TTUHSC Student Government Association to Present New Officers and Awards

WHAT:           The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) Student Government Association (SGA) will host its awards and annual installation banquet.


WHEN:           5:30 p.m. Friday (April 29)


WHERE:         Legacy Event Center, 1500 14th St.


EVENT:          Newly elected SGA officers, outstanding faculty, students and graduating seniors will be honored. Outgoing SGA officers Mike Russell, Monish Makena, Cheyenne Mangold and Terrance Rodrigues will be recognized and the new officers for 2016-2017 will take their oath of office as the transfer of the gavel is made.


Elected officers include:


  • President — Cheyenne Mangold
  • Vice President of Communications — Sarah Jaroudi
  • Vice President of Operations — Jane Gilmore
  • Vice President of Finance — Amanda Mitchell


The SGA serves as the voice for students and focuses on a number of key projects. This banquet is an opportunity to honor faculty and senators who are mentors and go above and beyond.


CONTACT:      Suzanna Cisneros,

                          (806) 743-7605


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