Student Advisory Board acts as “the voice” for CBA undergrads
The College of Business Administration Student Advisory Board includes seniors (L to R): Allison Dillard, Donna Nolasco, SAB President Judith Atwood, and Jonathan Keehn. Not pictured: seniors Rebecca Bennetts, Joel Donlon, Megan Husek, Marc Miles, Michael Simon, Loren Tirone, Lindita Tomaj, and juniors Allison Diakow and Kelley Rence.
Quietly but effectively, the College of Business Administration Student Advisory Board (SAB) represents the undergraduates of the College. The SAB, including faculty advisor and assistant to the Dean Mary Hassett, meets twice a month with Dean Bahman Mirshab ’71 and Associate Dean Bruce Brorby. At the meetings, says SAB President Judith Atwood, “We convey any suggestions, concerns, thoughts, or ideas that students may have about classes, instructors or school events to the Deans. We are the voice for business students.”
The SAB also organizes social events, such as luncheons for first-year students and the famous Dean’s Dogs barbeque, held this year in the new bench area on the south side of the C & F building.
The SAB plans on holding alumni and graduation events, and recruitment of new members is also on the SAB agenda. Noting that a majority of the group’s members are seniors, Atwood says, “It is important that we get younger students involved so that the organization can continue to grow.”