SRU students present at student government conference
April 17, 2019
Eight Slippery Rock University students presented two workshops at the Conference on Student Government Associations in Houston, Texas. The students, all senators from the Slippery Rock Student Government Association, presented "Facing Food Insecurity on Your Campus" and "Serving Students During a Presidential Search."
COSGA, hosted by students from Texas A&M University, is an annual convention of college student governments that serves as the largest student-run student government conference in the United States. The conference is attended by hundreds of delegates representing student governments from around the world with a goal of improving student government associations by creating an environment for open discussion.
SRU presenters included:
- Maggie Calvert, a senior dual major in political science and philosophy from Butler.
- Taylor Cochran, a senior early childhood/special education major from Natrona Heights.
- Madison Cox, a freshman physics major from Canonsburg.
- Kaitlyn Hazelett, a senior dual major in accounting and finance from Sarver.
- Samantha Kochis, a junior music education major from Cranberry Township.
- Joseph Sciuto, a freshman social work major from New Wilmington.
- Logan Tupper, a senior health care and administration major from Butler.
- Cale Walker, a junior exercise science major from Dillsburg.