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Texas Exes Asian Alumni Network » Staff Spotlight » March Staff Spotlight: Smita Ruzicka

March Staff Spotlight: Smita Ruzicka

Full name: Smita S. Ruzicka
Year of Graduation: May 2011
Degree: Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration
Hobbies/Activities: Movies, reading (especially now that I am out of school!), traveling, Pinterest!, Going to the Alamo Drafthouse for movies and sing-a-longs, hanging out with my friends.

1. What is your favorite memory, tradition, or thing about your time at UT?

I love going to Gone to Texas every year.  There is such great energy during this event with so many new students who are being introduced to the traditions at UT and it is awesome to see their excitement in being part of the UT community.  One of my other favorite events at UT is to go to the Diwali Celebration that is hosted by the Hindu Student Council every year and watching the fireworks and the celebration reminds me of celebrating Diwali as a child in India.

2. What have you learned from UT outside of the classroom?

There are so many important things that I have learned at UT outside of the classroom from understanding the different types of students on this campus to being able to really see how what I learned in the classroom as a student in higher education administration really plays out in the real lives of the students.  I have learned so much about a university’s traditions on this campus as well and how important they can be for some students.

3. What motivated you to get involved in higher education?

At the heart of my decision to get involve with higher education was my interactions with students and how energized I get interacting with students.

4. What current project(s) are you working on?

In my role as the Associate Director for Greek, Leadership and Intercultural Education I oversee the Leadership and Ethics Institute as well as the Intercultural education program for the Office of the Dean of Students.  I just recently finished planning the first Texas Leadership Summit which attracted over 200 UT graduate and undergraduate students. I am teaching a class in our Intergroup Dialogue program that deals with issues related to social justice and diversity.  Finally, I am working with my colleagues to develop new types of leadership programs and initiatives for students including a leadership program which emphasizes servant leadership.

5. What is your vision for the Asian Pacific American community at UT, in Texas, and beyond?

My vision for the Asian Pacific American community at UT is one of a more cohesive community that is engaged more actively with one another from students to staff and faculty.  I would love for the APA community to actively build coalitions with other underrepresented groups and support each other’s causes and issues as well as be allies to one another.  Some concrete ideas that I would love to see is a higher number of Asian, Pacific, Desi Americans in upper level administrative positions such as department chairs, Deans, and Vice Presidents.   I would LOVE to see stronger and more sustainable funding for the Center for Asian American Studies and more students who are taking classes offered by the Center.   Finally, my dream is to see a statue on this campus that represents our community!!

6. What advice would you give to incoming freshmen or current students at UT?

Take advantage of the 1000+ student organizations on campus and get involved. Take risks and break out of your comfort zones whether it be with meeting new people or taking different classes than what your major requires.  Be curious and ask questions about policies or practices. That is the first step to creating change.  Find your own leadership style and continue to cultivate it.  Create a support system of people who will be your cheerleaders and supporters.  Seek out mentors whether they be students, faculty or staff.  Don’t’ get too narrowly focused on your major or your resume – have fun and create meaningful relationships

Written by Mary Vo

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