4th UCSS Mandate Has Ambitious Plans for 2010

Congratulations to the newly elected officers of the University of Cambodia Student Senate (UCSS) 4th Mandate, who were elected by their peers on December 27, 2009, at the UC Conference Center. The new UCSS officers are: Mr. Seng Leab (President), Mr. Chin Tyheng (Vice President of Administrative Affairs), Mr. Chhoun Panha (Vice President of Technical Affairs), Ms. Yang Leaphea (Treasurer), and Ms. Soun Mealea (Secretary).

“We are focused on serving the students, first, and then UC and society,” stated Seng Leab, who also shared his excitement about learning teamwork and communication skills with the other new officers in the upcoming year.

Agreeing with his fellow officer, Chin Tyheng said, “We are ready to work as a team and are committed to planning and managing successful projects for our UC peers.”

One of the reasons why Chhoun Panha ran for office, and why he encourages his peers to do so in the next mandate, is to develop stronger relationships at UC. He’s on to something. Recognized as student leaders amongst their peers and by the UC administration and faculty, UCSS members have an opportunity to develop great relationships with both students and staff members while planning and managing “Now it’s time for the new UCSS members of the 4th mandate to continue on with their efforts to help build UC.”
H.E. Samraing Kamsan,
Secretary of State for the
Ministry of Culture and fine arts; and Senior Advisor to the
President of UC and to UCSS

“Now it’s time for the new UCSS members of the 4th mandate to continue on with their efforts to help build UC.” H.E. Samraing Kamsan,
Secretary of State for the Ministry of Culture and fine arts; and Senior Advisor to the President of UC and to UCSS

of a classroom, characteristics that will prove highly advantageous when they seek employment.
A week after the election, the new officers met and discussed their future projects, which they later proposed to the UC administration and received approval for, along with a designated $10,000 budget for their projects. The UCSS projects will focus on education-, entertainment- and competition-based activities for the UC campus.
H.E. Samraing Kamsan, Senior Advisor to the UC President and to UCSS, expressed his confidence in the new officers and stated, “A year has passed with the tremendous success of the UCSS 3rd Mandate and huge support from The University of Cambodia. Now it’s time for the new UCSS members of the 4th Mandate to continue on with their efforts to help build UC.”
Once again, congratulations to these students, who join a select group of UC students contributing to the improvement of university culture and school spirit.

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