Chris Carver – Our Division. Our Stories.

Christina Carver, She/Her Office Manager; Residential Life, Housing, and Food Service About Me I’m really just a gigantic nerd disguised as a functional adult. I’ve worked in comic book stores on two continents, like playing arcade games, was a semi-professional belly dancer for 21 years, and love spending time with my husband and two children. …

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Jim Fitzsimmons – Our Division. Our Stories.

Jim Fitzsimmons, He/Him Director, Fitness and Recreational Sports About Me I’m just a guy who has allowed his passions to guide his purpose. I have been lucky enough to travel most of the world and it has convinced me relationships and experiences matter more than all of life’s trinkets. I find 99% of what people …

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Saundra Mitrovich – Our Division. Our Stories.

Saundra Mitrovich, She/Her Outreach and Retention Coordinator The Center: Every Student. Every Story About Me Saundra Mitrovich was born in Paradise, California and raised in Oroville, California and is an enrolled member of the Tyme Maidu Tribe of the Berry Creek, Rancheria as well as a descendant of the Yahmonee Maidu Tribe in Quincy, California. …

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Where are all of the women?

By Amy Koeckes Associate Director, Student Engagement Outreach The Associated Students at the University of Nevada (ASUN) student government was founded in 1898 at the University of Nevada, Reno and currently has 24 elected student government positions per academic year. Research conducted through University archives shows, in ASUN’s 100+ year history, the students have elected …

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Institutional Socialization and Difference

By Sandra Rodríguez Director of the ASUN Center for Student Engagement Whether or not Higher Education as an institution can evolve into an entity with greater depth and meaning is challenged if it is rooted in cultural hegemony, that is, the cultural dominance of one social group – the white, educated, upper class in the …

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