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SGA Senate

The SGA Senate consists of up to 8 elected student representatives. This body acts as the voice of the students by addressing and remedying concerns and taking the initiative with student ideas. Much like the senate in Washington D.C., this body acts through drafting, debating and passing legislation.

Though much of the work done on the resolutions and bills happens during the week or in committee meetings, the Senate votes on and debates all pieces of legislation at official senate sessions. Each meeting contains a public comment section in the beginning, during which guests are free to voice their opinions, concerns, or ideas.


Adam Biel
Speaker Pro Tempore


303-615-0899



abiel1@msudenver.edu

Position Role:
Student Employee

Office Location:
TV

Office Number:
307

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday : 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM  

 

Campus Box Number:
173362


Directory Profile

Bio:

Adam Biel is serving as Speaker Pro Teimpro. Adam, academically, is a junior this year and is majoring in Theater. He is a very busy advocate on and off campus. His on-campus involvement includes various theater extracurriculars. His passion is free speech.



Logan DeByle
Senator


303-615-0899



idebyle@msudenver.edu

Position Role:
Student Employee

Office Location:
TV

Office Number:
307

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday : 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM 

Campus Box Number:
39


Directory Profile



Daniel Dudley
Senator


303-615-0899



ddudley9@msudenver.edu

Position Role:
Student Employee

Office Location:
TV

Office Number:
307

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday : 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM 

Campus Box Number:
307


Directory Profile

Bio:

Daniel Dudley is a first generation Denver, Colorado native and an aspiring Human Resource Professional. Once I gain more HR experience I hope to contribute to training and/or development in regards to LGBT employees in the workplace and contribute to diversity and inclusion programs. Most of my work experience has been in customer service.

Senator Dudley started college at the Community College of Denver in 2016 and worked in the Office of Registration and Records as a customer and staff assistant. As a part of my degree requirements I completed an internship and learned a great deal as an assistant at CCD’s Advanced Manufacturing Center under its director Matthew Sweeney. I graduated in 2017 with my Associates Degree of Applied Science Business Tech Administrative Professional. I transferred to Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2018 and am working towards earning my Bachelor’s Degree in Management with a concentration in Human Resource Management.



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