Announcing...the launch of SEBA's Undergraduate Student Advisory Board
The Saint Mary's College School of Economics and Business Administration (SEBA), takes a unique approach toward educating current and future leaders and managers. Their mission is to create professionally skilled, ethically principled, socially responsible, and personally fulfilled individuals.
In keeping with this student-centric charge, SEBA proudly launched an Undergraduate Student Advisory Board earlier this week. SEBA Associate Dean, Dr. Larisa V. Genin explains the role this new resource will encompass at Saint Mary's College.
"The main purpose of the new SEBA Undergraduate Student Advisory Board is to provide the undergraduate student body a forum to voice their needs, concerns, and suggestions as they pertain to future planning and decision making within the School."
This is a truly powerful notion. The Student Advisory Board will deliver ongoing advice concerning the enrichment of SEBA's curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular undertakings. In addition, they'll work to represent SEBA students' voice, taking on issues such as, student experience, support, and ideas for enhancement.
It's in this capacity that Dr. Genin sees the true importance of this new Student Advisory Board. "They will act as an essential liaison between the students, the faculty, and the Dean's Office in order to foster a superior learning environment."
SEBA welcomes the 2011-2012 Undergraduate Student Advisory Board:
Laycee Alves '12 Accounting Major
Sharon S. Chandiramani '13 Business Administration Major
Sihang Chen '12 Economics Major
Kelly Fisher '11 Business Administration Major
Justin Grider '11 Economics Major
Sarah Goeckel '12 Accounting Major
Morgan A. Hatten '13 Business Administration Major
Scott Karas '12 Business Administration Major
Matthew King '12 Business Administration Major
Chelsey Marderosian '11 Accounting Major
Isaac Morton '12 Economics Major
Ciara Pedroncelli '12 Accounting Major
Matthew Soares '11 Economics Major
Charles Tracy '11 Business Administration Major
Tracy Vasquez '12 Business Administration Major
Alexys Woods '12 Business Administration Major
Michael Weber '12 Economics Major
Paul Wright '11 Business Administration Major
The School of Economics and Business Administration (SEBA) offers distinguished undergraduate degree programs, such as the B.S. in Accounting, the B.S. in Business Administration, and the choice of a B.A. or B.S. in Economics. For questions about the SEBA Undergraduate Advisory Board, please email us.