College of Engineering Announces 2007-2008 Student Ambassadors

Friday, August 31, 2007

The University of Iowa College of Engineering Student Ambassador Program has announced the names of 16 students who will serve as student ambassadors for the 2007-2008 academic year.

The Student Ambassador Program, currently in its 11th year, was initiated to complement the services that engineering faculty and staff offer. The student ambassadors are engineering students from each department who wish to share the benefit of their experiences and provide help whenever it's needed. They serve as a resource for current students as well as for prospective high school and transfer students.

The student ambassadors work closely with Jane Dorman, director of admissions and outreach for the college, on future student recruitment.

Those serving as Student Ambassadors are:

Rachel Collier, senior in chemical engineering from Burlington, IA.

Rachel Levine, junior in chemical engineering and music from Cedar Rapids, IA.

Adam Duggleby, junior in mechanical engineering from Davenport, IA.

Cari Thompson, junior in biomedical engineering from Donahue, IA.

Jared Bogue, sophomore in mechanical engineering from Ida Grove, IA.

Jordan Cannon, junior in industrial engineering from Iowa City, IA.

Sarah Rinehart, sophomore in biomedical engineering from Marshalltown, IA.

Peter VanSickle, junior in civil engineering from Nevada, IA.

Andy Ewald, senior in mechanical engineering, and Ryan Wallace, senior in civil engineering, both from West Des Moines, IA.

Jackson Ebbesen, junior in biomedical engineering from De Kalb, IL.

Allison Bartak, junior in mechanical engineering from Peoria, IL.

Kyle Hudson, junior in civil engineering from Shorewood, IL.

Kate Douglas, sophomore in chemical engineering from Sterling, IL.

Kaitlyn Malone, junior in biomedical engineering from Lincoln, NE.

Adam Keen, junior in civil engineering from Omaha, NE.