Student Advisory Council

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Promoting communication and enhancing student experiences

The College of Arts & Sciences Student Advisory Council enables enthusiastic undergraduates to work with the Dean and the CAS leadership administrators to address concerns and work toward improvements within the college. The council was established to promote communication of relevant and helpful information between students and the college administration, with a goal of enhancing the educational experience for all CAS students.

Student members are responsible for attending the Advisory Council's meetings to discuss issues and concerns and to share their suggestions for possible initiatives. Any undergraduate who is interested in helping to improve the college and the experience it provides students may apply to become a council member.

See meeting dates, roles and responsibilities

 

 

Abbey NeginAbbey Neginhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/negin_abbey.jpg<p>​Abbey Negin, from Greensboro, North Carolina, is a double major in International Relations and Public Policy. She also has a minor in Jewish Studies w/ Hebrew Language. Abbey, a first-year, has big interests in foreign policy, world relations, and global politics and cooperation. After graduating with her BA, she plans to pursue a 4+1 program to obtain a Masters in Public Policy. Herc areer goals are to get involved with Interpol, the U.S. foreign service, or another diplomacy route. She will be in the Navy reserves beginning in 2023, and hopes to spend time there before moving on to her main career. At UD, Abbey is involved with March For Our Lives, Hillel, Community Engagement Scholars, Honors, and the World Scholars Program. Abbey will be studying abroad in Auckland, New Zealand, in the Spring of 2022, and going abroad again in Fall of 2022 to an undetermined location. In her free time, Abbey enjoys hanging with her cats and family, competitive swimming, reading, exploring new places, traveling, sewing, and art projects. She hopes being on this council will bring her closer to the University as an out-of-state student, and allow her to have an active role as a CAS student as she begins her on-campus journey. </p>anegin@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=19
Abram BanoubAbram Banoubhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Banoub_Abram_220202.png<p>​<span class="wrap-text">Abram Banoub, from Newark, Delaware, is a double major in Biological Sciences and Psychology with a minor in History. After receiving his bachelor’s degree, he plans to enter medical school and pursue becoming a doctor with the United States Navy. He is part of medical clubs across campus including the Foundation for International Relief of Medical Children and Making Doctors. Abram worked as a medical scribe at Kent Campus Bayhealth Hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic. He is also involved with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship as a small group leader. In his free time, he enjoys powerlifting, meteorology, and travel. As a council member, he hopes to give his opinion on ways to increase accessibility of the College of Arts and Sciences’ resources to those who would greatly benefit. Overall, Abram looks forward to help create the best possible experience for students in the College of Arts and Sciences.</span>​<br></p>abram@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=33
Afrin MirzaAfrin Mirzahttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/mirza-afrin.jpg<p>Afrin is a Biological Sciences major with a minor in Women and Gender Studies, from Bear, Delaware. After graduating from the University, she plans to attend medical school and purse a career in medicine. Currently, she is a member of the Health Professionals Council, Muslim Student Association and the South Asian Student Association. She regularly volunteers for Lori’s Hands and is doing research for Sociology. In her free time, Afrin enjoys art, specifically painting, traveling, reading, and watching movies. As a council member, she is excited to bridge the gap between the students and the administration. She is eager to get started and help ensure that the next 4 years for everyone go as successful as possible.​<br></p>afmirza@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=27
Alex DeweyAlex Deweyhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Dewey_Alex.jpg<p>​<span class="wrap-text">Alex, from Felton, Delaware, is a double major in Political Science and Public Policy and is an Economics minor. Also, Alex is an Eagle Scout and likes reading Marcus Aurelius’s meditation readings, while giving some of his free time toward working on a few political campaigns. Additionally, he is a graduate of the University of Delaware’s Associate in Arts Program (AAP) and is on track to graduate with his undergraduate degrees in the spring of 2024. As part of the AAP for two years, Alex dedicated his time toward promoting many initiatives for the students within his program as a peer mentor and as an AAP senator under the Student Government Association (SGA). Also during his time in the AAP, Alex worked on newly forming a Director’s Student Advisory Committee for the AAP, while also prioritizing students in his programm on a wide variety of issues when reaching out to the director of the AAP, the dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, and multiple faculty members of Student Life & Wellness. Currently, Alex is still a peer mentor and now serves a new role in SGA as the College of Arts and Sciences Academic Affairs senator. Now that he is taking this new position in SGA, Alex looks forward to learning more about and enhancing student life and engagement within the College of Arts and Sciences, while looking to actively serve his community within the College and the University as a whole. In relation to the value he adds to the council, he hopes to use his skills and experience he gained during his time as a student of the AAP, while combining his mindset of learning more about the student body within the College of Arts and Sciences in order to best represent the College in SGA.</span><br></p>alexdew@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=36
Ally LindseyAlly Lindseyhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/LIndsey_ally.jpg<p>​<span class="wrap-text">Ally is a Fashion Merchandising & Management major with minors in Business Administration and Advertising. She is an active member of UDress Magazine, a student-run fashion magazine at UD, as merchandise chair assistant and as part of the Public Relations Team. Ally is also a member of the Sigma Kappa Sorority, previously having the role of assistant VP of New Member Education. Ally is forging her path professionally as a Spring 2022 buying intern at QVC and a Summer 2022 merchandising intern at TJX Companies. Outside of academia and professional activity, Ally enjoys spending time with friends and family, cooking, and fitness. She hopes to go abroad during her senior year and travel throughout Europe. Her goal as a council member is to be a voice for the College of Arts and Sciences, bringing fresh perspective, ideas, and input and putting her experience and knowledge to use. Ally is excited to be more involved in the CAS, to work closely with the council, and to represent the Fashion Department.</span><br></p>alindsey@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=22
Anne BurmiAnne Burmihttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Burmi_anne.jpg<p>​<span class="wrap-text">Anne is a Biological Sciences major with a minor in Psychology, from Wilmington, Delaware. After UD, she plans to attend medical school and pursue a career in medicine. Currently, she is a member of the pre-med fraternity, Phi Delta Epsilon, regularly volunteers at Nemours Children's Hospital, and works as a CHEM workshop leader and BISC peer mentor on campus. Apart from academics, Anne enjoys traveling, outdoor activities, art and design, and spending time with her friends and family. She is very excited to become more involved in the College of A&S and advocate for her peers. And ultimately, ensure everyone gets the best experience while at UD.</span>​<br><br></p>anneburm@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=23
Casey LittrellCasey Littrellhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Littrell_casey_220303.jpg<p>​<span class="wrap-text">Casey is a Mathematics major from Lancaster, PA. He is vice president of the Math Club, and he plans to take part in the math department's Directed Reading Program to study math topics under the guidance of a UD graduate student. Casey is considering graduate education in the future in order to pursue mathematical research. He is also part of the Honors program at UD. In his free time he likes to watch movies, run, bake and spend time with old friends. Casey is looking forward to representing the math department on the council and hopes to bring a new perspective to the conversation in doing so.</span><br></p>littrell@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=34
Elyse DiPisaElyse DiPisahttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Elyse.jpeg<p>​<span style="font-size:14px;">Elyse is a Media Communications major with minors in Journalism and Sport Management. At UD, she is a Blue Hen Ambassador, as well as being actively involved in the Student Television Network, Hens All Access, the National Communication Honor Society Lambda Pi Eta, and Tri Delta. In her spare time, Elyse enjoys photography, video production, attending sporting events, writing and traveling. She will be spending this coming Winter 2022 studying advanced writing abroad in Florence, Italy. After graduating in May of 2023, Elyse plans on either pursuing a career in television broadcast - sports, news, or entertainment - or pursuing a Master of Arts. She is excited to connect with other members of the council, to serve as a voice for fellow students, and to represent the Department of Communication.</span></p>edipisa@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=21
Emily YontasEmily Yontashttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Yontas_Emily_2022.jpeg<p><span class="wrap-text">Emily Yontas, from Scranton, Pennsylvania, is a Biological Sciences major with a minor in Spanish in Healthcare. At the University of Delaware, she is involved in the Biological Honor Society, Tri-Beta, Medlife, along with being a peer mentor in BISC related classes. </span><span class="wrap-text">Emily is also a part of the Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority while avidly participating in UDance. After her studies at UD, she plans to continue her education with a goal of being involved in pediatric orthopedics. Outside of the University of Delaware, she loves spending time with friends and family, exercising, traveling, and being with her dog Finley, who is being trained by "Compassionate Care" to become a therapy dog in the near future. Emily's main goal while on the council is to be a voice for all of her peers who are in the College of Arts and Sciences along with bringing a different perspective to the table. She is beyond excited to have the opportunity to participate in this council and continue to make UD a positive place for students.</span>​</p>https://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=28
Jake KalinowskiJake Kalinowskihttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/kalinowski-j.jpg<p>​Jake is a Communication major and in the future plans to add a minor in Environmental Humanities. Jake loves to sing and is a member of Delaware’s a cappella group, the Deltones. He is also a part of several environmental groups on campus such as the Climate Reality Project, Earth Ocean Environment Club, and Students for the Environment. In addition to singing and environmental groups, Jake is training for his radio show with WVUD and helps film UD’s live talk show, RealTalk. To destress, Jake can be found hiking with the Outing Club, working out at Lil Bob, or relaxing with some friends with the yoga club. Outside of school activities, Jake love spending time with his friends and family, bike riding, and traveling. He hopes to someday study abroad in London or Australia. Jake is excited to work with other members of the council, to be a voice for his peers, and to represent the Communication Department.​<br></p>jakekal@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=25
Jake ScanlonJake Scanlonhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Scanlon_Jake.jpg<p>​Jake is a Political Science major and Journalism minor from Savannah, GA. Jake is an active participant in Registered Student Organizations — such as Hillel, College Democrats, and Student Alumni Ambassadors — and he is a Brother of Beta Theta Pi. His goal as a council member is to advocate for his peers and make their needs and concerns heard by the administration — especially during the COVID-19 pandemic that has left few avenues for this kind of communication. In his free time, Jake likes hiking, taking cycling classes, meditation, spending time with friends, and photography.</p>scanlonj@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=16
Jiya PatelJiya Patelhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/jiya.jpg<p>Jiya is a Biological Sciences major with minors in Public Policy and Public Health. She plans to pursue a career as a doctor after receiving her Bachelor of Sciences in Biological Sciences. She is the President of an RSO called Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children and is involved in a wide range of organizations on campus such as MedLife, Creative Mentoring and Making Doctors. Her goal as a council member is to improve students’ experiences in the College of Arts and Sciences by bringing suggestions and concerns from the student body. In her free time, Jiya enjoys a variety of activities that involve being outdoors such as hiking and running. Jiya is excited to be a part of this council and represent students with a biology major.<br></p>pateljj@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=13
John Salsini-TobiasJohn Salsini-Tobiashttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/salsini-tobias-j.jpg<p>​John is a Biological Sciences (BA) major with minors in Spanish for Healthcare and History in the Honors College. He plans on attending medical school through the HPEC program after graduating in 2023. He is engaged in Alzheimer's research in a Biological Sciences lab with Dr. Jessica Tanis and spent his 2022 winter session on a study abroad program in Pavia, Italy to shadow a variety of medical specialists. Outside of class, he writes and edits for UDress Magazine, serves as a Bio Ambassador to guide prospective UD students, and volunteers at the Blood Bank of Delmarva. John enjoys to travel, hike, and run (or bike when he's injured).<br></p>jst@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=29
Lauren DelaneyLauren Delaneyhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Delaney_Lauren.jpg<p>​Lauren is a first year Sociology major with minors in Spanish and Legal Studies, following a pre-law track. After graduating she hopes to attend law school to eventually practice as a bilingual lawyer. She is a member of Gamma Sigma Sigma, a national service sorority on campus. She also participates in Chaarg, a fitness club dedicated to making girls more confident. Lauren is also a member of the Honors College. Participating in these activities has allowed for Lauren to meet many students on campus and understand student values. She is so excited to be serving on the Student Advisory Council and looks forward to giving her perspective. Finally getting on campus, she is so excited to get further involved and put all of her experience to use. In her free time, Lauren enjoys going to Perkins to get some work done, musical theater, working out, going to Dunkin’ for an iced coffee, and spending time with her dogs!</p>delaneyl@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=17
Lawson SchultzLawson Schultzhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/lawson headshot close.jpg<p>​Lawson is a Sociology and Art double major with a minor in History. She is also involved with sports on campus as a member of the Women’s Ice Hockey Team and has had the opportunity to help paint four of the public murals on Main Street. This spring Lawson is eager to be a teacher’s assistant for Sue Barton’s Landscape Architecture Field Sketching class, a course she participated in while studying abroad in Brazil. She is also excited to volunteer for Gay Men’s Health Crisis Non-profit this spring break through UDAB. From Newark, Delaware, Lawson enjoys visiting national parks, playing soccer, and exploring different cultures through cuisine.<br></p>lschultz@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=7
Maggie BuckridgeMaggie Buckridgehttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/maggie_0084.jpg<p>​Maggie is a Public Policy major with minors in Legal students and Domestic Violence Services and Prevention. She is a Distinguished Scholar, and seeks to represent students in the honors community. Her goal as a council member is to make the student body feel that the College of Arts and Sciences is a community that supports and hears them. As a UD policy student, she wants to explore the issues of domestic violence, restorative justice, and voter engagement. On campus, Maggie is involved with Make It Count, Redding Community Council, and the First Year Fellows Program. In her free time, Maggie enjoys dancing, partaking in interfaith discussions, and engaging in service trips with University of Delaware Alternative Breaks, as well as other groups. She is passionate about raising awareness about domestic violence and teen dating abuse, and plans to pursue a career as a lawyer who can represent victims of gender based violence.</p>bmaggie@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=8
Miranda ValerioMiranda Valeriohttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Valerio_Miranda.png<p>​<span class="wrap-text">Miranda is a senior Psychology major with a minor in Biological Sciences from West Chester, Pennsylvania. After graduation from UD, she plans to attend physician assistant school and pursue a career in medicine. Currently, she is a member of the Physician Assistant Club and Psi Chi Psychology Honor Society. She is a medical assistant at a dermatology practice in her area and volunteers at her local hospital. Miranda is also an undergraduate research assistant for a developmental psychology lab called Attachment Biobehavioral Catch-up in Newark, Delaware. Outside of her studies and work, Miranda enjoys spending time with family and friends, finding new restaurants to enjoy, and catching up on her favorite podcasts. Miranda is excited to become more involved in the College of Arts & Sciences with hopes to make it an even better experience for current and even future students.</span>​<br></p>mvalerio@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=35
Olivia ChowdhuryOlivia Chowdhuryhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Chowdhury_Olivia.jpg<p>​Olivia is an International Relations major with a minor in Spanish. She is a<br>member of the Community Engagement Scholars program, and also a part of various organizations on campus, such as Active Minds, Circle K, UNICEF, CharityCrossing, and We’re First. She serves on the executive board for Active Minds and Circle K as Fundraising Chair. Her main goal as a council member is to bridge the communication gap between the students and the administration board. When changes are being implemented it is important for her to make sure that all student voices are being heard. In Olivia’s free time she enjoys baking/cooking, reading, and painting. She also enjoys being outdoors and taking part in water sports, such as swimming and kayaking. Olivia is unsure of her plans after graduation, but hopes to use her passion in service to help underdeveloped countries. Olivia is super excited to work with the council and help make a difference in the UD community. </p>oliviac@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=18
Samsara WlueSamsara Wluehttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Wlue_Samsara_220202.png<p>​<span class="wrap-text">Samsara Wlue is a Neuroscience major with a minor in Biology from Newcastle, Delaware. Due to her interest in neuroscience, Samsara works part-time as a direct support provider, where she assists individuals with mental disabilities complete everyday tasks. This job has proven very rewarding, and Samsara continues to learn a lot about herself and others. In the future, Samsara plans to attend medical school in hopes of one day pursuing her passion of becoming a gynecologist. Currently, Samsara spends her time as the volunteer coordinator for the Minority Association of Pre-medical Students, a volunteer at the University of Penn Hospital, and an active member of the Afrodisiac Dance Troupe. Her goal as a council member is to improve not only the communication between students and faculty but also the relationship. She hopes to shed light on issues that are important to the student body and to ultimately be a part of something bigger than herself. In her free time, Samsara is the CEO of her makeup brand glam by sam; she also enjoys watching movies and spending time with her loved ones</span>​.<br></p>samsaraw@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=30
Yannick NguenkamYannick Nguenkamhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/yannick.jpg<p></p>​Yannick Nguenkam is a Biological Sciences student, looking for a minor in chemistry and entrepreneurship. He is a member of the Blue Hen Leadership Program, serves on the executive board for Making Doctors as treasurer, and will be a resident assistant in the spring. Originally from Fairfax, Virginia, he believes that by joining the council he will be able to do his part to address needs and concerns across the UD community while learning more about how UD's executive structure operates. Aside from academics, Yannick likes to shoot arrows with the Archery club, learn how to grapple with the Jiu Jitsu club, sketch, weight lift, and of course hang out with friends. In the future, I plan on attending medical school.​ynguenkm@udel.eduhttps://www.cas.udel.edu/StudentAdvisoryCouncil/Forms/DispForm.aspx?ID=14

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