Regent Justin Solomon
University of Nebraska Board of Regents, UNL

WHEREAS, Justin Solomon has served with distinction as a member of the University of Nebraska Board of Regents and President of the Association of Students of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln since April 2010; and

WHEREAS, Regent Solomon always represented students to the University Administration in a professional and relentless manner; and Whereas, Regent Solomon formed and implemented an East Campus Task Force to evaluate and improve academic and student services on UNL’s East Campus; and

WHEREAS Regent Solomon headed the “Yes 2 Better Rec Centers” campaign to improve the recreation facilities on both city and east campuses, an effort which passed with a 72% student approval; and

WHEREAS, Regent Solomon created the Student Fee Strategic Blueprint to assist future ASUN administrations with the fee process and to encourage financial planning by the Committee for Fee Allocation; and Whereas, Regent Solomon developed the Student Organization Representative Council to gain insight from over 150 student leader participants in a forum setting; and

WHEREAS, Regent Solomon established career development tools in partnership with the College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources by providing two job training classes online, available to all students; and

WHEREAS, Regent Solomon planned the inaugural Big Ten on the Hill Student Advocacy Conference in Washington, DC; and

WHEREAS, Regent Solomon developed ASUN’s Committee on Sustainability and planned the sustainability event Focus Nebraska,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the University of Nebraska Board of Regents expresses sincere appreciation for Regent Justin Solomon’s dedicated service and effective leadership as a member of the board, and wishes him well in all his future endeavors.

Pictured: Regent Hassebrook; Regent Solomon; Chancellor Perlman; President Milliken
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