Pete Markevich ran unsuccessfully for ASUCD Senate with the Student Focus slate for the Winter 2007 ASUCD Election. He was the Chair of the ASUCD Academic Affairs Commission and works at the UCD Bookstore. He is a sophomore Political Science and Economics double Major. Some of Pete's academic interests include International Macroeconomics, Russian Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War era, and real world applications of Game Theory.
Pete faced a closed session on May 10, 2007 for his participation in the Davis College Republicans protest on May 1st. A facebook event was created in his defense. LEAD withdrew their intention to close session Markevich due in small part to potential legal conflicts of removing Markevich from office.
|2006-2007 Academic Affairs Commission Chairperson|
|Followed by: Christine Pham|
|Preceded by: Katie Johnson|
Intern, External Affairs Office, Fall 2005
Academic Affairs Commissioner, 2005-2006
Chair, Academic Affairs Commission, Summer 2006-Spring 2007
Member, ASUCD Lobby Corps, Fall 2006-present
ASUCD Representative, Undergraduate Advising Council
ASUCD Representative, Undergraduate Council, Academic Senate
Pete began his ASUCD career in the Fall of his freshman year as an intern in the External Affairs Office. After helping out with a few voter Registration and Student Debt drives, Pete applied to the Academic Affairs Commission, a subordinate body of the ASUCD Senate, and was hired as a Winter Term Commissioner. As part of the Commission, Pete helped plan the inaugural installment of the Last Lecture Series, a program where the Commission invites a popular UCD professor to give a lecture as if it's the last one he or she will ever make. This allows the professor to go beyond every-day class material and give students guidance and inspiration in their future endeavors. Also, Pete helped plan and put on the 2006 ASUCD Excellence in Education Awards ceremony, an annual event where students honor their amazing UCD professors.
As chair of AAC, Pete runs weekly meetings every Monday night at 6:30 p.m. in the Fielder Room of the MU. In Fall of '06, AAC put on the Beer Vs Wine Debate. In addition, he sits on Senate meetings as an ex-officio member of the Senate, meaning that although he doesn't have a vote, he contributes to Senate discussions and works closely with the current senators on a wide range of issues.
Er, I mean 2007
|Winter 2007 ASUCD Election|
|Independent: George Ajlouny, Albert Parnell, Laura Nevins, Timothy Silva, Erica Rozetti, Ronald Payne|
|LEAD: Christine Pham, Michael Lay, Usenima Inyang, Madisyn Coniglio, Fazila Malik, Ivan Carrillo|
|Student Focus: Molly Sundstrom, Pete Markevich, Cem Turhal, Lorig Kalfayan, Billy Durham, James Adams, Joseph Bleckman, Greg Webb|
|Executive Office Candidates|
|LEAD: Kareem Salem + Julie Hooper|
|Student Focus: Spencer Higgins + Tiny Sanders|
|Independent: Rob Roy + Arlen Abraham (Platform)|
|Ballot Measures: ASUCD Constitutional Amendment 16, ASUCD Winter 2007 Unitrans Fee|