Changemaker Student Committee

group of 15 students at the Changemaker Hub

Changemaker Student Committee

What is the CSC?

The CSC is a group of students from all over campus who practice changemaking at USD by creating programs, initiatives, and experiences to foster a community where social change thrives.

The CSC:

  • Represents the voice of USD’s student body
  • Sees changemaking as a practice and focus on co-creating a community with the entire campus
  • Strives to develop a stronger sense of belonging, a deeper collaboration between student entities and a stronger connection with each other

Examples of CSC initiatives:

  • My Story events - focused on featuring and embracing USD’s diversity while creating an opportunity to practice empathy and build community
  • Dinner with Strangers (in the Dark Edition) - an opportunity to discuss current hot topics and meet new people
  • What I Be Project - a photo project developed by Steve Rosenfield providing an opportunity for the USD community to come together through vulnerability and courage. Check out some of this initiative's photos.

 

The CSC meets every Tuesday at 1 p.m. This fall we will meet online with the Zoom info below:

Zoom Link

Meeting ID: 84799585414

Password: 7IEMPQijp0

 

Follow us on Instagram for more updates @usdchangemakerhub 

Changemaker Student Fellows

A team of committed CSC members leading the efforts and planning of the Hub's initiatives. 

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Shelby Bocks

Senior, Environmental & Ocean Sciences Major

Changemaker Fellows Chair

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Marie Baseel

Junior, Political Science Major

The Hive Program Coordinator

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Chelsea Dunleavy

Junior, Marketing Major

Design Thinking Education Coordinator

A headshot of Kendahl Tyburski.

Madison Pound

Junior, Behavioral Neuroscience

Changemaker Student Committee Coordinator

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Christina Ledford

Sophomore.

Projects and Partnerships Fellow

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Amanda Larson

MA Social Innovation

Graduate Assistant 2020-2021