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Annual Report

2011 – 2012 / University Student Union, Inc.

Campus Contributions


Debra L. HammondDebra L. Hammond

Debra L. Hammond, Executive Director, taught Educational Psychology and Counseling (EPC) 695S: Selected Studies in College Counseling and Student Services (CC/SS), a capstone course for the CC/SS students. She also taught EPC 622, The American College Student and the Campus Environment.

Debra L. Hammond served on one of the subcommittees for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) campus accreditation process and coordinated the program review efforts for the Division of Student Affairs.

Kevin LizarragaKevin Lizarraga

Kevin Lizárraga, Marketing Manager, served as a member of an advisory cross-divisional, ad-hoc design team about the university's transition to WebOne, an enterprise web content management system.

Kevin Lizárraga taught Recreation and Tourism Management 303: “Promotion of the Recreation Experience.”

Sarina LoebSarina Loeb

Sarina Loeb, Coordinator of Diversity Initiatives, collaborated with the department of Recreation and Tourism Management to have the students of its “Promotion of the Recreation Experience” course conduct campus-wide interviews and provide recommendations on the logo and branding initiatives for the new Pride Center and Veterans Recreation Center.

Jonathan NavarroJonathan Navarro


Jonathan Navarro, Accounting Supervisor, was appointed the advisor to the campus club Hermanos Unidos.

Jason WangJason Wang

Jason R. Wang, Associate Executive Director, taught Recreation and Tourism Management 600: “Law, Risk Management and Ethics in Recreational Sport,” which explored the legal principles, risk management and ethics affecting the management of recreational sport programs. He also taught RTM 560: “Facility Design in Recreational Sport.”

Matador StatueMatador Statue

The USU was recognized as a premier sponsor of the campus Matador statue for its contribution of $10,000.

“We have embraced the tradition of the Rose by placing roses at the base of the Matador Statue after major accomplishments like the SRC Grand Opening.” — Debra L. Hammond, Executive Director