FCRH Dean's Council
About the Dean’s Council
The Fordham College at Rose Hill Academic Dean’s Council provides a forum for discussion between students, faculty and administration. Its purpose is to voice concerns in order to improve the academic experience, increase participation in undergraduate research among students, and act as a resource to the Fordham College at Rose Hill Dean’s Office.
This year, the FCRH Dean’s Council is focused on creating substantial and clearly structured subcommittees so that initiatives can be easily transferred from year to year. The initiatives that Dean’s Council is focusing on this year, center around bolstering student voice and breaking down the barriers that keep administrators and students away from each other. These include the FCRH Town Hall, Undergraduate Research Fair, etc. Moreover, the FCRH Dean’s Council has been opening up better communication with the GSB Dean’s Council.
One of the more ongoing actions that the Dean’s Council has been focusing on is the inclusion of Diversity into the FCRH curriculum. This has been spearheaded by Sophomores Brian Daaleman, Jiyoon Seo, and Elizabeth Crennan, who have continuously worked with members of the FCRH Senior Staff and Faculty on realistic solutions to the question of Diversity. This has included creating non-denominational prayer services in the hope to make a type of political unity on Campus.
Please reach out to John Kuyat (firstname.lastname@example.org) for questions and ideas on how to make Fordham College at Rose Hill a better place every day.