NHS College Student Council

2013-2014

 

The College of Natural and Health Sciences Student Council's (NHS-SC) membership is open to student representatives from each of the Schools and Departments in College (Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Human Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Nursing, Physics and Astronomy, and Sport and Exercise Science), as well as student representatives from the chartered NHS student clubs, and the Dean’s Office representative (Advisor).

NHS Student Council

Student Council Members

Kelsey Munn, President (Dietetics)
Linda Nguyen, Vice President (Chemistry)
Aeron Acott, Treasurer (Dietetics)
Stevi Mergner, Secretary (ASLS)
Nisa Barela (SES, Nutrition, Pre-PT Club)
Lindsey Binder (Athletic Training)
Ava Brereton (ASLS, NSSLAH)
Quincy Brown (SES)
Kelly Ciesco (Nutrition)
Jasmine Duren (Nursing)
Phillip Foy (Meteorology)
Pamela Krehbiel (ASLS, NSSLAH)
Joseph LaSala (Nursing)
Brenna Melvin (ASLS, NSSLAH)
Brett Nichols (SES)
Megan Ross (Nutrition)
Beckie Croissant (Advisor)

Purpose of the NHS College Student Council:

  • Communication - To provide a communication liaison between the student body, NHS faculty, and NHS administration. NHS-SC will strive to first and foremost develop student voice within NHS and to foster greater communication amongst the students of NHS as well as the university community.
  • Representation - To appear on behalf of and speak for the students of the College of Natural and Health Sciences on all appropriate matters concerning said students.
  • NHS Events - To aid in the organization of NHS events and activities and facilitate joint club participation. This may include, but not be limited to, guest speakers, College-level picnics or awards.
  • Placement Activities - To promote NHS student placement activities. This may include, but not be limited to, seminars, lecturers, and utilization of placement bulletin boards.
  • Student Organization Events - To encourage and support approved NHS student activities. Special emphasis should be given to supporting activities of NHS’s student clubs and activities designed to facilitate placement of NHS graduates.
  • Student Organization Recognition - To foster the recognition of NHS student clubs.

Meetings:

  • A minimum of three (3) NHS-SC meetings will be held per academic semester (Fall and Spring). NHS-SC will not meet during the summer term or during closed school university periods.

Constitution and Bylaws: Click here to view the NHS-SC Constitution and Bylaws

Interested in joining? Click here for an application

Contact: For more information contact Beckie Croissant at (970) 351-2774 or rebecca.croissant@unco.edu

Click here to view past council members

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