Five Nursing Student Ambassadors Recognized

On Saturday, April 26, 2014, the Kent State Student Ambassadors gathered at the Kent Student Center for The 31st Annual Induction & Awards Luncheon. The College of Nursing is honored to have five of its students serving as Student Ambassadors at various events on campus. 

Nursing students Kaitlyn Evans, Emily Nighswander and Samantha Rhoades, along with senior nursing students Rushia Edwards and Brenna Lynam, proudly represent Kent State by giving campus tours, greeting guests at events and hosting candidates, donors and guest lecturers while on campus.

About the Kent Student Ambassadors 

Established in 1983 as a branch of the Kent State Alumni Association, The Kent State Student Ambassadors is a service organization made up of a select group of the finest students from a variety of backgrounds, beliefs, majors and interests. 

Student Ambassadors are not compensated and commit to participating in four events during the fall semester and three events in the spring. In total, Kent State’s Student Ambassadors account for 1,400 volunteer hours each year.

POSTED: Friday, May 02, 2014 12:00 AM
Updated: Saturday, April 01, 2023 11:22 PM
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