Wayne Law students elect 2010-2011 Student Board of Governors, vote Lund and Hall Professors of the Year
|Professor Christopher Lund|
|Professor Noah Hall|
DETROIT (April 20, 2010) – Wayne State University Law School students recently elected the 2010-2011 Student Board of Governors (SBG). They also voted Assistant Professor Christopher Lund first-year Professor of the Year and Assistant Professor Noah Hall upperclass Professor of the Year.
Students elected to the 2010-2011 board include: President Aisa Villarosa; Vice President Nadia Hamade; Secretary Michelle Ciaverilla; Treasurer Sarah Biedron; Student Council Representative Tom Smith; 2L Day Governors Charles Acolatse and Jessica Bajkowski; 2L Evening Governor Emily Thomas; 3L Day Governors Drew Mast and Sridevi Peravali; Governors-at-Large Alex Baum, Michael Camaj, Josh Faber, John Hughes, Paul Isso, Mike Kleinfelt, Allison Kriger, Josh Kushnereit, Samantha Orvis, Julianna Rivera, Sylvia Saco, Eleanor Ung, Mike VanOrder, Alyssa Yeip and Liz Young.
“My congratulations to all the new and returning members of the Student Board of Governors,” said Wayne Law Dean Robert M. Ackerman. “The involvement and dedication of last year’s board was outstanding and greatly benefited the Law School. The newly elected board includes a terrific group of student leaders as well. I appreciate their willingness to devote their time to making Wayne Law a better place, and I look forward to working with them in the coming year.”
He added, “I would also like to congratulate professors Lund and Hall on being named Professors of the Year. They are excellent examples of the extraordinary faculty at Wayne Law. We are fortunate to be able call them our own.”
The SBG meets every other week and encourages Wayne Law students to attend and voice their ideas and concerns. The board appoints law students to serve on several important student-faculty committees; publishes the student newspaper, Dicta; and organizes school-wide and social charitable activities, such as blood drives, the Wayne Law Ambulance Chase, talent shows, mentoring programs and much more.
In addition to the above, last year the SBG also brought together a large number of student organizations to host town hall meetings that addressed diversity at the Law School and provided tips on responding to personal questions asked in an interview and on the job.
For more information regarding the Wayne Law Student Board of Governors, please call (313) 577-3919 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The SBG office is located in the Law School, Room 1245.
- ### -
Wayne State University is a premier urban research university offering more than 350 academic programs through 13 schools and colleges to nearly 32,000 students.
For more information on Wayne State University Law School, visit law.wayne.edu.