The Dean's Circle consists of undergraduate students who represent the college’s six comprehensive departments: biological sciences, chemistry, earth and environmental sciences, mathematics and statistics, physics, and psychology. The Dean’s Circle will meet with the Dean once a month during fall and spring semesters to discuss college-related issues that are high on the minds of College of Science and Mathematics students. In addition to their major, the members of the Dean’s Circle were selected based on their interest, academic achievement, and leadership skills.
CoSM Emgagement Mentoring Program (C-SEMP)
C-SEMP is more than a one-day event. It is a structured transition program that provides mentoring throughout the entire first year of a student’s college journey.
If you are a CoSM student interested in being matched with a mentor to help coach and guide you through your student career journey then please take a moment to complete the "Mentee" survey.
If you are CoSM faculty, staff, or a student who has completed your freshmen year and would like to coach an in-coming freshman through their student career journey, then please complete the "Mentor" survey.
Visit the C-Semp webpage for more information.
If you are interested in joining the Dean's Circle, applications will be accepted each spring term. This year's applications deadline has ended. Please watch for announcements or check this page in the spring for 2019 application details.
Interested students should submit:
- a nice headshot photo - professional, not a selfie
- completed CoSM Dean's Circle application
You may drop off photo and applications at the Deans office in 134 Oelman Hall or send your photo and applications as an email attachment to Dean’s Circle Advisor, Jacqui Neal (Jacqueline.email@example.com).
Assistant Dean Jacqueline Neal serves as the group’s advisor.
To learn more about concerns of undergraduate students in the college, in 2008, Dean Wheatly established a new student advisory board called the Dean’s Circle.
Check out STEMulations, the presentation and demonstration series presented by the Dean's Circle to highlight STEM fields with exciting and informative events.
My name is Roselle Almazan, and I am a Biological Sciences major with a pre-med track. As the Senator of the College of Science and Math, I serve as the liaison between Dean’s Circle and the Student Government Association.
Hi! My name is Christina Davis and I am a Biochemistry and Molecular Biology major. After completing my undergraduate degree, I aspire to attend graduate school and become a researcher in synthetic biology.
Hey there, my name is Kristie Dinh and I am a senior honors student. I am a biology major minoring in criminal justice, forensics, and psychology.
My name is Adam Girmann, and I am a senior Biological Sciences major with a Pre-Medicine focus. After graduating I plan to attend medical school and eventually become a PM&R physician.
Hello! My name is Jane Hwang, and I am a senior, majoring in Psychology with a concentration in Behavioral Neuroscience and minoring in Youth and Community Engagement.
My name is Robert “Bobby” Leeper, I am a sophomore honors student majoring in Biology and minoring in Spanish with a pre-medicine focus. After graduating, I plan on furthering my education in medical school and pursuing a career as a physician.
Hello my name is Michael McKean, I am a senior majoring in Earth Science within the Earth and Environmental Science Department.
Hi, my name is Keerthi Nalluri and I am a Junior in the Biological Science program and an honors student at Wright State, minoring in Public Health.
My name is Peter Papaioannou and I am a Sophomore, Pre-Med student majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in Psychology in the Honors program.
Hello Everyone! My name is Bharath Ramini, and I am a junior on the pre-med track majoring in Biology, and minoring in Chinese.
My name is Garrett Reinhard and I am a sophomore honors student majoring in chemistry. I am also a Learning Assistant for Chemistry 1010 and 1210.
Hello, my name is Catherine Evers Smith. I am currently in my second year at Wright State. I am majoring in chemistry and on the pre-med track. I am currently treasurer for the chemistry club and a member of the Pre-Health Society and the Stude
My name is Madison Yancey and I am double majoring in Statistics and Computer Science.
Hi everyone, my name is Yoon-Jae Yi and I am currently a junior here at Wright State. I am majoring in Neuroscience while on the pre-med track and am also minoring in French.