CSUN STUDENT CHOSEN BY GOV. BROWN FOR CSU BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Monday, August 12th, 2013
LOS ANGELES-The California State University Board of Trustees
is responsible for the oversight of the system’s 23 schools. The
25-member group adopts the governing rules, regulations and policies
of the campus, and now Talar Alexanian, a student at California State
University, Northridge, has joined them.
Gov. Jerry Brown made the announcement of Alexanian’s appointment,
which will last for two years. Alexanian will serve as the non-voting
student trustee in her first year and assume the voting student
trustee position-which is currently being held by Cipriano Vargas of
California State University, San Marcos-in her second year.
At CSUN, Alexanian is pursuing a degree in journalism and public
relations. This year she was chosen as vice president of CSUN’s
Associated Students and was an upper-division senator from 2012
Alexanian has been a student representative for the CSU Admission
Advisory Council since 2012 and was an events assistant at the CSUN
Matador Involvement Center from 2011 to 2013.
She is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, the
National Society of Leadership and Success, and the Public Relations
Student Society of America.