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Presidents Report Daniel Ashwood 4/5/17 Office Hours: Monday 3:00-5:00pm Wednesday: 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Contact: [email protected] 2016-17 Year in Review Grad Student Space / GSGA Office International Student Fee Call to Congress on Presidents Executive Order Retained All external funding from previous year Office of Research Office of the Provost

Graduate School Established 27 campus-wide committees GSGA Name Change (GSG) GSGA Vice President Update April 5th, 2017 Sid Thatham Spring Semester Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 3-4 pm Email: [email protected] Group Budget for GSA Community Building/Social Events | 13 GSAs $300 Group Grants So Far: $10,000 vs $21,650 / 26 applications over 6 deadlines. Deadline: May 12, 2017 Deadline.

Amount Available: $3979.00 Event MUST happen AFTER the decision date. Expenses made prior to approval ARE NOT eligible for reimbursement. Soft AND hard copies mandatory. ALL relevant documents required in both hard and soft copy. Re-registration Deadline May 20, 2017 Step 1: CampusLINK Registration Constitution and Bylaws Roster President, Treasurer, Advisor. Step 2: Complete online RESET presentation: President + Treasurer Step 3: Verification Form @ GSGA OFFICE Step 4: GSGA Registration Simple and Straight

Forward!! GSA Committee Reps**** Step 5: GSGA Officer Orientation Mandatory, September - TBD Upcoming Events: Apr 7: Warren Bennis Leadership Conf. TUC, 8:30 am. Starbucks CEO, former JCPenny CEO. Apr 7: Mainstreet Stride, 12:30 pm Apr 8: Student Diversity Summit, 9-5p, AACRC Apr 9: Student Recognition Ceremony, TUC, 4-5p Apr 10: Ice-cream Social + Tshirt Swap! ~30 GSGA events so far. Excluding events in collaboration with other GSAs and other GSGA funded GSA events. Feedback to the General Assembly for 2017-18

GSGA Treasurer Update April 5th, 2017 Abishek Balsamy Kamaraj Spring Semester Office Hours: Tue 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm, Thurs 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm Email: [email protected] 2016-17 FYTD (From 07/01/16 to 03/30/17) Presenter Conference Travel Awards (n=219) Non-Presenter Conference Travel Awards (n=34) Research Fellowship Reimbursement Group Budgets

Group Grant Reimbursements $118,065.00 $3,312.00 $22,257.00 $5,008.37 $6,616.64 $18,781.86 GSGA Expenses GSGA Officer Honorarium/Excel. 72% of $365,636.00 available for year used Awards/Reps $91,000.00 TOTAL spent $265,040.87 Conference travel award details from CECH and CEAS for March is not included

in this report Treasurer Updates Group budgets are under utilized More GSGA funded programming possible Buying new office supplies Computer Refrigerator Microwave Encourage more conferences travel before end of semester New wait-list system for conference travel awards SACUB membership deadline tonight! End of year Report

2016-17 Year Grad General Fee UG General fee Total 2014 $5,222,425 $15,252,796 $20,475,221 2015 $6,088,000 $15,915,000 $22,003,000 2016 $7,502,000 $17,556,000 $25,058,000 20 % annual Increase Budget Trends Budget trends

14-15 15-16 16-17 as of Feb 23rd Travel Awards $ 145,881 $ 155,304 $ 110,000 Officer Pay $ 151,927 $ 120,995 $ 90,000 Number of Awards

Ran out of funds at the end of 14 15 Partial officer funding 15 -16 and trimmed the programming budget New procedures for CEAS and CECH graduate student travel 487 502 222 Benchmark Comparison Graduate Student Travel Award Travel University Name award Comments

$ Univ. of Connecticut 750.0 $ University of Pittsburgh 600.0 A&S $ Syracuse University 500.0 $ For international travel Temple University 500.0 (300) $ For international travel

George Mason Univ. 1,000.0 (500) Univ. of AL $ Birmingham 400.0 $ For international travel Univ. of South Florida 750.0 (500) $ University of Houston UC is amongst750.0 the lowest in the country! $ Ohio State University

SACUB Updates We found the lost 2.7 million dollars Additional funding request: Increase annual presenter conference travel award to of $500 which is comparable to benchmark universities - $50,000 Programming - Thanksgiving dinner, Halloween dinner, ... (Currently funded on a per year basis from the provost office) - $20,000 Research Fellowship - Fund graduate student research (Currently supported by the office of research and Grad School on a yearly basis) - $30,000 Increase officer salary ($2,500 each) - $10,000 Budget 16/17 Total Available Monies:

$415,636.00 Total Allocated from SACUB: Funds from Graduate School Funds from Office of Research Funds from Provost Office for Special Events $365,636.00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $20,000.00 Scholarship Expense Budget Total Allocated: Honorarium for 4 Officers Honorarium for Reps

$100,000.00 $90,000.00 $10,000.00 Total $100,000.00 Budget 16/17 Operational Expense Budget Total Allocated: Group Grants: Summer and Fall 2016 Spring 2017 Group Budget (39 groups) Graduate Student Excellence Awards Event Expenses Best Group Award

Student Travel Awards Research Fellowship Conference/Advocacy Travel for GSGA Executive Committee Office Supplies/Stationary/Printing/ Duplicating Assembly Meetings/Officer Orientations GSGA Special Events/ Seminars $315,636.00 $14,000.00 $8,000.00 $6,000.00 $20,000.00 $2,600.00 $2,300.00 $300.00 TOTAL

$212,536.00 $30,000.00 $3,000.00 $2,000.00 $3,500.00 $28,000.00 $315,636.00 Budget 17/18 Total Available Monies: If Sacub awards more $415,636.00 $475,636.00 Total Allocated from SACUB:

Funds from Graduate School Funds from Office of Research Funds from Provost Office for Special Events $365,636.00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $20,000.00 $475,636.00 0 0 $0.00 Scholarship Expense Budget Total Allocated: Honorarium for 4 Officers

Honorarium for Reps Total $100,000.00 $90,000.00 $10,000.00 $110,000.00 $100,000.00 $10,000.00 $100,000.00 $110,000.00 Budget 17/18 Operational Expense Budget

Total Allocated: $315,636.00 Group Grants: $14,000.00 Summer and Fall 2016 $8,000.00 Spring 2017 $6,000.00 Group Budget (39 groups) $20,000.00 Graduate Student Excellence Awards $2,600.00 Event Expenses $2,300.00 Best Group Award $300.00 Student Travel Awards

$212,536.00 Research Fellowship $30,000.00 Conference/Advocacy Travel for GSGA Executive Commmittee $3,000.00 Office Supplies/Stationary/Printing/ Duplicating $2,000.00 Assembly Meetings/Officer Orientations $3,500.00 GSGA Special Events/ Seminars $28,000.00 TOTAL $315,636.00 $365,636.00 $14,000.00 $20,000.00

$2,600.00 $262,536.00 $30,000.00 $3,000.00 $2,000.00 $3,500.00 $28,000.00 $365,636.00 Campus Ambassador Report Courtney Reynolds Office Hours: Mondays: 11:00p.m.- 1p.m. Fridays: 11-2pm & By Appointment Contact: [email protected]

GSA Meetings/ Officer Check In I will be sending out another Doodle poll with more dates in April for you to set-up a meeting time with me! Thanks to everyone who has met with me so far! Discuss what has been working well or not well with your GSA this year Discuss 2016-17 GSA Registration and officer transitions Discuss what you would like GSGA to improve next year Website Updates Under construction with redesign for next year Email me GSA news/photos to include: [email protected]

May include events to send out on listserv as well New dates for awards will go up May 1st Event Updates Excellent turnout so far -- end of year celebration announced this week w/ family friendly & pub event Contact us to co-sponsor any April events GRADUATE TRUSTEE REPORT To the General Assembly of the GSGA Wednesday, April 5th, 12:30 p.m. African-American Cultural & Resource Center

GSGA-BOT Report Construction of new Business School building has begun. The bus drop off location on main street will change to the front of the Campus Green Garage Spring Graduation is scheduled for April 29 th starting at 9am in Nippert. The graduate school will award 1419 masters degrees and 296 doctoral degrees! UCs All University Recognition Ceremony is schedule for April 9th at 4pm. Recognition will include the first annual Presidential Medal of Graduate Student Excellence winners

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