ASUCI Senate Minutes
Tuesday, May 17, 2016

 • Called to Order by Jermakian at 5:06

Attendance
Approval of Minutes
o Motion: Baranwal / Second: Khosravi
Approval of Agenda
o Hong: I move to amend the agenda adding B51-14, B51-15, R51-86, B51-16 to the agenda under New Business Second: Khosravi (Requires 2/3rds vote)
 Vote on amendment Passes 11-0-0 Yea: Carlson, Mayer, Fan, Khandadash, Aldoghmi, Kekejian, Baranwal, Hong, Vuligonda, Cheng, Reynolds 
o Hong: I move to amend adding a discussion on B51-14 under New Business Second: Cheng
 Vote on amendment Passes 11-0-0 Yea: Carlson, Mayer, Fan, Khandadash, Aldoghmi, Kekejian, Baranwal, Hong, Vuligonda, Cheng, Reynolds
o Motion: Baranwal/ Second: Khosravi
Public Comment
o No public comment
Executive Officer Reports
o President: Next week we will have our last Artlab event of the year. There are some budgetary changes we are making to some agenda items. We believe that we will not go over budget for the first time. We are focusing on the New Constitution and collaboration between this year and next years executive cabinet to transition into that new Constitution. If you have any questions about this transition please ask me. Finally, we attended the meeting with president Napolitano and we have gotten approval of resources for undocumented students. We look forward to seeing how that funding will be spent on our campus. The audit that was released by associates of UCSA was found to be quite flawed and the UCOP has released its own internal audit and information. Please read both of these reports and make your own budgets. 
o Academic Affairs; We are having an event with the School of Education to talk about opportunities that an education major or minor provides.
o Student Services: Summerlands is next week and wristbands will be available on Thursday. Guest tickets will be $10. We are selling Summerlands merchandise currently along with our sponsors Rockstar and Dave&Busters. Additionally, there will be other student organizations and groups selling food.
o EVP: We are mostly done with events for the quarter. Governor Brown released a new budget and a $51 million dollar funding packet has been released.
Special Committee Reports
o Parking Committee: No report. 
o Elections Code Reform Committee: We have gotten through about 2/3rds of the elections code and will hopefully complete it today.
o Bylaw Reform Committee: We will begin work on this soon.
Old Business
o No old business
New Business
o Presentation on B51-14 5:32
o Executive Office Budget Reports 5:48
o B51-13: Stipend Allocation 6:16
 Reynolds: I move to amend the bill fixing several spelling errors Second: Mayer
 Vote on amendment Passes 11-0-0 Yea: Carlson, Mayer, Fan, Khandadash, Aldoghmi, Kekejian, Baranwal, Hong, Vuligonda, Cheng, Reynolds 
 Khosravi: I move to commit B51-13 to Finance Committee Second: Reynolds
 Vote to commit B51-14 to Finance Committee B51-13 Passes 11-0-0 Yea: Carlson, Mayer, Fan, Khandadash, Aldoghmi, Kekejian, Baranwal, Hong, Vuligonda, Cheng, Reynolds
o R51-85: Confirmation of the 2016-2017 The Green Initiative Fund Commissioner 6:19
 Khosravi: I move to amend the legislation removing the and after the last whereas clause Second: Reynolds
 Vote on amend Passes 11-0-0 Yea: Carlson, Mayer, Fan, Khandadash, Aldoghmi, Kekejian, Baranwal, Hong, Vuligonda, Cheng, Reynolds
 Vote on R51-85 Passes 11-0-0 Yea: Carlson, Mayer, Fan, Khandadash, Aldoghmi, Kekejian, Baranwal, Hong, Vuligonda, Cheng, Reynolds
o B51-14: Funds in Support of Mental Health Conference 6:25
 Reynolds: I move to commit B51-14 to Finance Committee Second: Khandadash
 Vote to commit B51-14 to Finance Committee Passes 11-0-0 Yea: Carlson, Mayer, Fan, Khandadash, Aldoghmi, Kekejian, Baranwal, Hong, Vuligonda, Cheng, Reynolds
o B51-15: Administrative Affairs Spring Budget Reallocation 6:26
 Khosravi: I move to commit B51-15 to Finance Committee Second: Hong
 Vote to commit B51-15 to Finance Committee Passes 11-0-0 Yea: Carlson, Mayer, Fan, Khandadash, Aldoghmi, Kekejian, Baranwal, Hong, Vuligonda, Cheng, Reynolds
o R51-86: Appointment of Student Fee Advisory Committee Representative 6:34
 Vote on R51-86 Passes 11-0-0 Yea: Carlson, Mayer, Fan, Khandadash, Aldoghmi, Kekejian, Baranwal, Hong, Vuligonda, Cheng, Reynolds
o B51-16: ASUCI Executive Cabinet Reallocation 6:28
 Khosravi: I move to amend this bill adding two line items added to the bottom Second: Cheng
 Vote on amendment Passes 11-0-0 Yea: Carlson, Mayer, Fan, Khandadash, Aldoghmi, Kekejian, Baranwal, Hong, Vuligonda, Cheng, Reynolds
 Khosravi: I move to go into recess for 2 minutes Second: Mayer
 Jermakian: If there are no objections we are now in recess for 2 minutes 6:32
 Khosravi: I move to commit B51-16 to Finance Committee Second: Hong
 Vote to commit B51-16 to Finance Committee Passes 11-0-0 Yea: Carlson, Mayer, Fan, Khandadash, Aldoghmi, Kekejian, Baranwal, Hong, Vuligonda, Cheng, Reynolds
Council Intern Program Report
o We are working on legislations which should be finished no later than mid week next week.
Jermakian: If there are no objections we are now in Committee Breakouts for 10 minutes 6:41
Committees
o Rules
 No report.
o Finance
 We passed all bills through finance committee.
o Public Information
 No report
o Advocacy
 No report.
Khosravi: I move to add B51-13, B51-14, B51-15, B51-16 to a consent agenda to be considered under Immediate Business Second: Baranwal
o Jermakian: If there are no objections  the motion is passed.
Immediate Business
o Consent Agenda:
 The consent agenda contains items; B51-13, B51-14, B51-15, B51-16
 Vote on Consent Agenda Passes 11-0-0 Yea: Carlson, Mayer, Fan, Khandadash, Aldoghmi, Kekejian, Baranwal, Hong, Vuligonda, Cheng, Reynolds
Next Meeting: May 19, 2016
Mayer: Motion Adjourn Meeting at 6:52
o Second: Cheng