The Slippery Rock Student Government Association (SRSGA) announced the 38 winners to executive board and Senate positions Friday, its second-largest elected body.
Last fall, 39 students were elected to Senate positions, but many rescinded after being selected.
Mia Graziani, the current vice president of internal affairs, will take over for President Joey Sciuto.
Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion Alexis Gish won her reelection. Her opponent, Alexis Jones was elected as a College of Health, Engineering and Science senator.
Parliamentarian Grant Warmbein won a three-way race for vice president of academic and student affairs against Sens. Caleb Covey and Gabriel Stiles. Both were re-elected as senators, with Covey selected as an at-large senator and Stiles a College of Education senator.
Overall, 24 sitting members were either reelected or won executive board seats.
Two Candidates for the College of Health, Engineering and Science senator positions will possibly have a runoff election at a later day due to a tie. After that special election, one of the candidates, either Leah Corbett or Madison Moore, will take the position and the other will be moved to an at-large senate seat.
After that is resolved, the Senate will have 11 vacant positions, including four freshman seats. The other open seats are one commuter and graduate, two residence halls, and three at-large. Elections for those vacancies will be held early fall.
The student body also elected Richard Torpey as the veteran senator. The position was vacant all this year.
The SRSGA has two more formal meetings before the end of the school year. Their next formal meeting will be held Monday, April 12 at 5 p.m. via Zoom.
2021-2022 SRSGA Election Results
Mia Graziani – President
Grant Warmbein – Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs
Dean Chasser – Vice President of Finance
Elizabeth Hood – Vice President of Internal Affairs
Aiden Donnelly – Vice President of Campus Outreach
Alexis Gish – Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion
College of Business Senators
College of Education Senators
College of Health, Engineering and Science Senators
College of Liberal Arts Senators
*Tied- Runoff election date to be determined