April 28, 2015
College of Education welcomes new ambassadors
The College of Education welcomes 11 new ambassadors for the 2015-16 academic year.
Kelly Briggs, ambassador program advisor, said these students are selected after an extensive application and interview process.
"These students are amazing," Briggs said. "We are fortunate to have such committed students who are willing to take on additional responsibilities to promote the College of Education and the teaching profession."
The new College of Education ambassadors are: Samantha Bendrick, sophomore in elementary education-modern language; Erin Davis, sophomore in elementary education-special education; Hannah Fowles, secondary education-earth science; Dallas Froome, elementary education-modern language; Jordan Jimerson, elementary education; Emilie Liebe, elementary education-English as a second language; Emma K. Miller, elementary education–special education; Mary Grace Poskin, elementary education; Allison Sears, family and consumer sciences; Brooke Waters, secondary education-math; and Emily Wilson, elementary education.
The 31 ambassadors returning for 2015-16 are: Paxton Akin, elementary education-special education; Alyssa Bisagno, elementary education-social studies; Becky Brady, elementary education-math; Kasey Criser, elementary education-English; Kortney Edelman, elementary education-special education; Shawn Finch, secondary education-human ecology/life skills; Madison Grier, secondary education-math; Kathleen Hail, secondary education-math; Justin Haun, elementary education-math; Nathan Herrman, secondary education-Spanish; Sydney Ho, secondary education-math; Leah Kellerman, elementary education-special education; Kelly Kristiansen, secondary education-math; Rachel Londeen, elementary education-social science; Allie Love, elementary education-English as a second language; Hannah Martin, secondary education-English and social studies; Emma A. Miller, elementary education-special education; Shannon Oakley, secondary education-math; Daniel Patterson, secondary education-social studies; Jessica Pennybacker, secondary education-Spanish; Charlee Pierson, elementary education-special education; Brendan Schmitz, secondary education-physics and math; Elizabeth Stover, elementary education-English; Emilie Taylor, elementary education-English as a second language; Kaley Taylor, elementary education-English as a second language; Sarah Watkins, elementary education-math; Katherine Wernes, elementary education-English; Kate Whitsitt, elementary education — English as a second language; and David Zieger, secondary education-math.