Resolution Vote Count Author Description/Notes
SR#1 Withdrawn by Author Gofman An ASUCD Senate Resolution to officially express students’ outrage and dissatisfaction at the re-hiring of former Chancellor Katehi.
SR#2 Yes, 11-1-0 Correa An ASUCD Senate Resolution to recognize the “It’s Okay To Be White” Posters as a hate crime committed against students of color and to build more transparency between administration, UC Davis Police Department, and ASUCD when hate crimes or hate incidents occur on campus.
SR#3 Yes, 12-0-0 Correa An ASUCD Senate Resolution to support the #BeyondtheBudget movement organized by students that have been directly and/or indirectly affected by the UC Davis administration’s actions against the production of student-led centers.
SR#4 Withdrawn on February 12, 2018. Molodanof An ASUCD Senate Resolution in order to recognize academic stress on a system-wide level, and support two non-instructional days per quarter at UC Davis.
SR#5 Yes, 12-0-0. Manrique An ASUCD Resolution to support the requests of Student Advocates for Mental Health which directly address the real and imminent threat of mental health crises for college students by advocating for increased allocation of mental health resources, fully detailed in their petition titled: Student Health and Counseling Services Request (SCHS).
SR#6 Yes, 12-0-0 Nelson An ASUCD Resolution that demands that the Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs (OSSJA) charges levied against the student organizers that participated in the #Democratize UC sit-in and support their actions moving forward.
SR#7 Yes, 10-0-2 Beittel An ASUCD Resolution to support the incorporation and promotion of Fair Trade products into campus dining services by the University of California, Davis in an effort to support environmentally sustainable principles and proper working conditions for people and communities that are traditionally exploited by conventional food systems.
SR#8 Yes, 12-0-0 White An ASUCD Resolution to demand the production of affordable on-campus housing whose rent is capped at 30% of the tenant’s income, with diverse housing designs that are able to accommodate different needs of students.
SR#9 Pending Miller An ASUCD Resolution to express solidarity on behalf of undergraduate students for graduate students and workers bargaining season.
SR#10 Yes 12-0-0 Molodanof An ASUCD Resolution in order to recognize academic stress and student mental health well-being on a system-wide level by supporting the proposal by Health Education and Promotion for two non-instructional days per quarter at UC Davis.
SR#11 Yes, 12-0-0 Suryawanshi An ASUCD Resolution supporting the installation of ten (10) new Blue Emergency Lights on the UC Davis campus.
SR#12  Yes, 10-0-2 Spasov An ASUCD Senate Resolution to condemn and recognize the Ottoman government’s systemic extermination of 1.5 million Armenians between the years of 1914 and 1923.
SR#13 Yes, 10-0-2 Hacker An ASUCD Senate Resolution to support Student Living at Nishi by supporting approval of Measure J on the June 5th, 2018 Davis Municipal Ballot.
SR#14 Yes, 12-0-0. Kullar An ASUCD Senate Resolution to express the Faculty and students’ frustrations over recent study space reductions, specifically regarding the Physical Sciences and Engineering Library (PSEL). Study spaces are integral to student learning and success because they provide students with quiet, functional spaces to concentrate on their studies. There are currently insufficient study spaces on the UC Davis campus. And with the growing student population, this is a major concern for many students. It should be a priority for administration to not only increase student accessibility to study spaces but also include student representation when making decisions that directly impact students now and moving forward.
SR#15 Yes, 11-1-0. Padilla An ASUCD Resolution to support the contract demands of American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local 3299. AFSCME 3299 represents over 25,000 UC service and patient care workers who have been in negotiation with the University of California for the past year begging for a living wage. This directly addresses and condemns the University of California’s radicalized and gendered labor practices, members of AFSCME Local 3299, are fighting for a fair contract that protects them and the dignity and respect of their families, patients, and students, and call on the University of California (UC) to make meaningful changes in its treatment and compensation of these groups – and all workers that make the UC system run – first and foremost by granting the workers of AFSCME 3299 a fair contract.
SR#16  Yes, 7-0-5.  Sedgley  An ASUCD Senate Resolution condemning the charges levied against the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), and to call for amendments to UC Davis policies regarding peaceful protests.
SR#17 Withdrawn by commission. Deshpande An ASUCD Senate Resolution to express frustration and disdain over the recent misallocation of funds designated by the administration of Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) at UC Davis for mental health and counseling services.
SR#18 Did not pass commission. Gofman An ASUCD Resolution to support the Proposed West Davis Active Adult Community (WDAAC).
SR#19 Yes, 9-0-3. Perwez An ASUCD Senate Resolution to recognize and condemn the various forces that threaten student activism at the University of California, Davis (UC Davis), and reinforce its support of safeguarding the work of student activists at UC Davis.
SR#20 Yes, 11-0-1. Abdeshahian An ASUCD Senate Resolution stating that the Associated Students of UC Davis enter a formal partnership with Rise California.
SR#21 Yes, 11-0-1. Hacker An ASUCD Senate Resolution to support California State Senate Bill 1275 (Stern).
SR#22 Yes, 10-0-2. Kaeppelin An ASUCD Senate Resolution to express frustration and disdain over the recent misuse of funds designated by the administration of Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) at UC Davis (UCD) for mental health counseling services.
SR#23 Yes, 9-0-3. Judd An ASUCD Senate Resolution to recognize the immediate need for the UC Davis Mental Health Initiative Committee to be funded for a portion of their operations during the 2018-2019 school year.
SR#24 Pending. Htoo An ASUCD Senate Resolution to support the “Karen Day” march where thousands of Karen refugees will be traveling to Washington D.C. to advocate for all of the ethnic minorities that are currently enduring an ethnic-cleansing campaign by the Myanmar Army in the longest-running civil war in the history of the world.