Seventeen Liberal Arts students are serving as student ambassadors during the 2018-19 academic year. The students will represent the school at special events and functions, and participate in student recruitment efforts, as well as alumni and donor relations activities.
As members of the student ambassador program, the students will have opportunities to share their ideas, passions, and experiences as liberal arts students with the dean.
"We are excited to have these great students represent the School of Liberal Arts,” says Interim Dean Robert Rebein. "They rank among our best students and their desire to share their liberal arts passion with the IUPUI and Indianapolis community is a beautiful thing to behold."
The 2018-2019 student ambassadors are:
Charlette Bowling (Senior, General Studies; Communication Studies and Sociology minors)
Joshua Cheek (Senior, Geography and Journalism and Public Relations; French minor)
Laura Colantonio (Junior, English; Literature minor)
Jaelynn Crook (Junior, Medical Humanities and Health Studies)
Benjamim Eduardo (Graduate Student, Economics)
Siera-Marie K. Gargiulo (Sophomore, Philosophy and Mythology & Folklore)
John Hanks (Junior, Economics; Math and Philosophy minors)
Ashly Holt (Junior, Medical Humanities and Health Studies)
Noelle Kane (Sophomore, History)
Jaycie Kemp (Sophomore, Journalism and Public Relations)
Scott McCain (Sophomore, English and Political Science; Forensic Science and Legal Studies minors)
Amira Nafiseh (Senior, Biology and Medical Humanities and Health Studies; Sociology minor)
Taylor Niemann-Ingles (Graduate Student, Applied Communication)
Olivia Pretorius (Junior, English; Spanish minor; Museum Studies certificate)
Eden Rea-Hedrick (Junior; English; French, History, and Philosophy minors)
RaeVen Ridgell (Senior; Africana Studies)
Trenna Soderling (Junior, English and ASL/English Interpretation)
Caroline Trackwell (Senior; General Studies; Psychology and Sociology minors)
Emily Wirick, a junior Tourism, Conventions and Event Management (TCEM) student and an intern in the Office of Development and External Affairs, returns as the program coordinator.
Appointment to the program, now in its 13th year, requires an application, faculty/staff nomination, and ratification by the dean.
To learn more about the program visit the student ambassadors’ webpage.