Sunday, March 6, 2011

ASP Meeting Minutes, March 3, 2011

The meeting was called to order at 4:02 PM
The meeting agenda was presented and accepted without change

Mardi Gras: Everyone felt that the Inland Empire Chapter did an excellent job hosting this year’s event. Everyone hopes the chapter will agree to host this event again next year.

Old Business: Paperwork for National Conference reimbursements was submitted to the ASEWU on February 23.

New Business:
Elections for 2012 ASP Officers:
The ASP received a request to reserve the office of Cheney Representative for a Cheney-based undergraduate. This proposal was approved and Chris Boghokian asked that his name be removed from consideration for this office. An election for this office will be held in the Fall quarter, 2012.

Prior to the live voting by those ASP members who did not submit ballots via email, each candidate for office was given the opportunity to speak briefly about their plans for ASP next year.

After the ballots from email were printed, and the ballots from those who voted at the meeting were collected, the first order of business was to count the votes for ASP Secretary. Once this winner was determined, the new secretary and the outgoing secretary counted the votes for the remaining positions. The following results were obtained:

New ASP President: Brian Sayrs
New ASP Vice President: William Simpson
New ASP Secretary: Ali Kara
New ASP Treasurer: Chris Boghokian
New ASP National Rep: William Simpson
New ASP State Rep: Jeremy Kulm
New ASP IE Rep: Amy Mullerleile

After the initial votes were counted, there was a tie for Vice President. At the meeting, a proposal was presented and passed with one dissention to revote for that office at the meeting. Those in attendance broke the tie in William Simpson's favor.

Please find the time to congratulate your new ASP officeholders.
The meeting was adjourned at 5:15 PM
Respectfully submitted,

Ray Oligher
ASP Secretary

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