PHOENIX — On Friday, Governor Doug Ducey named Anthony Rusk, a University of Arizona student, as a student regent to the Arizona Board of Regents. Rusk, who hails from Bullhead City, is a Flinn Scholars scholarship winner.
Rusk currently serves as the Policy Director for the Associated Students of the University of Arizona (ASUA). As Policy Director, Rusk serves on the University Wide General Education Committee, the UA Strategic Planning Committee, and the Faculty Senate Committee.
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“Anthony is a talented and dedicated student leader,” said Governor Ducey in a press release. “Through his involvement in various student government roles at the University of Arizona, Anthony has demonstrated impressive knowledge of university policy issues and a commitment to supporting his fellow students. I look forward to seeing him represent the university students of Arizona as the newest member of ABOR.”
Rusk will replace Student Regent Aundrea DeGravina on July 1, 2019. Governor Ducey appointed Aundrea, a student from Arizona State University, in 2017. During her time on ABOR, she served on the Finance, Capital and Resources Committee, the Academic Affairs and Educational Attainment Committee and the Regents Executive Committee.