School of Health and Human Sciences
HHS Dean's Ambassadors
- What is a Dean's Ambassador?
A Dean's Ambassador is a student who wishes to enhance one's leadership skills, academic success, is seeking involvement in service-learning activities and has a desire to help others while raising awareness of the principles and values of the School of Health and Human Sciences.
- What does a Dean's Ambassador do?
(See events and activities for the 2011-2012 year)
A Dean's Ambassador serves to support and represent the student population in HHS at various events throughout the year (Homecoming, sponsored workshops, the scholar/donor luncheon, the honors convocation, graduation, etc.). Also, they participate in monthly workshops designed to raise awareness of opportunities and services in place to maximize one's academic success and involvement in the campus community.
- What are the criteria for becoming a Dean’s Ambassador?
Students must have a declared major within one of our eight departments in the School of Health and Human Sciences. Students must also have a minimum 3.0 cumulative UNCG GPA.
- How do I become a Dean's Ambassador?
Submit a completed HHS Dean's Ambassador application to 235 Stone for consideration. Approximately 20 students will be selected to serve as a Dean's Ambassador and will be notified via email in early October.
- How long can I serve as a Dean's Ambassador?
If selected, students will serve for one full academic year with the option to renew at the end of that term.
- What if I have other questions?
Email Jennifer Clark at email@example.com or call 336-334-5736.