Undergraduate Student Assembly

What is the Undergraduate Student Assembly? 

The Undergraduate Student Assembly provides opportunities for students to serve as leaders through being a liaison between the students and the leadership within the College of Education. Each semester, the Student Assembly hosts an Undergraduate Student Forum then a meeting with the Dean.  The Forum is a place where all students are welcome to come discuss any concerns or ideas that the student assembly members will then share with the Dean in order to promote positive change within the College of Education. 

 

Meet the Student Assembly Members

 

 

Tamanna Kindra

Tamanna Kindra
Year: Sophomore
Major: Secondary Education, Science 
Hometown: Baltimore Country, Maryland 

"As someone who has always wanted to a pursue a career in education and make changes for the better in the education system, I am super excited to get involved with the COE undergraduate assembly and work to make sure all of our students have the best experience to prepare them for life in their field after UMD." 

 

 

Stephanie Kologrivov

Stephanie Kologrivov
Year: Sophomore
Major: Secondary Education, History 
Hometown: Wyckoff, New Jersey 

"I decided to get involved with the Student Assembly because I wanted to be able to make a difference within the College of Education to improve the experience for my peers. I also am very interested in advocacy and I thought this would be a great way to strengthen those skills!"

 

 

Nick Marks

Nicholas Marks
Year: Sophomore
Major: Secondary Education, Government and Politics
Hometown: Perry Hall, Maryland 

"I am getting involved with the Assembly because of the College of Education's Representative in SGA, I want to ensure that I am listening to my constituents to make our school as welcoming as possible." 
 

 

 

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Natalie Bartholet
Year: Senior
Major: Human Development and Music Education
Hometown: Sykeville, Maryland 

"Joining the College of Education Student Assembly gives me the opportunity to work with other students who share my passion for education. I'm excited to spend the next year working with the assembly to connect with the broader COE community so that we can make the most out of our time at UMD and enter the field ready to be positive advocates for change."

 

 

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Megan Barrett
Year: Senior
Major: Early Childhood Education/Early Childhood Special Education
Hometown: Olney, Maryland 

"I decided to join the Undergraduate Assembly because I want to help represent the voice of students in the College of Education and continue the development of student communication."

Each semester, the Student Assembly hosts an undergraduate student Forum where all College of Education students are invited to come and discuss any ideas to promote positive change within the College of Education. Thank you to everyone who came out to our Spring 2022 Forum on Thursday, February 24th.  Stay tuned for the date of our Fall 2022 Forum! 

 

If you have any ideas or questions to share with the Student Assembly, we would love to hear from you! Please fill out this Contact Form

 

Assembly Interest Form

Google Form Link: https://forms.gle/dbyx5DGCLB4SryyG6