Voting Now Open for 2013-2014 Alumni Council

All alumni of UArts and its prior iterations can vote through April 10, 2013

Alumni Council 2012 - 2013

March 27, 2013

The Alumni Association is currently holding elections for the 2013-2014 Alumni Council, a partner to the Office of Alumni Relations in its efforts to engage, advance and support the University of the Arts, its alumni and students through a variety of programs, services and volunteer opportunities.

All alumni of UArts and its prior iterations are eligible and encouraged to vote. Voting runs through Wednesday, April 10.

Candidates running for the 2013-2014 Alumni Council:

Carrie Galbraith MFA '01 (Book Arts/Printmaking)
Natasha Goldstein Levitas BFA '00 (Dance Education)
TJ Walsh BS '07 (Graphic Design)

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Members of the Alumni Council are elected based upon a variety of factors, including their demonstrated leadership and service to their chosen profession, UArts and the community. Candidates should have a strong belief and commitment to the mission of the Alumni Association. To that end, the Alumni Association is actively seeking a representative group of qualified nominees who meet this criteria and who are eager and willing to commit their time and share their wisdom in representing the alumni constituency.

Council members are expected to accept a leadership and participatory role by working closely with the Office of Alumni Relations and the Alumni Association to further its mission and its initiatives. Council participation requires a time commitment at semi-annual meetings of the full board, monthly committee meetings, and a presence at campus and alumni events. Members are expected to make a financial contribution each year to the University's Annual Fund or other UArts' designation of their choice, ensuring 100 percent Council participation. Elected members will serve three-year terms beginning July 1, 2013.

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 215-717-6139 or alumni@uarts.edu.

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