The members of WU-PSS are responsible for the governance of its affairs, including representing the pharmacy school student body, acting as a liaison between the School’s students and the faculty, staff, and administration, planning and executing activities on and off campus, and developing a rapport that promotes fellowship, scholarship, and the name of the Nesbitt School of Pharmacy.
|Vice President||Kimberly Yoo|
|Vice President||Hunnter Maxwell|
|Vice President||Kaylee Hornberger|
|Vice President||Anthony Poyer|
|Vice President||Philip Davis|
Senate Elections Procedure
Nominations for P1 Class President/Vice President
A representative from Senate will ask for nominations for Class President and Vice President during the first few minutes of a P1 class. No speeches are required at this time.
Final Nominations & Voting for P1 Class President/Vice President
A representative from Senate will ask for final nominations for Class President during the beginning of a P1 class. Candidates for President will be allowed to speak in front of their classmates and voting will commence via a paper ballot. The candidate who does not win may run down for the Vice President position.
A representative from Senate will then ask for final nominations for Class Vice President. Candidates will then be allowed to speak in front of their classmates and voting will commence via a paper ballot.
P2 mentors must finalize the Senate representatives from their respective Teams.
Used to request approval for pharmacy organization events including fundraisers, guest speakers, community service, etc.
Used to request funding allotted to your club from the Senate budget, including conference funds.
Activity log used to record community service, SD-IPPE hours, events like Legislative Day, study abroad and more.