Revamping the Readership Program
New signage to identify readership locations will be installed inearly September.
All students living in Residence Halls will receive a USA Todaywith a sticker
saying “Brought to you by your Undergraduate
Student Government. You can get the USA Today, New York Times, or Denver Post, free of charge to you at any of the USG
sponsored readership locations on our campus.” Or something
Rock the Vote and New Era Colorado
Both neutral political organizations that want to increase voterregistration and turnout. Both will be tabling with USG at PioneerCarnival and USG will work with them to construct an awarenesscampaign in early October.
Chancellor Dinners Scheduled for fall quarter 2010
Attendance has been divided among USG President, USG Vice-President, and USG President Pro-Tempore.
Tasks in Progress:
Funding application and funding body
As mentioned in our last meeting, USG has the ability to significantlyinfluence attendance at events and interaction among students that wouldnormally not interact. In order for an organization to receive its fullfunding request, it will need to co-program with another organization at anathletic event and attend a few events that will be determined in earlySeptember.
The funding body is still in the development stage but as of now it willhave a representative from each major funding body and all applicationswill be presented by the USG President. Still in conversation with theStudent Comptroller regarding specifics.
New Student Entrance and Banners in Student Section
It is almost done!
Have been working with Stu Halsall,
Assistant Vice-Chancellor of Recreation and Building Operations
, and Angel Field,
Assistant Athletic Director
, to develop this new entrance.
All promotional materials (i.e. Denver Arch for entrance, banners, etc.)will cost approximately $20,000. USG will be working with Angel andStu to install the materials in a two-phase process to cut down onimmediate cost. This quote also includes the new banners to cover theeast and west walls of the student section (hockey) in the Ritchie Center.
Pins Recognition Project
This project has student organizations order a number of pins with theirlogo and the academic year on it to present to each member at the end of the year.