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TAMIU Resources & Plans

 

NSLVE REPORTS

 

2012 & 2016 NSLVE Campus Report

2014 & 2018 NSLVE Campus Report

 

 

TAMIU CAMPUS PLANS

 

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge Action Plan 2020

Campus Vote Project Action Plan 2020

 

 

TAMIU ALL-IN DEMOCRACY CHALLENGE TASK FORCE

 

TAMIU’s ALL-IN Democracy Challenge Task Force is in charge of coordinating and overseeing the institution’s and task force’s work to increase civic learning and democratic engagement. This working group has diverse members with diverse resources that can be used to achieve this plan’s goals (please refer to our institution’s campus plans). Thus, the role of this group is to ensure that this plan is followed and that it proves to be as successful as possible in terms of organization, promotion, execution, manpower, and reflection.

 

Lead: Dr. Nicholas Hudson, Director of the Office of Student Orientation, Leadership, and Engagement, nicholashudson@tamiu.edu, (956) 326-2283, Dr. Daniel de La Miyar, Assistant Professional, University College.

Students: Mariana Rodriguez (Student Body President), Samantha Rivera (Vice-president, SGA) Emilia Trevino (Political Action Committee, SGA), Jorge Espinoza (Political Action Committee, SGA), Isabela Barrientos (Senator-at-Large, SGA), Ivette Soto (COAS Senator, SGA), Eduardo Martinez (COAS Senator, SGA), and Alyssa Wallace (president- Mobilize, Organize, Vote, and Empower (MOVE) at TAMIU). Other student leaders from diverse student organizations will join once our academic year begins and democratic engagement efforts are promoted.

Administration and staff: Gina Gonzalez (associate vice president for student life, division of student success), Thomas Mitchell (provost and vice president-academic affairs), Dr. Kevin Lindberg (associate provost-community engagement), Dr. Catheryn Weitman (dean-university college), Scheiby Fisher (Executive Director, Special Programs), Marcela Uribe (Learning Resources Coordinator, University College), Mika Akikuni (associate director-marketing), Christine Rojas (publications coordinator), Hilda Dennis (executive administrative assistant), Abigail Fernandez (manager-event services), Enrique Botello (director-event services), Manuel Vela (Housing) and Jake Hudspeth (Athletics), Pedro Rivera (Engagement Program Aid, Student Orientation, Leadership, and Engagement).

 

Dr. Nicholas Hudson and Dr. Daniel De La Miyar will be in charge of coordinating and overseeing the institution’s and task force’s work to increase civic learning and democratic engagement. An adherence to this plan and tracking of said adherence is expected. This working group has diverse members with diverse resources that can be used to achieve this plan’s goals. Thus, the role of this group is to ensure that this plan is followed and that it proves to be as successful as possible in terms of organization, promotion, execution, manpower, and reflection. Potential members for this taskforce will be reached out via email. This taskforce/working group is set to meet every week, starting on the first week of classes (August 24-28). Meetings will be held at the Office of Student Orientation, Leadership, and Engagement or the Zaffirini Success Center. In every weekly meeting, diverse goals and responsibilities will be discussed and assigned to individual members. Fulfillment of these goals and responsibilities will be tracked in following meetings.

 


 

PARTNERSHIPS

  • All-In Democracy Challenge
  • Campus Vote Project
  • Student Learn Students Vote
  • NASPA
  • Voter Friendly Campus
  • TurboVote
  • Ask Every Student