Dean's Student Advisory Board

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About the Dean's Student Advisory Board

Dean's Student Advisory Board (DSAB) students meet monthly to collaborate with college leadership, to assist in meeting college goals, and to share ideas about how to best support student success. DSAB also plans events throughout the academic year focused on community building, student success, and recruitment.


The mission of the Dean's Student Advisory Board is to empower and advocate for the students of the College of Health, Education, and Human Services.


  • To inspire and empower students to invest in academic success and community leadership.
  • To build and sustain past, present, and future relationships in our Wright State and local communities.
  • To create a student culture of philanthropy, continuity, communication, and service.
  • To listen to and advocate for current and prospective students of CHEH.

CHEH Raider Recognition

As a way to highlight and recognize the achievements of their fellow CHEH Raiders, the Dean's Student Advisory Board is accepting submissions for their CHEH Raider Recognition initiative. This is a simple and quick way to spread positive news about CHEH students, faculty, and staff. Periodically, submissions will be highlighted on our social media channels with the nominee's permission.

Recognition Examples

  • Student is starting an internship or landed their first job upon graduation.
  • Student has taken on a leadership role on campus. 
  • Student has shown dedication to helping other Raiders.
  • Faculty or staff has gone above and beyond in supporting students.

CHEH Raider Recognition Form

2023—2024 Members 

Meet our 2023–2024 Dean's Student Advisory Board members!

Ryan Clark

B.S.Ed., Sports Science (Sports Medicine)

Kristina White

Vice President
B.S.Ed., Elementary Education

Julia Forbes

Communication & Outreach Coordinator
B.S.Ed., Elementary Education

Donnell Smith

B.S., Organizational Leadership

Rachel Holbrook

B.S.Ed., Elementary Education

Emma Williams

B.A., Social Work

Makenzie Ferguson

B.S.N., Nursing

Justin Zielske

B.S.N., Nursing

Emily Sands

B.S.N., Nursing

Iwona Goodrich

B.S.Ed., Public Health Education

Tanae Dixon

B.S., Sign Language Interpreting

Emma Butterbaugh

B.S.Ed., Elementary Education

Katy Burton

B.A. English, TESOL (Multi Age Education Licensure)

Stephanie Barnard

Graduate Student, M.S., Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Rachel Schwab

Graduate Student, M.Ed., Student Affairs in Higher Education


The application for the 2025-2026 Dean's Student Advisory Board will open Fall 2024.

CHEH Dean's Student Advisory Board Application

Once applications are reviewed, selected applicants will be invited to interview with current members of the DSAB and Dean Denniston. Annual new member selection is finalized before the end of the spring semester. 

Membership Requirements

  • Members must be a full time or part time student of Wright State University.
  • Members must be an active student in the College of Health, Education, and Human Services. 
  • Membership is open to both graduate and undergraduate students.
  • Members must obtain and hold at least a 2.5 cumulative grade point average to hold membership.
  • Members are required to attend all meetings and/or conference calls as scheduled. 
  • Members must be interviewed and chosen by the current executive board members and Dean.

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Do you have a comment, question, or suggestion that you would like to share with the Dean’s Student Advisory Board? Then this is the place to do it! Our mission is to be the voice of and advocate for our fellow students. Your ideas, concerns, and questions are central to this mission, so please take a few moments and share your thoughts.

If you'd like to receive a follow-up response, where appropriate, please provide your email address.

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