Writer: D'Lyn Ford
LAS CRUCES--Seventeen students from across the state are serving as ambassadors for New Mexico State University's College of Agriculture and Home Economics during the 2001-2002 school year.
The students, who are completing their degrees in fields ranging from agricultural biology to wildlife science, promote college programs and activities.
Ambassadors are Julie Bostick, sophomore agricultural and extension education major, Carlsbad; Ramon Molino Bravo, senior horticulture major, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico; Lorna Brown, senior agricultural economics and agricultural business major, Las Cruces; Darcy Buchman, senior family and consumer sciences major, Fort Sumner; Chrystal Bustamante, senior hotel, restaurant and tourism management major, Roy; Azori Dodd, sophomore agricultural economics and agricultural business major, Melrose; Jesusito Andy Giron, sophomore agricultural and extension education major, La Madera.
Also selected are Ashley Hagen, senior horticulture major, Carlsbad; Lena Hite, senior range science major, Roswell; Adrianna Leyvas, sophomore agricultural economics and agricultural business major, Pie Town; Desiree Poore, senior wildlife science major, Bosque Farms; Jarren Ray, senior agricultural biology major, Grady; Brian Roe, senior hotel, restaurant and tourism management major, Farmington; Lauren Romig, senior agricultural economics and agricultural business major, Las Cruces; Ann Frances Roybal, senior human nutrition and food science major, Mora; Katrina Smejkal, junior agricultural and extension education major, Alamogordo; and Kimberly Smith, senior agricultural economics and agricultural business major, Mills.
The college's ambassador program began in 1988 as a leadership opportunity for students.
Student ambassadors work closely with the Academic Programs staff to assist with campus and college tours, phone campaigns and high school visits and special events. Ambassadors serve as official representatives of the college at special events and assist with lobbying efforts at the state Legislature each year.
College ambassadors are nominated by their departments and selected based on interviews. Students are chosen based on their leadership in college and campus activities and their communication skills.
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