College of Education Senate

The College of Education Senate is a collaborative, action-oriented body, which serves a critical function in the College of Education's shared governance. Taking action on behalf of the faculty, staff, and students allows Senators to have a beneficial impact on the college. The Senate is a cross-departmental collective where you can keep up to date and have your voice heard on campus and college policies and initiatives, civic engagement, sustainability, and anti-racist efforts. Students are welcome to join our subcommittees on college awards, diversity and inclusion, and sustainability. These subcommittee meet monthly on Fridays, 9:30-11:00 am.

2023-2024 Meetings:

  • October 20th
  • November 10th
  • December 8th
  • February 23rd 
  • March 29th
  • April 26th

Please contact Lucas Butler, Senate Chair, for more details (

Undergraduate Student Representatives

Adelaide Sudbrink (she/her)

Adelaide Sudbrink headshot

Year: Junior
Major: Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Education, Minor in Public Leadership
Hometown: Bel Air, Maryland







Taylor Clark (she/her)

Taylor Clark headshot

Year: Junior
Major: Human Development
Hometown: Lanham, Maryland







Graduate Student Representative

Kelsey Brown (she/her)

Kelsey Brown, Headshot


Year: 1st Year, Master's student
Major: Higher Education (HESI)
Hometown: Philadelphia, PA






Jaden Mikoulinskii (she/her)

Jaden Headshot


Year: 2nd Year, Master's student
Major: Higher Education (HESI)
Hometown: Appleton, Wisconsin





Eric Schoute (he/him)

Eric Schoute Headshot


Year: 6th Year, Doctoral student
Major: Educational Psychology Specialization (HDQM)
Hometown: Leusden, a semi-urban town in the province of Utrecht in the Netherlands