May 6, 2010
UI College Of Engineering announces 2010-11 student ambassadors
The University of Iowa College of Engineering Student Ambassador Program recently announced the names of 17 students who will serve as student ambassadors for the 2010-11 academic year.
Selected to participate in the program is (student name) of (hometown), a (year in school and name of major).
College administrators said that the Student Ambassador Program, currently in its 14th year, was initiated to complement the services that engineering faculty and staff offer.
P. Barry Butler, dean of the College of Engineering, said that the student ambassadors are engineering students from each department who wish to share the benefit of their experiences and provide help whenever needed. They serve as a resource for current students as well as for prospective high school and transfer students, he added.
The student ambassadors work closely with Jane Dorman, director of college admissions and first-year experience, on recruitment of future students as well as retention activities with first-year students.
EDITORS: Student ambassadors are listed alphabetically by hometown, with Iowa participants listed first and those from other states following.
DAVENPORT: David Crawford, Davenport, junior in civil and environmental engineering.
DEER PARK: Jillian Nagle, Deer Park, first-year undeclared engineering major.
EDINA: Jeffrey Moon, Edina, sophomore in biomedical engineering.
FLOWER MOUND: Zachary Meyer, Flower Mound, sophomore in mechanical engineering.
Madison: Christopher Hill, Madison, junior in mechanical engineering.
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