Board of Recreational Sports
What is the Board of Recreational Sports?
The Board of Recreational Sports is the primary governing body for all aspects of the student fee funded Department of Recreational Sports. It is the responsibility of the Board to review the operation and use policy for all facilities, the development and implementation of all programs and services, and monitor financial activity of the departments. The Board also represents the university community in long range strategic planning and the request for student fee funding.
Who is on the Board?
The Board is composed of seven students and one alternate student and five faculty or staff members.
The faculty members will be composed of one each representing Student Affairs, the College of Health and Human Sciences and Intercollegiate Athletics, and two at-large faculty/staff. These appointments are made through the Office of the Vice Provost of Student Affairs and are for three-year terms. The Director of Recreational Sports will serve as ex-officio member.
The ASOSU Executive Director of Committees will appoint student members for one-year terms. The members will be composed of the ASOSU Vice President and six at-large students (undergraduate or graduate). There will be one alternate student member appointed.
2012-2013 Board Members
- John Cheney, Intercollegiate Athletics
- Steve Lawton, College of Business
- Karen Swanger, College of Public Health & Human Sciences
- Shannon Quihuiz, Student Conduct & Mediation
- Tom Kirch, Recreational Sports
- Nicole Garton, Exercise & Sport Psychology student
- Jared Haddock, Human Development & Family Science student
- Priscilla Macy, Business student
- Kesh Phillips, Music student
- Jeanette Stager, Interior Design student
- Andrew Struthers, Finance and Business Information student
- Sokho Eath, Political Science Student student
How do I get involved?
If you want more information or if you are interested in being on the board please contact:
ASOSU Executive Director of Committees, 737-6352, email@example.com