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UW Ambassador Team Members

Get to know the team of students who answer your questions and give our amazing campus tours!

Rory

Major: Physiology
Hometown: Riverton, WY
Advice for new students: Go visit your professors often!

Brandon

Major: Microbiology/Molecular Biology
Hometown: Eaton, CO
Advice for new students: Go to class!

Dietrich

Major: Spanish
Hometown: San Francisco, CA
Advice for new students: Read the syllabus and go to class. Please.

Ian

Major: Chemical Engineering
Hometown: Laramie, WY
Advice for new students: Don't be afraid to get to know faculty and staff on campus. Everyone's here to help!

Andy

Major: Elementary Education
Hometown: Scottsbluff, NE
Advice for new students: There's nothing wrong coming to college with an undeclared major. Doing so gives you more time to find out what you actually want to do with your life.

Annie

Major: Elementary Education
Hometown: Fort Collins, CO
Advice for new students: Try to go to as many free things as you can in college and try to collect as much free stuff as you can!

Kay

Major: Kinesiology
Hometown: Fort Collins, CO
Advice for new students: Get to know as many people as you possibly can. Everyone knows something that you don't.

Blake

Major: Communication
Hometown: Cheyenne, WY
Advice for new students: Remember why you are here. It is easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of everyday college life, but it’s important to know your purpose and why you are at the University of Wyoming. Is this your dream school? Is this a stepping-stone to the next chapter of your academic career whether it is medical school or law school? Will this be where you find your dream internship, or dream job? Whatever your purpose at UW, don’t lose sight of what is important and what brought you to this great institution.

Sarah

Major: Physiology
Hometown: Ranchester, WY
Advice for new students: Introduce yourself. Introduce yourself to the people sitting next to you in class, to your professors, to the people you see walking around campus, to the guy working at the coffee shop. You never know when you could benefit from that relationship, make a lasting connection, or just share a smile.

Kailee

Major: Kinesiology
Hometown: Littleton, CO
Advice for new students: Don't be afraid to step out of your shell!

Jessica

Major: Pharmacy
Hometown: Denver, CO
Advice for new students: Always keep an open mind. Life sometimes doesn't go the way you expect it to, but with the right attitude, you can make the most of every situation.

Susan

Major: Molecular Biology
Hometown: Albin, WY
Advice for new students: Stay on top of homework but give yourself time to have a good time.

Emily

Major: Mechanical Engineering
Hometown: Reston, VA
Advice for new students: It's better to work more efficiently, rather than harder.

Lily

Major: Physiology
Hometown: Baltimore, MD
Advice for new students: Be outgoing and be yourself!

Amanda

Major: Psychology
Hometown: San Diego, CA
Advice for new students: Don't forget to have fun.

Lindsey

Major: Marketing
Hometown: Centennial, CO
Advice for new students: Don't pull all-nighters! GO TO SLEEP

Victoria

Major: Secondary Education - English
Hometown: Casper, WY
Advice for new students: Don't worry if things do not go quite as you planned. College is a roller coaster and just enjoy the ride.

Dakota

Major: Global & Area Studies
Hometown: Gillette, WY
Advice for new students: Be prepared for your dreams to change, and embrace it! Don't be afraid to ask for help - we've all been there before.

Katy

Major: Communication
Hometown: Cheyenne, WY
Advice for new students: Everything in life can be classified as a good lesson or a good story.

Cooper

Major: Nursing
Hometown: Powell, WY
Advice for new students: Take your studies seriously but enjoy life.

Danielle

Major: Secondary Education - English
Hometown: Nederland, CO
Advice for new students: Take chances!

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