I believe that in order to have successful relationships between students and administration, there needs to be clear communication and a respectful environment where everyone can feel engaged, supported and invigorated. As the ASGC President I feel compelled to support our student body to pursue professional development, networking opportunities and recognition within our cohort. I look forward to building a foundation of open communication and partnership between students, administration and graduate programs within the Arts and Sciences and beyond. I hope to build on the work that has been done before me and forge ahead into the 2017-2018 academic year with fresh ideas and inspiration.
Hailing from Macau, China, Imfan brings a rich global perspective to her experience in the M.F.A. in Arts Leadership program. Imfan received a bachelor degree in Marketing from the University of Macau in 2014. She loves exploring arts and cultural opportunities through volunteering and popping up at events all over town. She is excited to serve on Seattle University's Arts and Sciences Graduate Council to get MFA students connected to the council and campus.
Mon-Cheri is a second year student in the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Program with a specialization in Investigative Criminology. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from the University of Washington - Tacoma.
Puao received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice from Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. She is in her second year of the Master of Arts in Criminal Justice program, specializing in Investigative Criminology. She gained interest in the Criminal Justice field as she approached graduate studies. Moving forward, she wishes to communicate and reach out to the Graduate Community at Seattle University as well as students and individuals that surround us beyond campus.
Karya recently graduate with a B.A. in Studio Art focusing in photography from Willamette University in Salem, Oregon and is currently in her second year of the M.F.A. in Arts Leadership program. She is excited to represent her program and get more involved in the Seattle University community.
Alexa Huling is a 2nd year student in the Master of Social Work program. Recently, she has been working as a chemical dependency professional and case manager with justice involved veterans. She is looking forward to being involved with the grad school council.
Emily is a second year student in the Masters of Social Work Program. She received her bachelors degree from Washington State University in Psychology with a minor in Human Development. She looks forward to represent her program in Social Work and is looking forward to getting to know other grad students on campus.
Kat Cole loved Seattle University so much, she came back. Starting her undergrad career at Seattle University she got her BS in Psychology and is now in her first year of the Masters of Social Work Program. She is the Seattle University NASW representative as well as a proud member of the Arts and Sciences Graduate Council. Recently, she has worked with vulnerable populations within the city of Bellevue as well as young adults with mood and anxiety disorders. She looks forward to another wonderful year growing at Seattle University.
Frankie John was born in Germany and has lived and worked in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the USA. She received a bachelor degree from the European Business School London and Paris in Business and Entrepreneurship. Additionally, she holds a degree in Nutrition. She is passionate to learn about different cultures and connect with people. Her free time is spent doing yoga, running around the city, cooking or climbing mountains. Frankie is excited to represent the MAP program and be in involved and positively contribute to the Seattle University community.
Chris Perry is a Pacific Northwest native who recently graduated summa cum laude from the University of Washington with a BA in psychology and minor in bioethics. There, he spent much of his time researching the interaction of substance use disorders and sexuality with HIV. With a large focus of his undergraduate career on issues pertaining to social justice, he is excited to bring this work to Seattle University, and to lend a voice to the master’s in psychology program within the Arts and Sciences Graduate Counsel to foster an environment that is most conducive to learning.
Samantha Drennon is a first year student in the Master of Nonprofit Leadership program at Seattle University. With an undergrad in Education, Samantha has a deep rooted passion for education and closing the education gap. She has experience in direct service and macro level nonprofit work. Samantha currently also works at Seattle University as the Executive Coordinator for Diversity and Inclusion. Her work is driven by her commitment to social justice, equity and inclusion for all. Samantha is excited to be a part of the Arts and Sciences Graduate Council.
Laura Hauck-Vixie began her academic career as an undergraduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences at Seattle University, majoring in Spanish and Sociology. Laura began her advising career in the SU Albers School of Business and Economics graduate programs and currently serves as an advisor to the following Arts and Sciences populations: transfer, graduate, readmit, post-baccalaureate, reciprocal exchange, Running Start, and Pacific Northwest Ballet.
For more information, contact ASGC@seattleu.edu.