Bio: Andrew Bulovsky
Name: Andrew Bulovsky
Year in School: Sophomore
Major: Political Science & Communication Arts
Involvement in ASM: Freshmen representative for 17th session and Letters and Science representative 18th session. Organized spring 2011 textbook swap, worked on university affairs, legislative affairs, and nominations board.
Reasons for getting involved with ASM: Opportunity to make a difference in campus life and to help students.
On February 1st, 2012, Andrew was voted as ASM’s new Vice Chair with a vote 13 to 12. He has been extensively involved with ASM since his freshman year and is the first ever person to run for a student council seat on re-election and win.
In his own words, some plans for the upcoming semester:
“My main focus will be acting as a liaison between all of the grassroots committees and doing everything I can to support their efforts and put them in contact with each other if there are ways in which their projects could overlap. I also want to find ways to make ASM more approachable and to see if there are ways that ASM can do more outreach to various student organizations around campus. Finally, I want to work with all sides of council and help bridge the gap between some of people on council by encouraging an atmosphere of respect and understanding.”
Some other things you should know about Andrew…
Favorite thing about Madison: Lakeshore running path
Favorite animal: Kittens
Last summer: Andrew attended Basic Cadet Training at the United States Air Force Academy
Random fact: He loves hockey and golf
So stay tuned for the work he will be doing this semester, follow him on twitter @andrewbulovsky and send him what’s on your mind!
HAPPY FRIDAY EVERYONE 🙂