Undergraduate Studies Development Council

The Undergraduate Studies Development Council serves as an essential network of engaged alumni, faculty, staff and friends who promote and assist the efforts of Undergraduate Studies to raise private funds and obtain foundation and corporate support to help fulfill the mission of the Division.

The Division of Undergraduate Studies seeks to ensure that each undergraduate student at Florida State University receives a strong educational foundation on which to build a successful academic program of studies. The work of the Division includes a broad range of programs that support and enrich the student experience from enrollment to graduation. The Council helps provide financial support for high-impact and often life-changing opportunities such as assisting students who are among the first in their family to attend college and establishing undergraduate research, creativity and scholarship as core activities at FSU.

Development Council members are appointed by invitation of the Dean based on recommendations of current Council members and/or the Director of Development. The Development Council meets twice per year, fall and spring.

If you would like more information about getting involved, please contact Katherine Cline, Director of Development, or call (850) 645-9357.

Undergraduate Studies programs
 

The Undergraduate Studies Development Council Members

1.  Robin Black (B.S. Communications/Public Relations and Political Science 1997; J.D. 2000)

2.  Susie Busch-Transou  (Friend of Florida State University)

3.  Cara Castellana-Kreisman (B.S. Economics 2006)

4.  John Day III (B.S Social Science Education 1965; M.S. Elementary Education 1966) and Sally Day (Friend of Florida State University)

5.  Fran Gilbert (B.A. Creative Writing 1982)

6.  Mark Hillis (B.S. Finance 1964)

7.  Karin Hotchkiss, M.D. (B.S. Biological Science, 1995)

8.  Jim Lee, D.D.S. (B.S. Arts and Sciences 1971)

9.  Linda Luna Lewis (B.S. English, 1965)

10. Steve Madden (B.S. Chemical Engineering, 1997)

11. Noel McDonell (B.A Literature 1988; J.D. 1990)

12.  Jane Ramos (B.A. Psychology 1987)

13. Diego “Woody” Rodriguez (B.A. English and Business;  J.D 1995)

14.  Fred Tresca (B.S. Finance 1982) and Debbie Tresca (B.S. Management 1982)

15.  Robin Vernon (B.S. Finance 2000)