A New Year, A New Administration

The first of the year ushered in a new era of leadership for the CRDMSA, the student association that guides (governs?) the decisions that shape our program. Every year we elect a new crop of officers to lead meetings and represent the interests of the students to the program faculty and university bigwigs; for the past year, we’ve been ably led by Kelly Martin (President), Dan Sutko (Vice President), Ruffin Bailey (Treasurer), and Kathy Oswald (Secretary). We’re pleased to announce our officers for 2011, all of whom were peacefully elected and with little to no serious threat of a military junta.

Taking the reins for CRDMSA this year will be Jason Kalin (President), Lauren Clark (Vice President), Kevin Brock (Treasurer), and Meagan Kittle (Secretary). See pics below for the ever-so-official program photos of the new officers being sworn into their positions. (Images are all taken via iPhone, which demonstrates our commitment to the embedded cultural contexts of mobile surveillance in a post-Fordist economy…or something. Maybe we just didn’t have a better camera on hand.)

Kelly leaves behind some very big shoes to fill as President. Fortunately, Jason wears a size 22 (probably) and is more than up to the task.


"Smiley" Dan transfers his magical VP powers to Lauren through the arcane secret handshake.


Kelly is such a versatile ex-President she can accurately portray Ruffin's posture and grip for congratulating Kevin on his new position.


Our most Philadelphian Secretary to date, Kathy (right), extends her secret powers of rapidly transcribing minutes of our meetings with sass to Meagan, who will no doubt be every bit as accurate though considerably more Canadian.



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2 responses to “A New Year, A New Administration

  1. Pingback: Jason Kalin, ABD | CRDM @ NC State

  2. Pingback: Goals for 2011 | Meagan Kittle Autry

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