They worked so hard for your vote, and a handful still have work to do since run-offs are on March 6th and 7th. You'll want to know the candidates so you can make that final selection with confidence.
Here are the details for the Run-off Elections:
Tuesday, March 6th - Wednesday, March 7th
Vote online on this post (link will be available March 6th) or visit the polling stations in the HUC, Commons, or Sterne Library.
Feb. 21-22 Election Results, before Run-offs (PDF download)
Here are the candidate bios and the positions they are seeking:
- International Studies/Spanish
- Oneonta, Alabama
- I'm running because our undergraduate student body deserves a president that can identify with their struggles, advocate for their needs, and that represents students from all walks of life, not just an elite group.
- Marion, Alabama
- I am running for USGA President because I feel my leadership skills and experience will allow me to implement progressive change at UAB, while making sure that the voice of the student body is heard.
- Business Management and Biology
- Arab, Alabama
- As an incumbent Senator for the College of Arts and Sciences, I believe I am the best candidate for the position because I currently serve on the USGA Finance committee.
- Alexandria, Alabama
- I am running for USGA Senator to help better the collegiate life for students here at UAB.
- 3rd year; Senior
- Political Science and Broadcasting
- Trussville, Alabama
- To be different from the usual and bring a fresh perspective to this changing, developing phase of UAB that we have the ability to impact for the better.
Deborah Craddick (D.C.)
- Chemistry, Biochemistry concentration
- Abbeville, Alabama
- I am running as a student advocate for USGA because I believe I can effectively relay the voice of the student body and help ignite the movement toward possible changes on campus.
Arts and Sciences Senators
- Communications Management
- Birmingham, Alabama
- I would like to be more involved with other organizations besides IFC and my own fraternity, as well as help advocate for the College of Arts and Sciences.
- Gardendale, Alabama
- I am running for USGA Senator because I would like to represent the College of Arts and Sciences and voice any concerns or issues the school has so I can work with other USGA members to solve the addressed issues.
- Detroit, Michigan
- I am running for USGA so that I may both broaden my experiences and better serve the UAB community through an organization that is not premedical/biology based.