More Information/ Announcements
UDR Council Application Due Sunday, Oct. 4th
Required UDR Initiative Report Due as each initiative completed
Academic Fair, Farber Library: 8/25, 11:45-1:45
Conference Advising: 8/26 10:45-11:30 (Set Up) 11:30-2:30 (Advising), Sherman Function Hall
Activities Fair: 8/30, 1-3, Great Lawn (Levin Ballroom, if rain)
Fall UDR Training: 8/30, 5:30-7:30, Faculty Club
UDR Sponsored Majors Fair, 9/2, 6:45-9pm, Polaris Lounge
Outstanding UDR Award Winners for 2014-15:
Malika Imhotep, Karan Malik, Elise Sobotka
UDR Recognition Prize Application
for Sept./Oct. due Nov. 8th
Undergraduate Departmental Representatives
The Undergraduate Departmental Representatives (UDR) program was first established by the Student Senate in the early to mid-1990s, and reestablished in the fall of 1998 by the Office of the Dean of Arts and Sciences at the suggestion of faculty and undergraduate participants of "Creating a Welcoming Campus Environment" meetings. The program is designed to open avenues of communication between undergraduate majors and departmental faculty.
UDR Program Info and Resources
- Fall 2015 UDR Newsletter
- Frequently Asked Questions
- 2015-16 Representatives
- UDR Council
- Important UDR Department Contacts
- Department and Program Chairs and Administrators
- UDR Handbook 2015-2016
- UDR Funding Requests
Applications to be on the UDR Council in 2015-2016 are now OPEN.
UDR Council Applications are due Sunday, October 4th.
Please email email@example.com if you have any questions regarding applications to be on the UDR Council.
UDR Council Application
For most departments/programs, applications to be a UDR are now CLOSED; however, if your department/program is an exception:
In participating departments, the department chair or undergraduate advising head reviews applications and selects one rising junior and/or senior major to:
- serve as student representative(s)
- organize department/program events and meetings
- provide feedback to the department.
Examples of current UDR initiatives include the creation of department e-mail lists, Web sites, student newsletters and resource libraries for majors and the organization of department/program clubs, tutoring groups, brown-bag lunch series and Meet the Majors events.
To apply to become a UDR, click here.