Total Number of Voters     Overall                   1394

                                          Undergraduate        992

                                           Graduate                 402

 

Student Trustee (voted on by both undergraduate and graduate students)

Pantea Fatemi-Ardestani    42.8%    Winner

Philip McLaughlin                25%

Jenny Chen                            12%

Matthew Quattrucci            10%

Pranjal Kukreja                    7%

Stefany Munoz                    4%

Referendum Question  (voted on by both undergraduate and graduate students)

MASSPIRG is a statewide, student-directed, non-profit, non-partisan, organization which does research, advocacy, education, and service, on environmental, consumer, energy, and hunger relief issues. MASSPIRG chapters across the state pool resources and hire a staff of professionals to work with students on issues that concern us as citizens. MASSPIRG started at UMass Boston in 1973, when students first voted to form and fund a chapter. Do you support the continued existence of the MASSPIRG chapter at UMass Boston funded through a $9 per student per semester waivable fee? Any student choosing not to support MASSPIRG may waive the fee.

Yes                                    60%     Winner

No                                     40%          

Undergraduate Student Government President/Vice President

Ciro Castaldi/Kendra Ford            55%  (percentage reflects 2.5% elections infraction penalty)        Winner

Mykiel Williams/Caio Alvim        31%

Thomas Towey/Abdul Ismail       13% 

Undergraduate Student Government Senators (100% total does not apply)

Abigail Fisk

 

8.72%

Pantea Fatemi Ardestani

 

6.67%

Ciro Castaldi

 

5.99%

Wyatt Doyle

 

5.53%

Gray Milkowski

 

5.5%

Mohammed Udin

 

5.42%

Kendra Ford

 

5.34%

Joshua Varghese

 

5%

Caio Alvim

 

4.93%

George Falardeau

 

4.7%

Mark Torres

 

4.21%

Hallima Docmanov

 

3.22%

Matthew Bowser

 

2.88%

Elizabeth Swan

 

2.57%

Thomas Kraemer

 

2.46%

Fanghemei Zhang

 

2.35%

Michael Martinoli

 

2.35%

Pranjal Kukreja

 

2.31%

Anya Vining

 

2.23%

Zach Loe

 

2.2%

Madison LaCure

 

1.97%

Christine Tamulis

 

1.74%

Lucas Henrique

 

1.66%

Brittany Orange

 

1.63%

Rosemary Morrison

 

1.25%

Madison Kirby

 

1.21%

Kelitta Bastos Costa

 

1.17%

Annaleis Thibault

 

1.02%

Neil Severance

 

0.98%

John Fisher

 

0.98%

Luc McMahon

 

0.91%

Gilary Arias

 

0.75%

Referendum Question 2 (Undergraduate voting only)

This semester, the Undergraduate Student Government has begun to address problems in campus infrastructure related to accessibility. These issues have included broken pavement, doors that are too heavy for disabled members of the campus community, inaccessible restrooms and more. Do you support the continuation of the accessibility project under the next Student Government Administration?

Yes                                              95%

No                                                5%

Graduate Student Assembly President    

Gabriel Garza Sada                        84%            Winner

Other                                           16%

Graduate Student Assembly Vice President

Shwetha Bangalore Nagaraja        82%            Winner

Other                                          18% 

Graduate Student Assembly Treasurer

Aarushi Siddharthbhai Trivedi

 

37%            Winner

Venkateshwar Reddy Nallapu

 

32%

Amanda Madden

 

17%

Jeffrey S Moyer

 

5%

Punit R Patel

 

3%

Ashrita Muthukumaraswami

 

3%

Deborah Whalen

 

3%

Graduate Student Assembly Secretary

Divya Bajaj

21%            Winner

Akshay E Joshi

18%

Khodalkumar V Ghelani

14%

Sylvia B Guillory

13%

Berta Padilla

10%

Alesia Razumova

8%

Noah Spofford

7%

Pothan Chand Yarra

3%

Janmesh Patel

2%

Susan Callender

2%

Seyed Alireza Shoushtar Najafi

1%

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