Each year, the College of Arts and Sciences appoints two to three undergraduate student representatives to the Themester advisory committee.
The Themester advisory committee, made up of College faculty and students, spends the spring semester shaping the subsequent fall semester's Themester program by reviewing programming proposals and selecting events that focus on the theme. The committee meets approximately once a month.
Student committee members provide an important perspective in the creation of the overarching Themester program, and help ensure that undergraduate student needs and interests remain central.
Preference is given to undergraduate students with majors and minors in the College of Arts and Sciences. The College is particularly interested in students with a strong academic or personal interest in the theme. The fall 2020 theme is “Democracy.”
Application Materials and Deadline
Interested students should submit the following:
1) A résumé, including current major and intended degree completion date
2) A statement of interest/cover letter that includes answers to the following questions:
Why would serving on the committee interest you?
What could you bring to the committee? Why would you be a good student representative?
3) One to two academic references (i.e. past instructors who might speak to your qualities)
Letters of reference are not necessary. We seek names and contact information.
Send application materials combined into one document to email@example.com by November 1 to be considered for the Themester 2020 committee.