AAS Executive Board 2016-2017

President: Karen Blake '17  
Vice President: Chico Kosber '17
 
Treasurer: Aditi Krishnamurthy '18  
Secretary: Silvia Sotolongo '19
 
Judiciary Council Chair: Hao Liu '16  

AAS Constitutional Committees

At-large members in italics 

Budgetary Committee (8 senators, 1 at large): Pierre-Alexander Low '17, Jeremy Paula '17, Olivia Mastrangelo '18, Mohamed Ramy '18, Jacob Silverman '19

Elections Committee (5 senators): Carlos de Bracamonte '16, Manny Morales '16, Areej Hasan '18, Fawzi Itani '18, Aditi Krishnamurthy '18

Appointments Board (6 senators): Paul Gramieri '17, Cosette Lias '17, Pierre-Alexander Low '17, Areej Hasan '18, Mohamed Ramy '18, Cornell Brooks '19

 

AAS Standing Committees

AAS Standing Committee descriptions can be found in the AAS Bylaws

At-large members in italics

Transportation Council (5 senators): Jeremy Paula '17, Olivia Mastrangelo '18, Maeve McNamara '19, Ludia Ock '19, Silvia Sotolongo '19

Dining Services Committee (3 seantors, 2 at large):  Jamal Mtshali '16, Phillip Yan '18, Cornell Brooks '19

First-Year Life and Orientation Commitee (5 senators): Evelyn Ting '17, Alejandro Quintero '18, Cornell Brooks '19, Jacob Silverman '19, Will Zaubler '19

Student Community Engagement Fund: Chico Kosber '17

Arts Committee (4 senators, 2 at large): Fawzi Itani '18

Powerhouse Committee (1 senator, 3 at large, campus community coordinator): Namita Khajanchi '19, Trevor Smith '16, Jonny Yau '16, Katherine Santisi '18

AAS Special Committees

Traditions Committee: Peter Crane '15 (chair)

Recognizing the need for stronger community bonds, the Traditions Committee is charged with revitalizing inclusive traditions of Amherst College by encouraging the administration to reinstate select traditions and working with students to create new ones. The committee’s structure shall be informal, and any student who wishes to attend its meetings may do so. The Chair of the committee shall be elected by the Senate. In addition, the Campus Community Coordinator should attend committee meetings.

Faculty Committees

Faculty committee descriptions can be found in the faculty handbook

At-large members in italics 

College Council (President and 1 Senator from each class, 1 year terms):  Paul Gramieri '17, Sophie Murguia '17, Joshua Ferrer '18E

Committee on Priorities and Resources (CPR) (2 Senators, 2 year terms, elected in different years; one e-board member, 1 year term, without vote): RJ Kermes '16 (even fall term seat), Addie Curran '17 (elected even fall term), Tomi Williams '16 (ex-officio)

Committee on Educational Policy (CEP) (2 senators, 2 year terms, elected in different years; 1 at large member, 1 year term; one student from each the Humanities, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences): Chico Kosber '17 (odd fall term seat), Maeve McNamara (even fall term seat),

Committee on Discipline (2 Senators, 6 at large; two year terms): Fawzi Itani '18, Will Zaubler '19

Faculty Committee on Admission and Financial Aid (FCAFA) (1 senator, 1 at-large member; 2 year terms): Aditi Krishnamurthy '18, Rachel Nghe '16, Julia Rothacker '16 (Early Admissions appointee from Fall '14 to Spring '16)

Faculty Computing Committee (1 Senator): 

Faculty Orientation Committee (2 Senators): Manny Morales '16, Areej Hasan '18

 

Other Committees

At large members in italics

Title IX Review Committee (2 Senator, 3 at large): Cosette Lias '17, Will Zaubler '19, 

Committee on Physical Education and Athletics: Alena Marovitz

Student Computing Committee (4 Senators, 1 at large): Phillip Yan '18

Trustee Advisory Committee on Honorary Degrees (4 Senators: two juniors, two seniors; two year seats): Sam Keaser '17E, Chico Kosber '17, Pierre-Alexander Low '17

Five College Student Coordinating Board (1 senator): Alejandro Quintero '18

Facilities Working Group: 

Library Committee:

Alcohol and Other Drugs Task Force: Jesse Pagliuca '16, Camille Herzog '17 

Sexual Respect Task Force:  Maeve McNamara '19

Committee on Technology Support: Chico Kosber '17, Ying "Angelina" Guan '17

Mental Health and Wellness Committee (1 senator): 

Curriculum Commitee (1 senator, one at-large): Tasha Kim '18, Olivia Pinney '17

AAS Teaching Award Committee: