Hey Cougs! My name is Brian Patrick and I'm the ASWSU President. I'm from Yakima, WA, and I'm a junior studying Business Management with a focus on innovation and change. While at WSU I've been President of SHRM club as well as Vice President of Recruitment for my fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon. In my free time, I enjoy fishing, hiking, spending time with family, and living the Pullman experience. I can't wait to get everyone back on campus and work with our team to serve all students at WSU. Go Cougs!
Hello Cougs! I am Alexander Pan, a current senior majoring in Finance, Accounting, and Economics with an emphasis in Financial Markets. During my time at WSU, I have served as the Vice President of Learning Community for my fraternity, represented the WSU student body for two terms as the ASWSU Director of Community Affairs, and was an ambassador for the Carson College of Business. During my free time, I enjoy fishing and bowhunting! This next year, I look forward to meeting new students and working on projects to make meaningful change on our campus and to ensure every student has a beneficial experience! Go Cougs!
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The Department of University Affairs deals with issues pertaining to student and academic needs.
The Department of Legislative Affairs takes care of lobbying efforts on behalf of ASWSU and increasing civic engagement.
The Department of Community Affairs works with the City of Pullman to ensure the student of WSU and the community members of Pullman have a mutually beneficial relationship.
The Department of Diversity and Inclusion works to promote diversity and inclusion, and bring attention/resources to under represented groups on campus.
The Department of Health and Safety works to improve health resources, and increase safety on the Washington State Pullman campus.