Student Senate

The Student Senate is the governing body for students in the School of Public Health. The Student Senate provides a voice for students and allows students to get involved in student government, plan social activities, network with other students and faculty, demonstrate leadership skills, and develop creative solutions to new challenges.

Our Mission
The mission of the School of Public Health Student Senate at the University of Minnesota is to serve as a liaison between the students, faculty, and staff and to assist student organizations in hosting school-wide events.

How to Get Involved

Our general meetings are held once per month on the University of Minnesota East Bank. Meeting schedule will be determined in the Fall. All SPH Students are welcome to attend meetings.

SPH Student Senate welcomes all student input on future events. If you have an idea for an event you would like to see hosted, please contact SPHSS via email or attend a general meeting.

2019-2020 SPH Senators

Executive Board

President: Zachary Maino
Vice President: Teale Greylord
Secretary: Diksha Srishyla
Director of Finance: Puleng Moshele
Director of Communications: Sandra Osei


Yiyao Jin

Environmental Health Sciences

Jacqueline Cassman
Nicole Havel
Ian Passe

Epidemiology & Community Health

Anau Ayeni
Adetunji Bakare
Eileen Bourland
Devon Saurer

Health Policy & Management

Allison Fischbach
Alina Okamoto
TH Tran
Matt Rundle
Christopher Schmitt
Keelia Silvis

The SPH Student Senate represents the voice of public health students to the following groups:

  • SPH Executive Team
  • SPH Education Policy Committee
  • University of Minnesota Senate
  • Professional Student Government
  • Council of Graduate Students
  • Center for Health Interprofessional Programs (CHIP)
  • Academic Health Center Student Consultative Committee
  • SPH Alumni Society
  • SPH Student Services Center

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