Planning fun events while improving the IU School of Education - it’s all part of the important work from the Dean’s Advisory Council.
The Dean’s Advisory Council is a student-led group within the School of Education that has three goals: act as a communication bridge between the undergraduate student body and the administration, create a community within the School of Education by putting on events and raise money for education-related charities. This year, the group officially obtained University Student Organization (USO) status within IU.
Junior Sarah Richardson and sophomore Jordan Pyles are co-presidents of the DAC. Their work involves planning group events and communicating with Dean Anastasia Morrone and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education Jeff Anderson.
“I am so pleased that the Dean’s Advisory Council has been formally recognized as an IU University Student Organization,” Anderson said. “For many years, DAC has served as the voice of the undergraduates in the SOE, providing an invaluable source of information to the administration.”