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Dean's Student Advisory Board

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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.


2018-19 Members

Emma Peterson

Emma Peterson is a senior at Wright State double majoring in Spanish and international studies and minoring in French.

Kayla Mosley

Kayla Mosley is a senior at Wright State majoring in English literature, minoring in deaf studies, and pursuing a certificate in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages).

Anthony Lucas

Anthony Lucas is a senior majoring in social science education. After graduating in the fall of 2019, he plans to continue his education at Wright State University with the goal of obtaining a master’s degree in education.

Jackson Cornwell

(COLA Senator) Jackson Cornwell is a second-year philosophy and political science double major with a minor in legal studies.

Leah Dryden

Leah Dryden, a second-year student at Wright State, is an English major with a minor in political science.

Shen Yao

Shen Yao is a graduate student majoring in TESOL (Teaching English to the Speakers of Other Languages).

Kendra Willis

Kendra Willis is a junior at Wright State majoring in crime and justice studies and a minor in legal studies.

Cierra Ward

Cierra Ward is a junior music education major with a focus in vocal education. She is also pursuing a certificate in arts administration.

Anna Helmig

Anna Helmig is a first-year graduate student in the public history program. She graduated from Wright State with a B.A. in history and religious studies in Spring 2018.

Beth Lenz

Beth Lenz is a Political Science major and a Design/Technology minor with the College of Liberal Arts.

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