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  • Scientific Grant Proposal Writing
    February 27, 2017 || Read More »
  • Who Gives A Craft?
    March 2, 2017 || Read More »
  • The Sabbatical Speaker Series presents Susan Shepherd: We are here! Counteracting …
    March 3, 2017 || Read More »
  • The Sabbatical Speaker Series presents Ronda Henry Anthony: Shonda Rhimes'┬áScandal and …
    March 8, 2017 || Read More »

Student Ambassadors

Liberal Arts Student Ambassadors

The Liberal Arts Student Ambassadors Program provides students with the chance to network with faculty and community members, plus gain invaluable experience and exposure outside the classroom by promoting their School to students, alumni and the community.

Ambassadors represent the School at special events such as the Sabbatical Speaker Series, the Joseph Taylor Symposium, the Celebration of Scholarship, Commencement and other events, serving as hosts and helping with event day details. Ambassadors also help the School with student recruitment, and alumni and donor relations.

Being selected for the prestigious Ambassadors program is highly regarded and is a noteworthy addition to a student’s resume.  Because Ambassadors represent the School of Liberal Arts, they must ensure the School’s reputation is preserved. For this reason, after being nominated by a faculty member, candidates undergo an application and screening process that includes a personal interview. Applicants also must provide two references.

Once chosen, the successful candidate will be appointed by the Dean of the School of Liberal Arts for one year.