The CV Executive Council
Collegium V students play a major role in the operations of the honors program. An Executive Council is elected every spring by the students to assist the Director in planning the honors curriculum, operating the lounge, managing the program's computers, and scheduling extracurricular social activities. The following students serve on the Executive Council:
CV Executive Council
My name is Alison Spadaro, and I'm a senior math and physics double major from Pennsylvania. I'll be your speaker for the upcoming year! I'm involved in a variety of organizations on campus, including but not limited to: Student Government, Mock Trial, Chi Alpha Iota Diaternity, and the Society of Physics Students. Theoretically if I had free time, I would enjoy playing violin, reading, writing, painting, doing puzzles, and collecting flowers in Minecraft. Unfortunately, all of my free time is currently spent trying to stop my cat Ida from destroying my apartment, but maybe one day.
My name is Devin Schwartz, I'm a junior majoring in computer science and political science, and I'll be serving as the secretary for CV Council this year. Outside of the Honors College, I'm also the president of ECS Student Council and involved with Student Government, Fencing Club, Chi Alpha Iota, Moot Court, and a few other organizations. When I can find free time, I enjoy trying to learn an instrument, playing too much Tetris, and reading. I can often be found in the honors lounge or one of the other lounges on campus, so feel free to stop by and say hi!
I'm Aditi Manjrekar, and I'm a senior Neuroscience major on the pre-med track. On campus, I'm also involved in Memories Matter as president, Life Skills as VP, Freshman Mentor Program, and pain research in the Sadler Lab. I also scribe in the ED and volunteer at free clinics around DFW. In my free time, I enjoy traveling, fostering puppies, taking photos, and watching TV. If you ever need a TV show recommendation, ask me. Though, a warning: it won't be just one show but almost always a curated list.
My name is Lily Nguyen, and I'm a junior chemistry major on the pre-MD/PhD track. On campus, I am a National Merit Student Director/Ambassador and TA for Dr. Sibert's honors gen chem class. I also volunteer at a free clinic on the weekends and work in Dr. Zheng's nanoparticle lab. In my free time, I enjoy cross stitching, playing board games, and trying new places to eat. I hope to see y'all around in the lounge!
I'm Anna Ernst, and I'm a junior double majoring in math and computer science. I'm a National Merit Ambassador here at the Honors College, and a Peer Tutoring team lead at the Student Success Center. I also work in Dr. Hsu's lab in the Materials Science Department. My hobbies include reading, exploring campus, collecting postcards, making fruit desserts, and hanging out in the lounge.
I'm Giana, a sophomore Neuroscience major with a minor in visual arts. Outside of CV, I'm the Communications Chair of Student Government, Secretary of UTD Service Dogs in Training and am also involved in the American Medical Women's Association and the Freshman Mentor Program. In my little free time, I enjoy teaching myself how to skateboard and play guitar (not concurrently) and enjoy reading from my ever-growing list of book recommendations. I'm always down to fuel my boba addiction, so don't hesitate to reach out if you'd like to meet up!
Hey, I'm Ethan Conner and I'm a junior, one of the math/physics double majors. Other than CV Council, I am also a National Merit student director/ambassador and help man the front desk of the Honors College. I enjoy reading (a lot of fantasy), studying differential geometry (with Dr. McKeown), learning Vietnamese, and watching movies. I also play disc golf most weekends and frequent the campus course.
The Collegium V Constitution provides a framework for the privileges and responsibilities of the Executive Council and Collegium V members.
The CV Lounge
One of the benefits from participating in Collegium V is gaining access to the CV Lounge. Located in the Green Center (GC 1.202), the Lounge is the place where CV students come together to work and socialize 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Lounge is comprised of five rooms: two computer rooms, the Clark Reading Library, a TV/video room, and a small kitchen.
If you are having issues with accessing the CV Lounge please email email@example.com or bring your Comet Card by the HWHC Office in GC 2.2.