Current Commissions: The Food Insecurity and Campus Affordability Task Force, The Transfer Student Resource Commission (TSRC), The International Student Affairs Commission (ISAC), The Research and Polling Commission, The Campus Climate Commission, The First Year Programming Commission, The Community Improvement and Engagement Commission, The Student Wellness Commission, The Wolverine Consulting Group, The Mental Health Task Force, The Sexual Misconduct Task Force.
The Food Insecurity and Campus Affordability Task Force
Contact: Lauren Schandevel (email@example.com)
The Food Insecurity and Campus Affordability Task Force works to ensure that the needs of all students are met on campus. The Task Force will primarily work with other student groups to collect data on food insecurity and campus affordability. The Task Force will also work to utilize this research to promote a more affordable campus.
The Transfer Student Resource Commission (TSRC)
Contact: Iman Elkahlah(firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Transfer Student Resource Commission (TSRC) is responsible for advocating for the needs of transfer students on campus. One of the primary objectives of this group is to create a transfer student guide that helps acclimate transfer students to the Michigan campus, as well as Ann Arbor.
The International Student Affairs Commission (ISAC)
Contact: Henry Lin (email@example.com)
The International Student Affairs Commission (ISAC), similar to the TSRC, is creating a guide to help international students excel at Michigan. This resource guide will contain various resources and contact information. In addition, ISAC will be working with administration to facilitate social events for international students.
The Research and Polling Commission
Contact: Usha Yeruva (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Research and Polling Commission will work to ensure that Central Student Government serves the student body through thoughtful, data-driven decisions. This commission will provide any and all research support for Central Student Government, specifically in terms of food insecurity, campus affordability, mental health, and sexual misconduct on college campuses.
The Campus Climate Commission
Contact: Brianna Wells (email@example.com)
The Campus Climate Commission will work to ensure that all students on campus feel safe and supported. Specifically, the commission will work with students within the liaison program to ensure that student organizations are truly being supported by CSG. In addition, the commission will oversee a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Working Group as well as an LGBTQ+ Alliance Subcommission to further bolster steps towards creating a positive campus climate.
The First Year Programming Commission
The First Year Programming Commission will work to promote first year programming activities. The commission will also work with administration to strengthen the Wolverine Pathways program and with orientation leaders to ensure that first year students are aware of the many resources the University provides.
The Community Improvement and Engagement Commission
Contact: Aashika Shetty (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Community Improvement and Engagement Commission includes three sub-commissions focused on: Detroit engagement, sustainability, and government relations. The commission as a whole will work to conduct research and provide ways in which the administration can better serve the student body.
The Student Wellness Commission
Contact: Merissa Maccani (email@example.com)
The Student Wellness Commission is responsible for facilitating ways for students to practice the eight wheels of wellness. The commission will not only bolster the work other commissions do, but they will specifically ensure that students have access to resources that will promote their social and intellectual (and academic) wellness.
The Wolverine Consulting Group
Contact: Andrea Lum (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Wolverine Consulting Group Commission provides consulting services for student organizations on campus. By working constructively with student organizations, they will aid these groups in achieving their full potential. The consultants will work closely with the leaders of student organizations to understand problem areas, offer solutions, and oversee the implementation of appropriate changes. The Commission shall offer consulting services in three main areas: Finance, Leadership and Organizational Structure, and Marketing/Brand Management.
The Mental Health Task Force
Contact: Narmeen Rehman (email@example.com), Brendan McCarthy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Mental Health Task Force will work with different groups on campus, especially CAPS in Action, to facilitate a greater dialogue about how students can help other students in taking care of their mental wellbeing. In addition, the mental health task force will work to facilitate a summit where students will be able to engage in important dialogue concerning mental health on college campuses.
The Sexual Misconduct Task Force
Contact: Mikayla Leef (email@example.com)
The Sexual Misconduct Task Force will focus on ensuring that the CSG engages in important dialogue surrounding sexual health and awareness, as well as sexual misconduct on college campuses. The task force will work with SAPAC to disseminate information regarding sexual assault and prevention. In addition, the task force will work with administration to ensure all current information regarding sexual misconduct and prevention is accurate.