School of Planning Organizations
DAAP Student Ambassadors
DAAP Student Ambassadors comprise an organization created to provide student representation at a variety of public relations and recruitment activities held on behalf of the college. Ambassadors are selected through an interview process and receive extensive training about college functions and DAAP's facilities.
What is an ambassador? By representing the student viewpoint, DAAP Ambassadors serve as positive spokespeople for the College at admissions and public relations events.
What can you gain? Ambassadors gain valuable leadership skills by honing public speaking skills and networking with a wide variety of people, from prospective students to alumni.
How can you apply? Stop by the Student Affairs Office, Aronoff 5470, or go to DAAPSpace for an application. Applications are accepted year round.
Membership in the DAAP Tribunal, formerly known as the DAAP Union, is open to all undergraduate DAAP students. The Union serves to stimulate, coordinate, and sponsor various student activities. It also provides liaison with the Student Senate of the university and with the college faculty and administration through representation on many college committees. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or inquiries.
Planning Student Organization (PSO) (undergraduate students)
This organization provides better communication among students in the School of Planning, and gives students a vehicle to participate in planning events on both a local and national level.
Planning Graduate Student Association (PGSA) (graduate students)
All students in the Master of Community Planning and PhD in Urban and Regional Planning programs are a part of PGSA, a UC Graduate Student Association organization. The PGSA exists to serve the needs of planning graduate students and receives yearly funding towards student-organized social and academic events.
The PGSA has an executive board which is elected yearly and consists of a President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary. For the 2013-2014 academic year, the board officers are:
President: Justin Lamorella (MCP)
Vice-President: Ian Blanding (MCP)
Treasurer: Michael McBain (MCP)
Secretary: Steven Doss (MCP)
Visit the Graduate Student Governance Association page for more information about what they provide the PGSA and graduate students.
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