Student Advisory Board Undergraduate Committee
The Student Advisory Board Undergraduate Committee is comprised of up to 12 undergraduate students across various class years and majors, and meets one to two times per month during the semester.
- Plan social justice awareness oriented events (one per semester) for the student body and the University of Rochester community; help at and attend planned events
- Advise the Center on student engagement ideas and social justice issues important to students
- Help the Center promote their events and initiatives
- Work with University departments and student groups on co-sponsorships that work to bring awareness to and advocate for social justice and equity
Join the Student Advisory Board Undergraduate Committee
Current SAB Members
Aya Abdelrahman ’20
Isabel Adeniji ’22
Sravya Betha ’22
Tina Chen ’20
Victoria Dey ’21
Drusilla Talawa ’22
Hager Elkhidir ’21
Michaela Fuchs ’23
Shourya Jain ’20
Jennifer Jordahl ’23
Jenna Raslan ’21
Yumeng Xi ’20
Karla Zendejas ’22
Will be announced in Fall 2019
Pathways for Women in STEM Panel
April 11, 2019
Women across various levels of STEM academia, including undergraduate, graduate, and faculty, shared some of the challenges they have experienced as well as successes, and possible paths to pursue in navigating a STEM career.
Movie screening: “How to Survive a Plague”
December 1st, 2018
In observance of World AIDS Day Student Advisory Board members hosted a screening of the film “How to Survive a Plague,” a documentary that follows activists through their struggle for response from the United States government and medical establishment in developing awareness and effective HIV/AIDS medications.
Faces of Instersectionality
February 28th, 2018
Professor Katherine Mariner of the Anthropology Department led an interactive discussion about the meaning of intersectionality and how we can apply it in our lives.
Gratitude Luncheon for Dining Staff
December 8th, 2017
Student Advisory Board members prepared dinner to be shared among UR dining staff and students to thank them for the work they do.