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ABOUT INVOLVEMENT AMBASSADORS


The Involvement Ambassadors are a group of experienced student leaders who are responsible for promoting campus involvement. They facilitate one-on-one consultations and group presentations that help connect fellow students to the incredible opportunities to get involved at the U. It is their job to help students find their “home” and develop a deep connection with the U. The Involvement Ambassadors offer two primary services to the U of U community—consultations and presentations.

FOR STUDENTS

Consultations are the best way to figure out how to get involved. During the consultation, an ambassador will sit one-on-one with you to learn about your major, hobbies, interests, potential skill development, and goals for your time at the U. Together you'll explore Campus Connect and a variety of other involvement resources to craft your personalized involvement plan.

Schedule a consultation right here on this webpage!

Video chat with Involvement Ambassadors on Cranium Cafe

FOR CAMPUS PARTNERS

For faculty, staff, and student advisors, scheduling an involvement presentation will help students identify the benefits of on-campus involvement, resources for getting involved, and steps to start their involvement journey. We are happy to come to your class, your department team meeting, a recruitment event, or other outreach event. These presentations may take around thirty minutes or so and can tailored to your students' needs. These presentations may take place in-person or virtually.

Schedule a Presentation

GET INVOLVED IN UPCOMING EVENTS


  • Alternative Breaks Fall Experience Application - OPEN

    Alternative Breaks Fall Experience Application - OPEN Visit bennioncenter.org for more information! From Friday, July 1, 2022 12:00 AM to Wednesday, August 31, 2022 11:45 PM MDT at Online.

  • Anti-Blackness & Research in Higher Education

    Anti-Blackness & Research in Higher Education In this session, you will learn about anti-Blackness in higher education and how that impacts academic research, as well as about some of the research and resources on campus for combatting anti-Blackness.  This session will be helpful to anyone in a higher education context, as the content directly contributes to the overall working environment in higher education & research and understanding the impact of anti-Blackness is crucial to our developing an atmosphere of respect.   This event is part of the Undergraduate Research Education Series, which offers educational events on topics of interest to undergraduate student researchers and their faculty mentors. These events are open to all and are designed specifically with undergraduate students in mind. For a full schedule, check out https://our.utah.edu/events/ures/ From Wednesday, July 20, 2022 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM MDT at Online.

  • Data Visualization & Research Posters

    Data Visualization & Research Posters *HYBRID EVENT* In this session, you will learn about how to create images for various types of data, including data from humanistic and creative projects, and how to visually represent those data on research posters.  This session will be helpful to any student, especially those needing to create presentations or research posters in the near future.   This event is part of the Undergraduate Research Education Series, which offers educational events on topics of interest to undergraduate student researchers and their faculty mentors. These events are open to all and are designed specifically with undergraduate students in mind. For a full schedule, check out https://our.utah.edu/events/ures/ From Monday, July 11, 2022 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM MDT at Sill 120 or Online.

  • Public Speaking

    Public Speaking *HYBRID EVENT*In this session, you will hear about techniques for and issues with effective public speaking.   You will learn how to present in a variety of formats.  This session is useful for any student, as public speaking is both necessary in research dissemination and takes a lot of practice.   This event is part of the Undergraduate Research Education Series, which offers educational events on topics of interest to undergraduate student researchers and their faculty mentors. These events are open to all and are designed specifically with undergraduate students in mind. For a full schedule, check out https://our.utah.edu/events/ures/ From Friday, July 8, 2022 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM MDT at Sill 120 or Online.

MEET THE TEAM


Our Involvement Ambassador Team is currently made up of one amazing student leader! Lucas Brizolara is a Junior studying Psychology and a Senior Peer Advisor for the BlockU program here on campus. When Lucas is not serving as an Involvement Ambassador, he works as a Rape Crisis Advocate at the Rape Recovery Center throughout the Salt Lake valley. Lucas grew up in St. George and enjoys spending time with friends, working out, and playing the bass guitar. His favorite spots on campus are Gardner Commons, Beverly Taylor Sorenson Arts Education Complex, and the grassy area outside the Union.

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