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College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences

Student Advisory Board

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The College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences Student Advisory Board provides support to the College in meeting its strategic goals. Board members are each assigned to one of four committees: Communication, Development, Diversity and Inclusion, and Professional Development. Each committee works to assist the College in providing an outstanding educational experience for all students.

  • Selection Process

    Each Spring a call for applications is sent to all undergraduate and graduate students in the College in order to allow for selection of new board members. Once selected to serve on the board, upon successful completion of board membership students are given the opportunity to remain on the board throughout their academic career at Clemson. Therefore, the number of board vacancies will vary yearly. The board strives to provide representation across majors, class rank, and a variety of demographic factors to allow for diverse representation of students within the College.

  • Advisory Board Committees
    Communication and Social Media Committee
    • Work with College media relations staff on story ideas
    • Social media take over once/semester
    • Serve as “roving reporters” to take photos and create bullet points to be used for copy at events, presentation or during class activities
    • Provide feedback to media staff on content of social media feeds
    Development and Fundraising Committee
    • Assist with donor visits on campus
    • Participate in week of gratitude activities
    • Assist with phone-a-thon as needed
    • Meet with interns to gain greater understanding of development goals of College
    • Serve as student hosts as needed in President’s Box (football), etc.
     Diversity and Inclusion Committee
    • Provide support for the College’s Strategic Plan for Inclusive Excellence
    • Provide student representative on College Diversity and Community Committee
    • Provide assistance at the Men of Color Summit
    • Support recruitment efforts of diverse populations
    Professional Development Committee
    • Conduct an informal assessment of professional development needs of students
    • Develop one workshop per semester to meet professional development needs
  • Current Advisory Board Members
    Student Major Year Email
    Olivia Henderson Criminal Justice/Psychology Junior omhende@g.clemson.edu
    Kellan Fenegan Sociology/Political Science Sophomore kfenega@g.clemson.edu
    Molly Brackett Communication Junior mbbrack@g.clemson.edu
    Taylor Uremovich Communication Sophomore turemov@g.clemson.edu
    Kaitlyn Vu Nursing Sophomore vu@g.clemson.edu
    Amelia Moffatt Nursing Sophomore admoffa@g.clemson.edu
    Jasmine Sampson Public Health Sciences Sophomore jdsamp@g.clemson.edu
    Katherine Joiner Public Health Sciences Junior kjoiner@g.clemson.edu
    Whitney Jordan Political Science Senior wljorda@g.clemson.edu
    Sarah Hall Political Science Sophomore sjh4@g.clemson.edu
    Eva Welborn Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Sophomore emwelbo@g.clemson.edu
    Ellie Haydamack Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Senior ehaydam@g.clemson.edu
    Abner Quinonez Psychology Junior aquinon@g.clemson.edu
    Margaret (Meg) Fischer Psychology Senior mlfisch@g.clemson.edu
    Geoff Gilson Policy Studies Graduate Student pgilson@g.clemson.edu
    Luke Hall Psychology Senior/Graduate Student lchall@g.clemson.edu
  • More Information
    For more information about the board, please contact Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies, Faculty Affairs and Inclusive Excellence Denise Anderson at dander2@clemson.edu.
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