Oct 23, 2019  
ARCHIVED 2015-16 SA&S Crete Campus Catalog 
    
ARCHIVED 2015-16 SA&S Crete Campus Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Leadership and Programming Organizations


DIRECTIONS is an initiative of the Hansen Leadership Program that accepts a select group of first-year students. Participants develop and enhance their leadership skills through mentoring and training. First‐year students are also given the opportunity to reside in the Hansen Leadership Hall as a part of this program. Upper-classmen students are selected to serve as Leadership Coaches to the first year participants.

Adviser: Carrie Petr

HANSEN LEADERSHIP ADVISORY BOARD offers students the opportunity to shape the Hansen Leadership Program's goals and practices, as well as assist in the planning and staging of HLP events and activities. Students remain on the committee until they graduate.

Adviser: Carrie Petr

OMICRON DELTA KAPPA is the National Leadership Honor Society. The Society recognizes those who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities and to inspire others to strive for conspicuous attainments along similar lines.

Adviser: Carrie Petr

President:  Taylor Anderson

PEER JUDICIAL BOARD (PJB) considers cases of policy violation referred by the Chief Judicial Officer. Students are selected to serve on the board through an application process. To serve on the board, students must have a 2.5 cumulative GPA, be in good standing with the College, and have no significant incident reports in their file during service or for one year prior to serving on the board.

Adviser: Russ Hewitt

STUDENT PROGRAMMING BOARD (SPB) is made up of eligible students who apply for a position in the spring of each year.  SPB members are responsible for selecting, coordinating, promoting, and sponsoring student activities and campus-wide events.  This includes entertainers and events such as health and wellness programming, comedians, musicians, magicians, Homecoming events, Doaneapolooza, Casino Night, bingo and game nights.  Qualification for involvement includes motivation, excitement, and eagerness to be involved in college programming and development, as well as attendance at weekly meetings and various sponsored events.  For more information, please contact Carrie Petr, Assistant Dean for Student Leadership.

STUDENT CONGRESS (STUCO) is the self-‐governing body for all students. Student Congress represents and promotes student interests and opinions and allocates funds to campus-‐recognized organizations from student fees. Senators are required to work on a personal project each semester that aims for the betterment of the Doane Community. Student Congress also sponsors special events and is invited to meet bi-‐annually with the Doane College Board of Trustees as representatives of the student body. The student body elects president, vice-‐president, and upper class senators in the spring. First-‐year senators are elected at the beginning of fall semester.

Adviser: Carrie Lovelace Petr, Ph.D.

President: Rachel Lukowicz