Sarah Kanga Livingstone

Sarah Kanga Livingstone, CNRS Representative
Wildlife Management and Conservation

As your College of Natural Resources and Sciences (CNRS) Representative, I will be the liaison between the students of CNRS  and the rest of the student body. I am going to be a 4th year student, studying Wildlife Management and Conservation. With my substantive experiences taking classes within other departments in CNRS and having been your representative last year, I feel like I have gotten to know many of you, and in the next year want to further my outreach.

I have been your CNRS student representative as part of Associated Students for the past 2018-19 school year. During this time, I have served on multiple committees, reached out to students and student clubs, and held leadership roles in other parts of campus. I am an active member and liaison with the Residence Housing Association, and have acted committee board member for the past three years. I have experience with taking upper division classes as a Junior and completing my GEs can relate with you to the difficulty of these classes.

Through my current position as your CNRS Representative and as a student leader in my own right, I am active with the current discussions between administration, faculty, and students. I believe my voice can be used as a moderation during such discussions, speaking up for students to convey their message. Ultimately, I will help change Humboldt State to better serve students. There needs to be more communication on an administrative level to assist students, especially in regard to academics. As a Science major, you have undertaken a challenging endeavor to complete a degree that will be difficult every step of the way. As your representative in this coming school year, I want you to communicate your needs with me. If you have issues in your classes or with your scheduling, I will help you with locating the resources needed to help you succeed. I remember as a lowerclassmen comparing my progress to my peers and feeling overwhelmed by my classes. It made me realize that attending Humboldt State University is important to me and my journey through life. It helped me remember the reasons I chose to come here in the first place. I want to encourage you to reach out to me as a resource to help you succeed in your major and in life, no matter the course of sciences you choose to become involved with.

Thank you for considering to reelect me, Sarah Kanga Livingstone, as your incumbent AS CNRS Representative.