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Campus Student Election Commission

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Official Elections Results 3/11/14
College Vote Total  
 
Illinois Student Senate  
First Name Last Name Vote Total  
ACES (3)
Sarah  Hochman 224  
Kevin  Zook 209
Madison Scanlan 193
College of Applied Health Sciences (2)
Alyssa Neimark 142
Kendall Hellman 8
Institute of Aviation (1)
N/A    
College of Business/Commerce
Accountancy (1)
Ronald Lewis 203
Business Administration (2)
Zachary Bass 209
Finance/Unassigned (1)
Scott Grubczak 188
College of Media (1)
Victor  Rivera 66
         
College of Social Work (1)
Rachel Fisher** 1
College of Education (1)
College of Engineering
Electrical/Computer (2)
     
     
Mechanical/Industrial/Agricultural/Engineering Mechanics (2)
Vaibhav Maheshwari Maheshwari 176
Civil/Environmental/General/Materials Science/Physics (2)
Matthew Yi Chang 162
Aeronautical/Astronautical/Nuclear Plasma Radiological (1)
College of Fine and Applied Arts
Architecture/Art/Landscape (2)
     
     
Dance/Music/Theatre/Urban Planning (1)
Joshua Johnson 72
Graduate College (11)
Kevin  Seymour 227
Calvin  Lear 8
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS)
Life Sciences (3)
Joshua Baalman 525
     
     
Humanities (4)
Laura Saldivar 435
Matt Hill 429
Christopher Smiciklas 383
Steven Zhang 359
Physical Sciences/Mathematics (3)
Matthew Coppola Coppola 429
Aishwarya Patel Patel 424
Bilal Chaudhary Chaudhary 366
Social Sciences (4)
Mitch  Dickey 409
Kathryn  Schrantz 398
Nicholas  Spiekhout 376
Jvon C.  Howard 21
General Curriculum (4)
Daniel Donofrio 70
Mark Schaer 61
Student Trustee (1)
Lucas  Frye 1195
Official Elections Results 3-11-14
Student Organization Resource Fee (SORF) Board
Undergraduate
Jaylin McClinton 1149
Victor Rivera 956
Dionne  Gatling 949
Frantz  Jacques 931
Colton  Kochunme 912
Karim  Popatia 855
Graduate
Shawn Gordon 965
Official Elections Results 3-06-14
Referenda

Cleaner Energy Technologies Fee

Question: Do you support the continuation of the $2.00 per semester student fee to support renewable energy projects and energy conservation projects on campus?

Explanation:
The Cleaner Energy Technologies fee was established in 2003 with the following mandate: “To purchase cleaner energy technologies for campus including solar, wind, hydrogen, and geothermal projects, energy efficiency purchases, and the purchase of renewable energy from non-University producers.”

The Student Sustainability Committee, a group of ten students, six faculty, and five staff, governs this fee. Since the fee’s inception, it has supported 13 projects and initiatives, including solar panels for the new Electrical and Computer Engineering Building and the Business Instructional facility and a geothermal energy project at Allerton Park.

  YES - 2861
NO - 623  
 
 

Legacy of Service and Learning Scholarship Fee

Question: Do you support the continuation of the $12.94 per semester Legacy of Service and Learning Scholarship fee?

Explanation:
Established in 2006, this fee provides a source of need/merit-based scholarships that is intended to include a community service component.

The fees collected are used partially to award over two hundred scholarships to undergraduates, and fellowships to several graduate students. Part of the fees collected is used to fund an endowment that will insure continued growth of the program.

  YES - 2016
NO - 1380
 
 

Sustainable Campus Environment Fee

Question: Do you support the continuation of the $12.06 per semester student fee to support sustainability projects on campus?

Explanation:
The Sustainable Campus Environment fee was established in 2007 with the following mandate: “To help establish a sustainable campus environment by financing initiatives such as green buildings, engagement of the university community, recycling, energy efficiency, and environmentally responsible purchasing.”

The Student Sustainability Committee, a group of ten students, six faculty, and five staff, governs this fee. Since the fee’s inception, it has supported 74 projects and initiatives, including the Sustainable Student Farm, bicycling infrastructure and services, student projects like the Illinois Biodiesel Initiative, Learning in Community classes (ENG 315), and many more.

  YES - 2670
NO - 824