Honors, Scholars, and Fellows Student Advisory Board

The mission of the Honors, Scholars, and Fellows Student Advisory Board (HSF SAB) is to serve as a voice for students’ ideas and desired resources and to generate value-added programs and policies to advance the HSF mission and collaboration of HSF programs.

HSF SAB Charge

  • Provide critical feedback about HSF student priorities to HSF staff
  • Represent the HSF student community in applicable staff meetings
  • Communicate updates between HSF staff, leadership, and the SAB
  • Identify any issues affecting collaboration among key constituent groups in the HSF community
  • Assist in ongoing HSF collaboration and marketing efforts by cross promoting events
  • Create and coordinate an HSF student event calendar

 

HSF SAB Newsletter

Catch up on highlights from fall 2019 and what to expect in spring 2020 by reading our first newsletter!

Current Board Members


  • David Advent, Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement (CRE)
  • Elizabeth Ames, Honors Program
  • Lillie Brody, Honor Student Association (HSA)
  • Grace Castillo, Student Council for Undergraduate Research and Creativity (SCURC)
  • Hana Grubb, Florida Georgia Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation in STEM (FGLSAMP)
  • Sneha Kapil, Office of National Fellowships (ONF)
  • Valeria Rigobon, The Diversity & Inclusion in research & Teaching Organization (DIRECTO)
  • Molly Rimes, Honors Experience Program (HEP)
  • Honorine Rouiller, Graduate Fellowship Awards (OGFA)
  • Asif Shaikh, Graduate Student Ambassadors
  • Dominic Tarro, Honors Student Association (HSA)
  • Thalia Valdes, Honors Program
  • Spencer Youngberg, Program for Instructional Excellence (PIE)
  • Amy Haggard, Advisor

Board Member Specifics

  1. One-year renewable terms.
  2. Meetings will be determined based on student availability and class schedule. Scheduling will be monthly or biweekly.
  3. Regular participation in HSF activities and meetings will be essential if the board is to be effective. Therefore, if an individual misses more than two meetings, they may be dismissed from the board.

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