Agricultural Communication sophomore Miranda Miser was elected to serve as the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) Senator for the 2015-2016 academic year during the Ohio State Undergraduate Student Government (USG) elections in April.
As a senator, Miser serves in the General Assembly which is to act as the student voice on issues pertinent to campus affairs, as well as to steer the direction of executive committees of the Cabinet. While committees have not been selected, Miser is interested in serving on the government relations and allocations committee.
With her role as CFAES Senator, she is also required to serve on the executive committee of the CFAES Student Council.
“I am very excited to take the information I receive from USG and share with the organizations in my constituency,” said Miser. “In particular, I would like to share the funding opportunities that USG offers that not aware to every organization.”
In addition to being a communicator between CFAES and USG, Miser is eager to work with other USG senators on passing important resolutions. Some issues that are very important to her include student safety, meal plans, sexual assault and affordability.
Miser will be a junior studying agricultural communication in Autumn 2015. She is from Cumberland, Ohio.