Human Development Student Association
Human Development Student Association (HDSA)
The Human Development Student Association (HDSA) is the official student organization of the Department of Human Development focused on personal/professional development through a variety of academic, networking, and community service events. The goal of HDSA is to provide students with meaningful experiences outside the classroom to enhance their education, such as our Internship and Graduate School fairs. HDSA events and opportunities are geared toward understanding lifespan development from an interdisciplinary perspective and obtaining firsthand experience. All Human Development majors, minors, and related majors are encouraged to join HDSA. There is no minimum class standing or grade point average required to join.The HDSA faculty advisor is Dr. Ann Kim.
HDSA meetings usually take place every other Wednesday at 2-3pm at USU 307 (SPRING 2019).
Follow the Human Development Student Association’s social media accounts to stay updated on all our events!
NEXT MEETING: March 20th at 2-3PM at USU 307
NEXT ACTIVITY: Seal Beach Clean-up on March 16, 9am-12pm
STAY TUNED: Graduate School Fair on April 24th.
JOIN THE HDSA BOARD: If you are interested in running for board member next year, please fill out the HDSA updated Application and email it current board president, Joahana Meza. All positions are open and we are currently looking for officer shadowers who may be interested in becoming more involved with HDSA.
HDSA 2018-2019 Officers
President: Johana Meza: Johana.email@example.com
Vice President/Secretary: Karen Torres: Karen.firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Citlali Lopez: Citlalic.email@example.com
Public Relations Manager: Ruby Molina: Ruby.firstname.lastname@example.org