The SAB was instituted in the fall of 2011 as a mechanism for the college to receive feedback from its students. Members are charged with:

  • Advising the Dean regarding strengths and challenges within the college
  • Providing feedback to the Dean regarding CAMD initiatives
  • Serve as liaisons with other students and represent student perspectives
  • Take an active role in soliciting input from other CAMD students
  • Become an agent for creating a supportive culture in CAMD
  • Identify agenda items for board meetings
  • Generating an annual report for the Dean regarding strengths and challenges

How often does it meet?

The SAB meets once per month on the last Wednesday of each month at 5:00 pm for the months of September through November and January through March. Dates may be adjusted to accommodate holidays.

What is its composition?

The SAB is comprised of eight students, one from each of the schools, departments and programs that make up the College of Arts, Media and Design.

How is it so composed?

Students are eligible to become a member of the SAB after they are nominated through department chair and faculty recommendations as well as consenting to serve on the board in accordance with the charges and required meeting times, itemized above.

Our current members

The members for the 2014-2015 academic year are listed here along with their contact information.  If you have an issue that you would like to raise your SAB representative, please email him or her.

If you are interested in serving in a future year, contact  your department chair or faculty mentor to request his/her nomination.  Nominations are accepted in August for

Molly McNally

Representing: School of Architecture
BLA in Landscape Architecture

Note: Molly is graduating after the Fall 2014 semester (Congrats Molly!) so we need a new representative for Architecture to serve in Spring 2015.  Interested candidates should ask the department chair or faculty mentor for a nomination.

Julia Wlochowski

Representing:  Department of Art + Design and the Game Design Program
BFA in Digital Arts/Game Design

Samantha Wasserman

Representing: Department of Communication Studies
BA in Communication Studies

Angel Feliciano

Representing: School of Journalism
BA in Journalism

Inesa Luneckaite

Representing: Media and Screen Studies Program
BA in Media and Screen Studies/Cinema Studies

Kira Bornemann

Representing: Department of Music
BS in Music, Concentration in Music Industry

Grant Terzakis

Representing: Department of Theatre
BS in Theatre, Concentration in Theatre Performance