The College of Allied Health and Nursing Student Advisory Board provides input to the Dean regarding student questions, concerns, and ideas. Members also serve as ambassadors for the College with prospective students, current students, and community members through participating in events, service and leadership opportunities. The Advisory Board meets monthly with the Dean and Student Relations Director.

2022-2023 Student Advisory Board:

  • Communication Sciences and Disorders:
    • Undergraduate: Tayler Johnson
    • Graduate: Nicole Shelton 
  • Dental Hygiene: Courtney Friemann
  • Family Consumer Science
    • Child Development Family Studies: Julia Prouty
    • Dietetics: Heron Bartz
    • Family Consumer Science Education: Deanna Wilson
  • Health Science
    • Alcohol and Drug Studies: TBA
    • Applied Health Science: Nudrat Nawar
  • Human Performance
    • Athletic Training: Mitzi Guizar
    • Exercise Science: Elyse Hayes
    • Health and Physical Education: Tyler Linder
    • Sport Management: Charles Kamrowski
  • Recreation, Parks & Leisure Services
    • Experiential Education: TBA
    • Recreation, Parks & Leisure Services: Cammi Nordmeyer
  • School of Nursing: Kiersten Kruger, Maura Novak and Mallory Steinmetz
  • Social Work:
    • BSSW: Jessica Navarro

College Advisory Board Vision and Purpose

The Board works in partnership with the College of Allied Health and Nursing to enhance the College’s educational programs, University and community relationships, resources, and reputation, and to address the mission and vision of the College of Allied Health and Nursing as a whole.

The College of Allied Health and Nursing Advisory Board will provide guidance to the College Dean, Associate Dean, faculty, students and staff by identifying the following:

  • Potential, mutually beneficial external partnerships between the College and other entities outside the University
  • Potential service and applied research activities that would impact the general public and specific populations
  • Strategies to publicize the education, research, and service activities of the College
  • Public and private sources of funds and fundraising activities to supplement college-wide resources.