Cowen Institute Student Advisory Council

The Cowen Institute for Public Education Initiatives established the Student Advisory Council (SAC) in fall 2009 to provide a medium for communication between the Institute and Tulane’s undergraduate and graduate student bodies about how to engage student constituents in our programming efforts and to promote the Institute’s programming initiatives among student populations.

Membership on the council will typically be comprised of student representatives from CACTUS, the Roosevelt Institute, Greek Community, Community Service Work‐Study Tutoring Program, Graduate and Professional Student Association, Teacher Preparation and Certification as well as other Tulane students who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and interest in working to support the reform and transformation of K‐12 public education in New Orleans.

Meet the 2010-2011 Student Advisory Council Members: [more info]

Goals & Objectives:

  • Provide a forum for student communication and recommendations about the Cowen chools and Institute’s efforts to engage the Tulane student body to support K‐12 public seducation nonprofits in New Orleans;
  • Offer perspective, feedback, and advice with respect to the Cowen Institute’s communication and outreach strategies to Tulane’s student body;
  • Foster greater student participation and engagement in support of the Cowen Instituteprogramming efforts; and
  • Develop leadership experience while supporting and advancing the transformation of public education in New Orleans.

  • Expectations, Roles & Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for understanding the Cowen Institute’s role in supporting the reform and transformation of public education in New Orleans;
    • Create greater awareness and understanding of the Cowen Institute’s mission among student constituents;
    • Broaden the spectrum of Tulanians’ involvement in support of K‐12 education;
    • Facilitate participation in the Institute’s programming initiatives;
    • Represent the Cowen Institute among the undergraduate and graduate student communities;
    • Plan, execute, and support outreach and advancement efforts within the campus community; and
    • Attend up to three meetings convened during the spring and fall semesters of each academic year.



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