The College of Human Development and Education Graduate Advisory Council works to advise the College and individual graduate programs on the supports and information that would enhance the experience of our graduate students. Members on the Council include both new and current graduate students and both on-campus and distant students. Members of the Advisory Council serve as liaisons between the students, faculty, and Dean of the College.
Becoming a Member: Graduate students from program in the College of Human Development and Education are self-nominated or nominated to serve on the Graduate Student Advisory Council by College graduate faculty and Department Heads. These students serve as representatives of all the graduate students in the College. Meetings are held with the Associate Dean at least once each semester to discuss current issues and to identify strengths of programs, as well as areas that need improvement.
Benefits: Involvement of a broad range of graduate students in providing input and information about graduate programs in the College of Human Development and Education.
|Rosalinda Connelley||Ph.D. Student in Occupational and Adult Education|
|Jessica Hotchkiss||M.S. Student in School Counseling|
|Caitlin Johnson||Ph.D. Student in Occupational and Adult Education|
|Maegan Jones||Ph.D. Student in Developmental Science|
|Kim Owen||Ph.D. Student in Occupational and Adult Education|
|Anuchida Scholz||Ph.D. Student in Occupational and Adult Education|
|Corina Todoran||Ph.D. Student in Occupational and Adult Education|
|Jennifer Wenner||Ph.D. Student in the Developmental Science program|
If you would like more information about this group, or are interested in becoming a member, please contact Greg Sanders at 701-231-8272.