OED Student Advisory Team, 2016-2017

OED Student Advisory Team, 2016-2017

The Office for Equity and Diversity (OED) Student Advisory Team is a cohort of undergraduate and graduate/professional students interested in engaging more deeply with the work of achieving the University of Minnesota’s most ambitious equity and diversity goals. Advisory team members play a pivotal role in advising the Vice President and OED leadership on policies, procedures and best practices, and assisting us in assessing our current student-facing programs and initiatives. Similarly, advisory team members serve as ambassadors of OED to the campus community, will work to foster a campus climate in which all students can achieve their full potential as learners and leaders, and will promote equity and diversity as a collective, shared responsibility of all members of the campus community.

We are thrilled to welcome and work with the 2016-2017 OED Student Advisory Team:

  • Roqayah Ajaj, Organizational Leadership and Policy Development
  • Deandra Bardell, Mathematics
  • Aravind Boddupalli, Political Science & Economics
  • Angela Carter, Feminist Studies
  • Max Chu, Political Science
  • Cara Claflin, Strategic Communication
  • Rebecca Cohen-Rencountre, Cultural Anthropology/American Indian Studies
  • Calvary Diggs, School Psychology
  • Kaylan Fernandez, Sociology of Law, Criminology and Deviance & Political Science
  • Dylan Galos, Epidemiology
  • Emily Horton, Organizational Leadership and Policy Development
  • Katty Kropf, Psychology, English, Neuroscience & Addiction Science
  • Ariana Lopez, Chicano & Latino Studies
  • Rebecca Mintz, Community Health Promotion
  • Simran Mishra, Finance
  • Megan Niemuth, Undecided
  • Matthew Odumuyiwa, Undecided
  • Andrea Paygar-Flangiah, Undeclared
  • Nadia Pedersen, Materials Science and Engineering
  • Rajesh Satpathy, Global Studies
  • Meida Surya, Human Resource Development
  • Heider Tun Tun, History
  • Kyle Whipple, STEM Education
  • May Yang, Organizational Leadership and Policy Development
  • Amy Zhang, Medicine

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