The Honors Student Advisory Committee (HSAC)
The Honors Student Advisory Committee (HSAC) represents the Honors student voice. HSAC works towards connecting students with faculty and staff to build a stronger Honors community. Functioning as a student panel, we facilitate information sessions, student forums, meet-and-greet events with professors, and sponsor other events within the community. We encourage all students to be involved and provide input at any time. If interested in obtaining more information, joining HSAC, or requesting future events, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jasmine Robison – Chair
Jasmine is a freshman from Arizona and is excited to start a new adventure in Utah. Majoring in Psychology and minoring in Human Development and Family Studies, she is pursuing a Pre-med track in hopes to become a pediatric psychiatrist. Jasmine plans to do research through the Psychology department to work towards her Thesis project. She is part of the Honors Council with RHA and member of Cru. She volunteers at the Fourth Street Clinic with the Connnect2Health program as well as volunteering with kids at the Sorensen Multicultural Center. She is excited to help make a difference in the Honors College this year.
Sivonna is a third year student from Bishop, California. She is currently a pre-nursing major, expected to graduate Fall 2017 with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing. Sivonna plans to attend graduate school in order to obtain a Doctor in Nursing Practice with a focus in primary care. Taking inspiration from being an active member in the Global Health Scholars and her Air Quality, Health, and Society Praxis Lab, Sivonna will be completing a dual capstone/Honors thesis project by the end of her senior year.
Emily Hug is from Plymouth, Michigan, and is a part of the class of 2019. She is working toward a double major in Ballet and Pre-Physical Therapy. Emily also plans to minor in French and study a semester abroad in France. In addition to being treasurer of HSAC, Emily is a part of the Emerging Leaders Council in the Fine Arts Department. As a part of her honors thesis, Emily hopes to choreograph a creative dance piece on students in the ballet department. In her free time, Emily enjoys exploring Utah with her friends and trying new foods.