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Student Advisory Board

SAB Membership Application

You can be the voice!

  • Represent your academic department
  • Share your ideas
  • Support department and college events

Applications are available here. The deadline for Fall is October 1 at 5:00 pm!

 

Mission

The Student Advisory Board aids in the continuous improvement of the College of Arts and Sciences. The Board serves as a diverse intermediary between students and the Dean, to encourage the highest level of academic achievement, to facilitate decision making, and to form a strong union between the administration of the college and the stakeholders. As an intermediary, the Board will promote the College through coordination of interdepartmental functions and community involvement.
 

Goals

  • To aid in the continuous improvement of the College and all its departments in all aspects applicable.
  • To act as a liaison between the students of each department in the College and the Dean to maintain the best academic environment, to form a strong union between the students, faculty, and stakeholders, and to raise the College of Arts and Sciences to the pinnacle of its potential.
  • To promote the College through the coordination of functions, community activities, and involvement.
 
Blake and Ashlyn Blake and Ashlyn work the Check-In table at SANE (Student Alumni Networking Event).

 

Officers 2014-2015

President: Ashlyn Fairlamb-Mason
History, Glen Allen, VA

Vice-President: Alexus Edwards
Nursing, Chesapeake, VA

Secretary: Kathryn Perry
Music, Arlington, VA

SGA Rep: Blake Shaw
Political Science & Spanish, Prince George, VA

Current Members:

Emma Canfield, Psychology - Alexandria, VA

Ryan Carey, Nursing - Virginia Beach, VA

Hope Cashion - History - Midlothian, VA

Amber Harvin, Art - Burkeville, VA

Keirsten Klein, Liberal Studies - Virginia Beach, VA

Jeffrey Reason, Communication Studies - Carrollton, VA

Cori Riggott, Art - Stafford, VA

Chrischel Rolack, Liberal Studies - Ivor, VA

Logan Stigall, Psychology - Glen Allen, VA

Maribeth Stotler-Watkins, History - Stephens City, VA