The Student Assistants at the Kremen School of Education and Human Development are a vibrant piece of the day-to-day tasks at the school. They not only perform their job responsibilities but they also gain individual relationships with the faculty, staff and leadership at the school. This year, we have four Student Assistants graduating with a bachelor’s degree. We are so proud of their accomplishments and the next steps in their lives and careers.
Savannah has worked as a Student Assistant for the Doctoral Program of Educational Leadership since her second semester of her freshman year. She is graduating with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Chemistry. Savannah has been a part of Chem Club and is an EOP student as well! With her fun and spunky attitude she will definitely be a face to miss around the education building!
Miranda is a Student Assistant for the Curriculum and Instruction and LEBSE departments. She assists the professors with projects and assists with the office flow – phone calls, mail, administrative tasks. She has been a huge part of the C&I and LEBSE department office for the past 7 semesters.
Miranda is graduating with a B.S. in Business Administration with an emphasis in Accountancy. During her college experience she was involved in Beta Alpha Psi, an honors accounting organization. After graduation she is moving to San Fransisco for an internship at an accounting firm.
Sara has been a Student Assistant in the Dean’s Office at the Kremen School for 7 semesters. She diligently assists with processing orders for the Teachers Honor Wall, schedules conference rooms for the faculty and staff and directs phone calls as needed.
Sara is graduating with a B.S. in Food and Nutritional Sciences with an emphasis in Dietetics and Food Administration. Throughout her degree she worked on an Abriendo Caminos research project that lasted from Spring of 2015 to Fall of 2017. This research project looked at the effects of a wellness program on the health of Hispanic Families. Sara also worked on a Bulldogs in the Kitchen program that she coordinated for the Dietetics department teaching Fresno State Athletes how to cook. Sara is planning to start graduate school in September and has been accepted to Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo for the Dietetic Internship program.
Rubby is also a Student Assistant in the Dean’s Office at the Kremen School and has been working here for the past 8 semesters. She assists the Dean and Associate Dean with projects, helps coordinate Kremen School events, and assists with other administrative tasks.
She will be graduating with a B.S. in Criminology with an emphasis in Law Enforcement. Starting in the Fall, Rubby will be starting graduate school at Fresno State, studying Marriage, Family and Child Counseling.