CFPCA's Dean's Delegates Program


Selected students from the College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts (CFPCA) represent their department/major as leaders for the college and university. Students receive a scholarship for leadership training and experience. Students serve on the leadership committee and represent their department and major in suggested activities such as college and university level functions, Dean's advisory panel, student-to-student communication and community engagement. Committee participation may include direct involvement with recruitment, retention, and development activities, focus groups, marketing, social media practices and customer service development. Potential leadership scholars apply through the dean's office.

If you are a CFPCA student in good standing and want to know more about this opportunity, email Kelly Driscoll at

2018/2019 Delegates


Art and Art History

Claire Cisco is a junior working towards her BA in Fashion Merchandising. She is a recipient of the Marji Kunz Fashion Scholarship, which is awarded to students in the Design and Merchandising program who have shown exemplary work. This is Claire's first year being a Dean's Delegate. Claire is also a member of the Delta Zeta sorority and currently serves as their Assistant to Programming. She's super excited to be involved even more on campus and to hopefully inspire students to consider Fashion Merchandising as their major!

Dina Djedovic is a  student at Wayne State University studying photography. Vivian Maier, Rodney Smith, and Ben Zank are a few of her favorite photographers. Dina's goal is to learn new methods and techniques to develop her very own style in photography. She hopes her current and future classes teach her what she has yet to learn. Dina also collects Nintendo video games.

Abigail Turner is a senior at Wayne State University. She is studying graphic design and art history. Abigail loves packaging design along with layout design. She is originally a transfer student from a small private university. The change to such a big university was a huge transition, but she feels Wayne State made it an easy process.



Lucas Bell is a third year student at Wayne State University majoring in Journalism. His passion for cars and writing brought him to the Motor City to pursue a career in automotive journalism. This is his second year as a Dean's Delegate. Lucas graduated from Dexter High School in his hometown of Dexter, Michigan. He hopes to one day be an Executive Editor for a publication in the Metro Detroit Area.

Brenna Noyes is a junior at Wayne State University pursing a major in Film and a double minor in Communication Studies and Design. Originally from Shelby Township, Michigan, Brenna loves living in the city of Detroit. With a passion for helping others, Brenna is a member of Rotaract, a service organization on campus, and is working as a Production Assistant for film production classes. Brenna always strives to meet new people, and dreams of traveling the world and connecting with large audiences through her films. 

Abriana Walton is junior at Wayne State University. She is studying Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Urban Studies. Walton was born and bred in Detroit and is passionate about reporting on entertainment and positive developments in the city. She entered Wayne State as a member of the Journalism Institute for Media Diversity, a learning community that aims to diversify news rooms. So far Walton has wrote for the university publication The South End, interned at a local internet radio station and been featured in a UAW Ford's "Best of Young Detroit" article. You can learn more about her journalism journey on her website



Greg Alter Jr is in his fourth year, and is working on his B.M. in Instrumental Music Education, and is a graduate of St Clair Shores Lake Shore High School. He is the Drum Major for the Wayne State Warrior Band, and he is a part of the WSU Wind Symphony. He is also an Eagle Scout. He is the New Member Educator for Phi Gamma Delta(also known as FIJI) at Wayne State. Greg is also a Zamboni Driver at St Clair Shores Civic Arena.


Theatre and Dance

Alyssa Grabinski is a third year student at Wayne State University pursing a Bachelor of Science in Dance, and has a minor in Design with a concentration in Graphic Design. Alyssa is a Peer Mentor for the Theatre and Dance Department here at Wayne State. She has worked with a numerous amount of choreographers hopes to impact her community around her through the art of dance, along with aiding in any way she can.

Molly Sute is a senior working toward a double major in Dance and Public Relations. During her time at Wayne State, she has served as an orientation leader and a member of the Wayne State Marketing Office's Street Squad. She has been a part of multiple dance department concerts and performances, a highlight being in Fall 2017 when she was a student choreographer for the December Dance Concert and later received a Copperfoot Award from the department for her work. Outside of school, Molly spent several years as a principle dancer in the Detroit Tap Repertory before moving onto an apprenticeship with MADD Rhythms in Chicago. She works as an instructor and choreographer for many dance schools in Detroit and surrounding cities. After graduation, Molly plans to continue teaching dance while pursuing other facets of the industry, including arts administration, commercial dance, and choreography. Being apart of CFPCA gave Molly a platform to get inspired and work hard to achieve her artistic goals, and she is excited to spend her senior year showing others how they can do the same.

Madelynn Guerra is a fourth year theatre student who is pursuing her Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting and a minor in Musical Theatre. Madelynn is so happy to join the Dean's Delegate team for her final year at Wayne State.  Madelynn is a Flint native who graduated from Powers Catholic High School. She enjoys music, theatre, dance and enjoying company with her closest friends and family.  Madelynn is aspiring to be a successful actress in live theatre and film and hopefully will inspire others to follow there dreams!

Caleb Matthews is a BFA student of Theater Design and Technology and is in their Junior year. They work full time in the Bonstelle Costume Shop, and their costume design credits at Wayne include Realm of Whispering Ghosts (2017), By the Bog of Cats (2017), Dr. Mirakel (2017), and the Heck-Rabi Student Play Festival (2018), as well as Henry V at the Great River Shakespeare Festival in 2017. They are on the board for the WSU Underground Theater, where they were involved in writing, directing, and designing the 2018 Production of Medea. Their current design assignment is Xtigone, by Nambi E. Kelly.