Only members within a department can vote for stewards for that department.
|Computer & Information Science||Nick Chaimov
|Comparative Literature||Joanna Myers|
|Creative Writing||Rose Lambert-Sluder
|East Asian Languages and Literature||Stephen Murnion|
|Environmental Studies||Nick Dreher|
|Geological Sciences||Win McLaughlin
|German and Scandinavian||Eva Hoffman|
|International Studies||Katie Stoysich|
|Critical and Socio-Cultural Studies of Education||Brianna Bertoglio|
|Philosophy||Joshua (Gus) Skorburg
|Political Science||Malori Musselman
|Psychology||Philippe Bou Malham|
|Romance Languages||Nagore Sedano|
|Women and Gender Studies||Alexis Yalon|
- Rucha Chandvankar
- Jonathan Turbin
8 oz. spaghetti
1/2 low sodium veggie broth
1 minced garlic clove
Jonathan would work tirelessly to maintain the organization of the Anthropology department, regularly organizing department meetings.
1/2 cup old fashioned peanut butter
1/4 cup sugar
1/2 tsp. red chile flakes
Jonathan would hold regular office hours to hear from Anthro GTFs, or arrange meetings by appointment.
3 tbsp. low-sodium soy sauce
14 oz. firm tofu, cubed
1 English cuke, cut into matchsticks
Jonathan would attend caucus meetings in an effort to increase the representation of historically marginalized groups.
3 green unions, trimmed and sliced diagonally
1/2 cup cilantro leaves
1/3 cup roasted peanuts
Jonathan would volunteer to serve on the bargaining committee and run for a spot on the bargaining team, ensuring the Anthropology department would have a voice in upcoming union negotiations.
1) Cook pasta in a large pot according to package directions. Drain and set aside.
2) Heat broth, garlic, peanut butter, sugar, chile flakes, and soy sauce in pasta pot until boiling, stirring often. Add tofu, cukes, and pasta and toss to coat.
3) Transfer pasta to a serving bowl, top with onions, cilantro, and peanuts.
If you are a carnivore, diced chicken and chicken broth can be used. Also, as a previous steward and present member of the GTFF e-board, Jonathan would bring institutional memory to the position. Good luck to any and all candidates!
Computer & Information Science
- Nick Chaimov
- Peter McKay
- Joanna Myers
- Rose Lambert-Sluder
- Morgan Thomas
- Colin Corbett
- Paula Wright
- Eleanor Wakefield
- Nick Dreher
- Jewell Bollinger
- Dylan Brady
- Win McLaughlin
I’m a PhD candidate in the Geology department. I started at University of Oregon in 2012 and completed a Masters also in Geoscience before reapplying for my PhD. I have actively attended GTFF meetings (when I’ve been in the country!) and participated to my fullest in the strike last year. I’m particularly concerned with issues with “the leaky pipeline”, or the attrition of women in science academia.
- Madison Meyers
German and Scandinavian
- Eva Hoffman
- Katie Stoysich
- Theo Hawley
Critical and Socio-cultural Studies in Education
- Brianna Bertoglio
- Joshua (Gus) Skorburg
- Dave Grych
- Blake Parris
- Johan Bonilla
- Malori Musselman
- Michael Magee
- Jessica Neafie
- Benedikt Springer
- Philippe Bou Malham
- Camila Alvarez
- Martha Camargo
- Dan Fielding
- Evan Shenkin
- Patrick Greiner
Women and Gender Studies
- Alexis Yalon