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Additional information about the UDR program can be found on the Web site of the Office of the Dean of Arts and Sciences.

Undergraduate Departmental Representatives

The Undergraduate Departmental Representatives (UDR) program is designed to open avenues of communication between undergraduate majors/minors and departmental faculty. UDRs serve as student representatives, organize events for majors/minors and provide feedback to the department.

2014-15 UDRs

Ross Benar '15
rbenar@brandeis.edu

Ross BenarRoss is entering his senior year at Brandeis, because he took two years off and just couldn't stay away. He's a double major in History and Creative Writing, with a minor in South Asian Studies, because jobs are for suckers. He also works in various places on campus, which probably sounds shadier than it should. A member of the Boxing Club and Alpha Delta Phi, Ross can't wait to start yelling at random people that they should take South Asian Studies!

Kiran Gill '15
kgill@brandeis.edu

Kiran GillKiran Gill is a rising senior who is majoring in Art History and minoring in Business and South Asian Studies. She spent the summer before her junior year living and interning in Mumbai as a Brandeis-India Initiative Fellows. She is excited to share her enthusiasm for South Asian Studies with Brandeis' incoming class.