Graduate Parent Subcommittee Interest List
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If you would like to be included in an e-mail list for information about the GWA Graduate Parent Subcommittee, please add your name and e-mail to the list below.
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NameE-mailWould you be interested in being a committee member?If you have ideas about what you would like to see this committee work towards, please share them below!Would you be interested in socials to meet other graduate parents?Do you know of any resources that would be helpful for graduate parents to be aware of?
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Rivka Rocchiorivka.rocchio@gmail.commaybeI like the goals as you've laid them out- Just found out Aetna eliminated health insurance for dependents. That's an issue! YES! No.
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Farina Kingfarinasmith@gmail.comyesI agree with building support for grad parentsYES!
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Margery Hunt Watkinsonmhuntwat@asu.eduyesWe all definitely need to push the administration for clearer and more graduate student focused parenting resources.YES! no
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Crystine Millercrystine.miller@asu.eduyesI like the ideas proposed. I think building a network of support through social events initially and then moving onto other projects like resources and childcare would be ideal. YES! I know of a few things in the community, but nothing on campus.
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Katy Chapmankathryn.chapman@asu.edunoI like the ideas proposed and the goals as you have laid them out. I am not currently a grad school parent, but am considering having a child during grad school, and would like to see more resources available for all grad parents.Not at this time, but in the futureNot at this time
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Tiffany TrentTiffany.U.Trent@asu.eduyes
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Shersta Chabotsachabot@asu.eduyesCreating a current list of resources available for graduate student parents that could be made widely available, esp. to prospective students; promoting more on-campus support and resources for grad parents, both from the administration and as a community of grad student parents; the ideas as proposed alsoYesYes, I've researched quite a few but would need to compile what I have found out; these include community, state and local resources as well as on-campus options
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Janet Reynajanet.reyna@asu.edumaybeThere is a local church just south of ASU that is looking better utilize their building during the day to serve the community needs, and might be willing to partner to provide come and go daycare or space for parent-led daycare
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Jose Rosales Chavezjoserosaleschavez@gmail.comyesCreating support network for graduate parents (e.g. social events, etc.), and also push for resourcesYESBabytime and reading classes at the Tempe Public Library
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Elizabeth Kiehneelizabeth.kiehne@asu.eduin the future, yesOpportunities for parents to connect with one another for childcare sharing options (e.g., splitting a nanny, child swapping, ASU daycare, etc)In the future, yes (not a parent at this time)Downtown there is a birth center called Baby Moon Inn that has free classes and opportunities to meet other parents
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Krissy Bergenkjbergen@asu.edunoI would like to support affordable childcare for grad students.yesThere used to be a daycare scholarship availabel for ASU students, I'm interested in looking into why it has been discontinued.
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Buffy Lloydbuffy.lloyd@asu.eduyes
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Elizabeth Kisserzebet.rose.kiss@gmail.comYesA support group for graduate parents would be great.Yes.
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Erica O'Neileloneil@asu.eduyesAffordable childcare for graduate students, health insurance for dependants too!YepCity of Tempe has quite a few family and kiddo friendly classes that are free or affordably priced.
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Tara SalehpourTara.Salehpour@asu.edu YesChild care subsidy, free short term child care drop-off center(s) at libary and/or gym, imporving access to child care accross all ASU campuses, more lactation rooms, highlight barriers/challeges of lack of access to affordable child care as a grad student and the effects/outcomes YesGPSA! New child care subsidy 1-year pilot program for ASU student parents that demonstrate fincial need. Funded by GPSA & ASU Family Resources/Off-Campus Student Services. Will be launched Fall 2015
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Sarah StrikerSarah.Striker@asu.eduYes, in the futurechildcare assistance, more lactation rooms, opportunities to work with other students for group childcare/nanny share, play groups, etcYES
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Jennapher Lingo VanGilderjlingo03@gmail.comYesInstead of focusing on subsidies and scholarships for student-parents (typically only awarded to those that are well below the poverty level), it would be nice if there was an on-campus daycare. Currently, I know of two Psych Dept daycares in which they watch the children for 2 hours max, and there is one across Rural Rd. that has an insane waiting list. Offering a well-run, high ranking daycare for children of student-parents could further demonstrate ways in which ASU leads in innovation.
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Monique Martinez-Quirosmnm2@email.arizona.edu or mnmart15@asu.eduYesI am also a graduate representative on the Family Advisory Group through ASU and would like to help fellow non-traditional classmates. YES
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