Honors Student Advisory Council

Honors Student Advisory Committee


The Honors College has an official voice for students that you should be aware of. It is the Honors Student Advisory Committee (HSAC). This group works towards connecting students with faculty and staff to foster communication, relations related to policy with the Dean and Associate Deans, and action items related to a host of the academic and social opportunities in the Honors College.

Please contact HSAC@honors.utah.edu for more information.
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Abrielle Fulwider

Chair

Abrielle Fulwider

Chair
Abrielle is the Chair of the Honors Student Advisory Committee for the 2020-2021 Academic Year. She is in her final year at the U studying Health, Society, and Policy, and she hopes to pursue a Master's in Social Work when she graduates. Abrielle's passions include healthcare accessibility and inclusion, with a particular interest in mental health care. She is currently engaged in research about refugee health access in the Salt Lake Valley for her Honors Thesis. In the future she hopes to use a career in Social Work to advocate for justice and equity on both an individual and community level. In her free time, Abrielle enjoys connecting with nature, watching sit-coms on Netflix, and thrifting or drinking boba with her friends.

Isabel Fuller

Chair Elect

Isabel Fuller

Chair Elect
Izzy is a junior pursuing a double major in urban ecology and environmental and sustainability studies. Her experiences in the Honors College, particularly the Ecology and Legacy Integrated Minor, have been formative to her college experience. She wants to ensure that other students can have similarly positive and enriching experiences during their time in the Honors College.

Hyonoo Joo

Director of Administration

Hyonoo Joo

Director of Administration
Hyonoo is a Senior majoring in Biomedical Engineering. On campus, he is a teaching assistant, student leader in the Bennion Center, and researcher in a biology lab. Some of his favorite hobbies include rock climbing, camping, and listening to podcasts.

Natalie Freeze

Director of Campus Affairs

Natalie Freeze

Director of Campus Affairs
Natalie Freeze is a senior from Highland, Utah majoring in Communication with an emphasis on communicating science, health, and the environment. Last year, she participated in the Honors Ecology and Legacy Integrated Minor program and was able to study abroad in Argentina! She loves absolutely everything about the program, but especially how students are able to knock out a lot of Honors degree requirements, study abroad, and complete a minor all at the same time! Natalie has been a part of HSAC since Fall 2018 and loves working with the awesome members to plan events for all Honors college students where they can share ideas and make their voices heard to the Honors college leadership. In her free time, Natalie enjoys reading in her hammock at Sugarhouse Park and playing Overcooked on the Nintendo Switch.