3rd Friday from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Each Assembly member is expected to be on two different committees, which also meet once a month. The expected time commitment is an average of 3-5 hours per week including attending social events.
- Your ASU ID number and program name as listed below.
- A brief (1-page max) cover letter explaining why you would like to join the Assembly.
- A current Resume or CV highlighting your service and research interests.
- Attend the next Assembly meeting. We will ask you to introduce yourself to the Assembly and tell us why you would like to join and how you would like to serve our graduate student body. Per our Bylaws, you must be present to become an Assembly Member.
If there are more candidates than seats for a given program, we will confirm the member that receives the most Assembly votes. Candidates may also apply for At-Large seats, and vacant seats are typically converted to At-Large seats in January of each year.
Current Assembly Members
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences – Humanities
Fred Agbemade, (Fred.Agbemade@asu.edu) Member since: May 2016
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences – Natural Sciences
- Claire Crowther, (firstname.lastname@example.org) Member since: February 2016
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences – Life Sciences
- Christian Ross (email@example.com) Member since: August 2017
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences – Social Sciences
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences – At-Large
- Alexis Abboud (Alexis.Abboud@asu.edu) Member since: August 2017
Teachers College (2)
- Kevin Winn, (firstname.lastname@example.org) Member since: May 2016
- Lydia Ross, (email@example.com) Member since: September 2016
Herberger Institute for Design & the Arts (3)
- Alex Meszler (firstname.lastname@example.org) Member since: January 2017
- Amelia Miholca (email@example.com) Member since: February 2017
Ira A Fulton School of Engineering (7)
- Kaushik Gandhi (firstname.lastname@example.org) member since: January 2017
- Chelsea Johnson, (email@example.com) Member since: August 2016
- Eran Schweitzer (firstname.lastname@example.org) Member since: October 2016
- Yash Garg, (email@example.com), Member since: April 2017
- Madhankumar Arulanandam (firstname.lastname@example.org) Member since: August 2017
Sandra Day O’ Connor College of Law (3)
- Kevin Morrow, (email@example.com) Member since: May 2016
College of Integrative Sciences & Arts (formerly Letters and Sciences) (1)
Cronkite School of Journalism (1)
Future of Innovation in Society (1)
- Marcela Jarquin (firstname.lastname@example.org) Member since August 2017
Health Solutions (1)
- Gladys Yu, (email@example.com), Member since: April 2017
New College Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (1)
College of Nursing & Health Innovation (1)
- Hugo Paredes (firstname.lastname@example.org) Member since August 2017
College of Public Programs & Community Solutions (3)
- Virginia Coco, (email@example.com) Member since: November 2016
School of Sustainability (1)
- Nicholas Weller, firstname.lastname@example.org, Member since: April 2017
W.P. Carey School of Business (3)
- Jorge Correa Londono, (email@example.com) Member since: January 2017