Greetings mathNEWS reader! After spending a weekend navigating in the dark with flashlights, Elizabeth McFaul is excited to be writing this lovely article in the filtered sunshine of the MC Comfy, which has a few more windows. There's nothing quite like fluorescent lights on an early Monday morning to get you excited and inspired... not.
That being said, I'm excited to say that I'm running for VPA! An awesome candidate for the role of Vice President Academics (VPA) for Mathsoc for the upcoming Fall 2011 term. I am a third year Math and Business Double Degree student. I'm interested in the position of VPA because I want to represent the interests of Math students. I'm organized and passionate about making the answers to academic questions easier to find. Summer plans? All set! Courses for next week's enrolment session? Not a clue. Academic planning is often last minute or late night procrastination, so it's so important that it's easy - not navigating twelve pages of quest, the undergrad calendar, and your friend's Facebook posts to figure out a decent schedule before enrolment opens in an hour.
To help you in the decision making process, here's some facts about me that you may or may not or may know:
Facts that had nothing to do with VPA. However, things I will be working towards, if elected, include:
If you have any questions, please send me an email (email@example.com) or check out my Facebook group Vote Elizabeth for Mathsoc VPA (http://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/160362414032559?ap=1). Thanks!