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1) Serve as a resource and representative for fellow majors and minors and potential majors and minors, and bring student concerns and/or ideas to the department/program faculty.
2) Provide feedback to the department/program chair, undergraduate advising head, and faculty regarding scheduling problems, course offerings, etc.
3) Attend a training and orientation meeting for new UDRs offered in the fall, and two other meetings for all UDRs, once per semester.
4) Execute at least one program or event each semester.
5) Provide the Office of the Dean of Arts and Sciences with a brief update of the status of your projects, and prepare a year-end report of accomplishments and work in progress to share with the next UDRs in your department or major.
6) Participate in ongoing assessment of UDR activities.
7) Identify your main contact/liaison in the department/program.
8) Possibly attend a portion of one department or program meeting to discuss undergraduate issues. The amount of meeting time will vary per department or program and should be discussed with your department/program chair.
9) Other responsibilities decided upon by individual UDRs and their department or faculty.