Student Equity Ambassador Initiative.

Student Equity Ambassadors

The Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion (OIDI) has initiated a new group to prepare and include students (undergraduate and graduate) to serve on faculty search committees. Our goal is to prepare and train students to work with our OIDI and the DEI Academic Leadership Council during all faculty search processes. OIDI and EEO will be providing in-depth training for this group. The training will address topics such as power dynamics, ethics, policies, and strategies in faculty hiring processes. This is a great opportunity for these students to grow in their leadership endeavors. We will announce all student ambassadors once they have gone through training.

Equity Ambassadors

Adrian Parker
Graduate Student
Program: Educational Leadership
College of Education, Health and Society
 
Ayo Obisesan
Major: Software Engineering
College of Engineering and Computing        
 
Devin Moran
Graduate Student
Program: Educational Leadership     
College of Education, Health and Society
 
Jade Burt
Undergraduate Student
Major (s): Integrated English Language Arts Edu; Transformative Education        
College of Education, Health and Society
 
Kelsey Kamm
Undergraduate Students
Major: Biomedical Engineering
College of Engineering and Computing        
 
Lauren Haus
Undergraduate Student
Major: Psychology
College of Arts and Sciences
 
Logan Harvey
Undergraduate Student
Major(s):
College of Creative Arts
 
Michael Amoah         
Undergraduate Student
Major: Computer Engineering
College of Engineering and Computing
 
Miranda Corpora
Graduate Student
Program: Social Gerontology; Applied Statistics
College of Arts and Science
 
Pankhuri Aggarwal
Graduate Student
Program: Psychology; Applied Statistics
College of Arts and Science
 
Rill Howard   
Undergraduate Student
Major: Computer Science
College of Engineering and Computing
 
Saranya Sanaka
Undergraduate Student
Major: Biology; Premedical Studies
College of Arts and Science
 
Sumit Tripathi
Undergraduate Student
Major: Physics; Philosophy
College of Arts and Science
 
Wayne Chaney
Undergraduate Student
Major: Computer Engineering          
College of Engineering and Computing