|Andrew Wolf appointed Student Regent for 2019-2020|
Gov. Greg Abbott has appointed Andrew Wolf to serve as the Midwestern State University Student Regent for a one-year term effective June 1, 2019. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science with a double major in biology and chemistry on the pre-med track. He is a 2017 graduate of Windthorst High School where he was salutatorian.
On the MSU Texas campus, Wolf is a member of the Redwine Honors Program and serves as a peer mentor for other students in the honors program. He also mentors students in the McCoy College of Science, Mathematics & Engineering. He works as a private tutor and a teaching assistant in the chemistry lab. Wolf is a founding member of the MSU Biology Club and a member of the Pre-Professional Health Science Club. He was named Outstanding Sophomore Man in 2018.
Wolf volunteers for the Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce, the MSU-Burns Fantasy of Lights, Mustangs Rally, and the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank. He is a member of Exploring Boy Scouts of America Pre-Health Program and shadows local physicians to gain experience.
Student regent is the highest appointed position of a student at Texas public institutions of higher education. The student regent represents all students, both undergraduates and graduates, for a one-year term on the Board of Regents, the university’s governing board. This position represents students in discussions of key issues in higher education. Although the student regent does not vote, he or she has the opportunity to have important input in decisions affecting the future of the university.
Wolf replaces Leia De La Garza, whose term expires May 31.