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|About||The Disability and Human Development Student Association represents and supports all students in DHD at the University of Illinois at Chicago.|
1. Advocate for students through engaging with the DHD Office of Student Affairs, Director of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies, and other faculty and staff to strengthen communication throughout the department.
2. Foster student and community life through social events and opportunities.
3. Enhance academic and professional development through workshops, lectures and resources.
The Disability and Human Development Student Association (DHDSA) serves, represents, and supports the various students within the Department of Disability and Human Development at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).
Graduate and undergraduate students are all welcome to be members of the DHDSA.
The DHDSA is composed of three committees: the Executive Committee, the Academic and Professional Development Committee, and the Student Life Committee.
Students are welcome to join either of the second two committees as members and are encouraged to nominate themselves for the executive committee elected positions on an annual basis.
In being the representive entity for the student body, the DHDSA advocates for students, fosters student and community life through social events and opportunities under the Student Life Committee, and enhances academic and professional development through workshops, lectures, and resources under the Academic and Professional Development Committee.
If you are interested in becoming more involved, please do not hesitate to contact one of the Executive Committee Officers!