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2019 ACSA Board Candidates & Results

January 9, 2019

RESULTS
The ACSA board of directors is pleased to announce the results of the 2019 ACSA Elections:

 

Second Vice PresidentRobert Alexander González, Texas Tech University
At-Large Director Position 1Courtney Crosson, University of Arizona
At-Large Director Position 2Jeff L. Day, University of Nebraska Lincoln
They will be joined by Adam Gregory Fogel (Illinois Institute of Technology / AIAS) as incoming ACSA Student Director. 
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Candidates & Online Voting
Below is information on the 2019 ACSA election, including candidate information. Official ballots were emailed to all full-member ACSA schools' Faculty Councilors, who are the voting representatives. Faculty Councilors must complete the online ballot by close of business, February 8, 2019.

 

+ Download a single PDF of all candidates statements & short curriculum vitae



2019 ACSA SECOND VICE PRESIDENT CANDIDATES

The Second Vice President will serve on the Board for a four-year term, beginning on July 1, 2019, with the first year served as Second Vice President, the second year served as First Vice President/President-Elect, the third year served as President, and the fourth year served as Past President. The links below include campaign statements written by each candidate and short curriculum vitae.

          
     
 Phoebe Crisman  
 University of Virginia
  Robert Alexander González
Texas Tech University


 ACSA AT-LARGE DIRECTORS

The At-Large Director serves for a three-year term, beginning on July 1, 2019. At-Large Directors serve as voting members of the Board. In addition, they have the following roles and responsibilities: (A) Liaison With Member Schools, including participating in organized business meetings; maintaining contact with Faculty Councilors and others associated with member schools; assisting member schools upon request; advising candidate or affiliated schools; and advising the Board of issues and concerns raised by members; (B) Contributing to the Work of the Board through actively serving on Board committees and contributing to collective deliberations; and (C) Performing Other Duties, as provided by the Rules of the Board of Directors or requested by the Board. The links below include campaign statements written by each candidate and short curriculum vitae.

2019 AT-LARGE DIRECTOR POSITION 1 CANDIDATES

          
     
 Courtney Crosson  
 
University of Arizona 
   Taryn L. Sabia
 University of South Florida                           

                                        
2019 AT-LARGE DIRECTOR POSITION 2 CANDIDATES

          
     
 Jeffrey L. Day  
University of Nebraska Lincoln
   Andrés Mignucci
Universidad de Puerto Rico

                                  


ACSA Election Process

ACSA Bylaws, Article VIII. Nominations, Elections, and Recall, Section 3: Election Process: “Elections shall be held in accordance with the Rules of the Board of Directors. Faculty Councilors of member schools shall be responsible for encouraging colleagues to express their views regarding candidates for Association elections, and shall submit the vote of the member school they represent on behalf of all members of the faculty. The Association shall announce the results of elections and appointments as soon as feasible, consistent with the Rules of the Board of Directors.”

The Faculty Councilor from each ACSA full-member school is the voting representative. Faculty Councilors must complete the online ballot by close of business, February 8, 2019.

Download a single PDF of all candidates statements & short curriculum vitae

  
  
2019 ACSA Board Election Timeline
   January 9, 2019       Ballots emailed to all full-member schools, Faculty Councilors
   February 8, 2019     Deadline for receipt of completed online ballots 
   March 2019              Winners announced at ACSA Annual Business Meeting in Pittsburgh

The Faculty Councilor from each ACSA full-member school is the voting representative and must complete the online ballot by close of business, February 8, 2019.  


Contact 
    Michelle Sturges, ACSA Membership Coordinator
    Phone: (202) 785-2324
    Email: msturges@acsa-arch.org

 

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