“Lindstrom works with students to develop new provost advisory committee”

Check out The Daily’s latest coverage of ASUW’s efforts to bring students to the table in University decisions.  “You don’t have to have a beautiful resume with strong leadership opportunities [to be chosen],” Smith said. “We’re looking for a diverse selection of students, ranging from all academic backgrounds, who can bring in their own identity from their part of campus, and major, and advocate for that.”

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