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2022 GPSA election results announced

Out of 55 total positions, 47 had candidates in the running

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Graduate and Professional Student Association

The Graduate and Professional Student Association 2022 election results were announced Sunday. Three candidates ran for GPSA president, and 47 positions saw candidates running out of the 55 available seats, both executive and assembly, within GPSA.

READ MORE: A rundown of the 2022 GPSA executive cabinet candidates

GPSA Executive Positions

For the position of GPSA president, Florian A. Schneider beat out two other candidates for the position.

Megan McCaughan will serve as the vice president of internal affairs, Jamal Brooks-Hawkins will serve as the vice president of external affairs, Suli Adeniye will serve as the vice president of professional development, Surya Prakash will serve as the vice president of campus engagement, and Misturah Odesanya closes out the 2022-23 GPSA executive cabinet as the elections commissioner for the 2023-24 GPSA elections.

GPSA Assembly 

For the GPSA assembly, 21 students were elected for the 2022-23 school year. 

Samantha Fessler and Kylie Wilson ran unopposed and won the two assembly seats for the College of Health Solutions.

Aaron Cromar and Alma Manzo ran unopposed and won the two assembly seats for the Edson College and Nursing and Health Innovation.

Priyanka Nakkella won one of the three seats for the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. The other two seats remain open.

Sulagna Sahu won the single seat for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering: School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering

Bhavya Shah won the single seat for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering: School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering.

Joshua Schwartz won the single seat for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering: School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering.

Monish Dev Sudhakhar won the single seat for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering: School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy

Nerainjan Isai Isaiarasan won the seat for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering: School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment

Germaine Koziarski won one of the three seats for the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. The other two seats remain open.

Stacey Hall won the seat for the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law: 3L.

Nana Sakyiwa Brown-Wood won the seat for the College of Global Futures: School of Sustainability. 

Kelly Baur won the seat for The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Humanities.

Oscar Mancinas won the seat for The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Social Sciences.

Danny Jackson won the seat for The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Life Sciences.

Reeham R. Mohammed won one of the three seats for The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at-large seats. The other two seats remain open.

Melissa Ballesteros won one of the two seats for the Thunderbird School of Global Management. The other seat remains open.

Christian Aleman won one of the three seats for the W.P. Carey School of Business. The other two seats remain open.

Lalique Cervantes and Tanya Burgess won two of the three seats for the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions. The other seat remains open.

The single seats for the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering: The Polytechnic School, New College, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law: 2L, College of Global Futures: School for the Future of Innovation in Society, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Natural Sciences, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts and Online Programs At-Large had no candidates and will remain open.

The two seats for Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law: Law At-Large will remain open. The three seats for Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering: At-Large will remain open. The five seats for the Graduate College At-Large will remain open. Students also voted to pass a referendum to grant full membership to online graduate and professional students through amending the GPSA constitution.


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Morgan FischerPolitics Editor

Morgan Fischer is the politics editor, she works with her desk to cover topics related to politics in the ASU community. She has previously worked as an intern for RightThisMinute. 


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