AS&F funds acquisition of lifesaving devices

Thanks to a commitment by AS&F (Associated Students & Faculty – student government) of $7,000 from its Campus Impact Fund, the campus recently acquired seven new Automated External Defibrillators, or AEDs. Eleven additional AEDs are also available across campus.

“AS&F has left ‘a legacy’ for all current and future ASU staff, students, and visitors to utilize in the event of an emergency,” said ASU Chief of Police Paul Grohowski, who initiated the proposal to acquire the AEDs’. aed-car

Four of the new AED units were installed in the ASUPD patrol cars, and the other three are located as follows:

  • South entrance of Plachy Hall
  • Northwest entrance of McDaniel Hall, 1st Floor
  • SUB hallway outside cafeteria near the One Stop

    AED near One Stop in SUB
    AED near One Stop in SUB

Grohowski and Josh Dreher, head athletics trainer, consulted with subject matter expert Jon Cloutier to tour campus and prepare an assessment report that served as the base line proposal to AS&F.

“We also thank the┬áthe Facilities Services staff, who literally ‘dropped everything’ late on Friday afternoon to install this life saving equipment,” Grohowski added.Back rom left: AS&F VP of External Affairs Azarel Madrigal; Beth Streeter, AS&F VP of Finance; Kayla Goldberg, Program Assistant; Chance Padilla, AS&F Executive Secretary; Heather Shoats, AS&F VP of Internal Affairs.  Front from left: Patrick Cleary, AS&F President; Kurt Urbin, AS&F Chief of Justice.

Back from left: AS&F VP of External Affairs Azarel Madrigal; Beth Streeter, AS&F VP of Finance; Kayla Goldberg, AS&F Program Assistant; Chance Padilla, AS&F Executive Secretary; Heather Shoats, AS&F VP of Internal Affairs; Officer Nate Rael; Josh Dreher, Paul Grohowski
Front from left: Patrick Cleary, AS&F President; Kurt Urbin, AS&F Chief of Justice.

 

 

Author: jmwaecht

Assistant to the President for Communications
Editor/Designer of alumni magazine – A-Stater