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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Division of Student Affairs Spotlight: Jared Gogets
 

Summary: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Division of Student Affairs Spotlight: Jared Gogets
Jared Gogets is a senior who is double-majoring in both Corporate Communications and Broadcast
Journalism from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is actively involved in the UH Community and is one
of the University of Houston's most active student leaders.
During the 2010 academic year, Jared served as the Vice President of Marketing and Assessment for
the Student Program Board (SPB) and will continue with his involvement in SPB as President. In his
new role, Jared plans to continue the Student Program Board's tradition by planning bigger and better
events, host a large concert, create a speaker series, and plan trips to UH Men's and Women's away
games. For more information about SPB visit www.uh.edu/spb.
Additionally, Jared begins his in second year as Chair of the UC Policy Board and Co-Chair of the
UC Transformation Project. As Chair of UC Policy Board, Jared helping lead the charge to transform
the vacant space, which formally housed Chili's too, into a quiet day lounge space for students and an
evening programming space. This project is set to be open for the upcoming year. As part of his
duties as Co-Chair for the UC Transformation Project, Jared has been instrumental in many facets of
the approval phase for the two additions to the University Center (UC), so that construction can begin
next year. Details about the UC Transformation project can be found at www.uh.edu/thenewuc.
In April of 2011, Jared began his role as Student Government Association (SGA) Senator-at-Large
#3, and traveled to Austin along with other members of SGA to represent the University of Houston.
Jared plans to help spread awareness about the importance of student involvement with in SGA. For

  

Source: Azevedo, Ricardo - Department of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Houston

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine; Environmental Sciences and Ecology