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Advisors

SGA has two advisors as well as two faculty senators.  The advisors oversee the day to day functioning of SGA.  They help solve internal conflicts, answer procedural questions, and help foster communication lines between the students and various offices across campus.  They are a great resource for our students, and have helped our students become not only better leaders, but better people.

David Adams, M.A.
Assistant Director for Campus Activities

Office: Lower level of the Overman Student Center
Phone: 620-235-4795

 


David Adams joined Pitt State in August of 2009.  David came from California where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from California State University, San Bernardino and his Master of Arts degree in Education Administration from University of the Pacific. 

 

Before joining Pitt State, David held positions in Student Leadership & Development, Multicultural Affairs, Housing & Residence Life, Student Programs and Activities and Fraternity & Sorority Affairs.  David found his career in Student Services/Affairs through dedicated involvement in his own fraternity at CSU San Bernardino.  His favorite quote is "You must be the change you wish to see in the world," by Gandhi.  In David's free time, he would like to be test driving pre-release BMW's and then giving BMW an evaluation on the vehicle.  Unfortunately, this opportunity has not developed.  He is excited to be at Pitt State and enjoys working with students.

Dr. Steve Erwin
Associate Vice President for Campus Life & Auxiliary Services

Office: 203 Russ Hall
Phone: 235-4231


Dr. Steven K. Erwin joined the Pittsburg State University staff as director of housing in 1994. He has served as associate vice president for student affairs from 1999 through 2002, interim vice president for student affairs from 2002 through 2004, and as associate vice president for campus life and auxiliary services from 2004 to present. Dr. Erwin earned an associate of science degree from Olney Central College, a bachelor of arts and a master of science degree in education from Eastern Illinois University, a specialist in education degree from Pittsburg State University, and a doctorate of education degree from the University of Arkansas. Before joining Pittsburg State University, Dr. Erwin held positions in residence life and student affairs at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, the University of Wisconsin Parkside and the University of Wisconsin Platteville. He has served as advisor to Student Government Association since Fall 1999.