College of Humanities & Behavioral Sciences
- Davis College of Business and Education
- College of Education and Human Development
- College of Graduate Studies and Research
- Waldron College of Health and Human Services
- College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences
- Artis College of Science and Technology
- College of Visual and Performing Arts
- Other Offices and Departments
CHBS Ambassadors are advocates for the college to members of the campus community, future students and alumni. They represent a diversity of CHBS departments and programs.
Ambassadors are expected to attend the CHBS Advisory Board welcoming, aid in commencement ceremonies, escort CHBS dignitaries to receptions, and participate in off-campus recruitment during the week of Spring Break and additional duties as assigned.
The CHBS Advisory Board is a group of alumni and friends of the college who actively engage with RU and offer a perspective from beyond campus.
The duties of an ambassador also include assisting guest speakers’ arrival to campus, representing the college during Highlander Days and open houses and advocating for programs and fellow students.
Ambassadors are nominated by chairs or directors of their department or school. They must hold junior standing, as they will continue in the role as seniors. Candidates must be in good academic and conduct standing, hold a minimum 3.2 GPA and be involved in other student organizations or groups.
Take a peak into what being a CHBS Ambassador is...
CHBS Student Ambassadors 2019-2020
Senior Class Representatives
Katie Monday, President (representing School of Communication)
Morgan Ford (representing Philosophy and Religious Studies)
Adriene De Lilly (representing Criminal Justice)
Savannah Roberson (representing English)
Matthew Hester, Vice President (representing Foreign Languages and Literatures)
Ruth Wilson Rodriguez (representing History)
Emily Jenkins (representing Political Science)
Autumn Hart (representing Psychology)
Sharmaine Ramirez (representing Sociology)
Junior Class Representatives
Mercedes Loescher (representing School of Communication)
Abigail Gillette (representing Criminal Justice)
Noah Staples (representing Foreign Languages and Literatures)
Grace Bryant (representing Philosophy and Religious Studies)
Amaia Jones (representing Psychology)
Haleigh Williams (representing School of Communication)
Courtney Mason (representing English)
Mackinzy Wiseman (representing History)
Nicole Heinrichs (representing Political Science)
Russel Alvarez (representing Sociology)