Dean's Student Advisory Board

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Interested in joining the COLA DSAB? Applications are accepted year-round.

Submit questions, issues, or concerns to the Dean's Student Advisory Board.

The College of Liberal Arts (COLA) Dean’s Student Advisory Board is a student-run organization that advocates for the needs of students within the College of Liberal Arts at Wright State University. The board works diligently to make sure every student's voice is being heard. The board is committed to working with the dean to address any issue a COLA student may have.

The Dean’s Student Advisory Board works closely with the Center for Liberal Arts Student Success to plan various programs for fun and professional development. The board is also involved in various philanthropic efforts at the university and within the Dayton region.

Please feel free to contact our board members with any concerns. We are eager to help and will do everything we can to resolve the issue.

2021-22 Members

Jilian Boyd

Jillian Boyd is a senior Political Science major who is excited to be a new member of COLA DSAB.

Cameron Haught

Cameron is currently a senior at WSU studying political science and is the CoLA representative to the Student Government. While pursuing his degree here, he also works at Pepsi and is a high school track and cross-country coach.

Megan Henry

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Megan Henry is a lifelong history enthusiast who is grateful to Wright State for opening a pathway to turning that lifelong love into a career. She is excited to be going on to American University in Washington, D.C.

Leah Millikin

Leah Millikin is a Dayton native and recently transferred to Wright State from Sinclair. She’s currently pursuing her BA in Media Studies and hopes to begin a career in media. In her free time, she enjoys reading, traveling, crafting, and hiking.

Mario Purifie, Jr.

Mario Purifie, Jr. graduated from Jesup W. Scott High School last year in 2020 and is now a sophomore here at Wright State. Mario majors in Crime & Justice Studies with a minor in Pre-Law.

2018-19 Members

Benjamin Asebrook

Benjamin Asebrook is a senior studying Philosophy. He is originally from Russia but moved to America when he was young.

Jackson Bowser

Jackson Bowser is a third-year student currently pursuing a major in History and a minor in Spanish.

Jackson Cornwell

Jackson Cornwell is a third-year Political Science major with a double minor in Philosophy and International Business.

MD Curtis

MD Curtis is a sophomore majoring in Spanish with a Pre-Med focus. In addition to being a member of COLA DSAB, MD is a member of 4-Paws WSU, Spanish club, and Pre-Health Society.

John Davis

John Davis is a junior studying History and Religion. He is a 2nd year RA, member of the 67’ Society, and Admissions Ambassador. You can always find John at the Chapel or playing Intramural sports. 

Leah Dryden

Leah Dryden is a senior majoring in Political Science with a minor in Professional Writing. After her undergraduate, Leah wants to pursue a master's in Higher Education administration, and work as an education lobbyist.

Lee Huntsberger

Lee Huntsberger is a senior studying Classical Humanities, International Studies, and Chinese but new to the Dean’s Student Advisory Board (DSAB).

B Lenz

B Lenz is a Political Science major and a Design Tech minor with the College of Liberal Arts.

Meera Patel

Meera Patel is a senior majoring in Political Science. In April 2019, she participated at the National Model UN Conference in New York as a delegate representing Poland.

Milo Simpson

Milo Simpson is a third-year Geography major. Milo is passionately involved in two student organizations he has founded on Wright State’s campus.

Victoria Stricklen

Victoria “Tori” Stricklen is a senior in the Social Work program and a first-generation college student! In addition to attending classes full time, she works at Daybreak, and also interns there.

John Stubblefield

John Stubblefield is a junior majoring in English with a minor in Business. After his undergraduate, he plans to attend law school with the goal of practicing international law, copyright law, or trial law.

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