Who are the Engineering Ambassadors?
The Batten College of Engineering and Technology is proudly represented by the Dean's Engineering Ambassadors. Our ambassadors are our student leaders at the College of Engineering and Technology, and provide tours of our facilities to prospective students and their families, tours for school groups, and support for events. The Ambassadors also host the First Fridays program.
The Engineering Ambassadors are a strategic concept of former Dean Stephanie Adams, who invested in this concept by recruiting self-motivated volunteers who take initiative, set a positive tone, and understand the importance of displaying professionalism and tact, while representing the College in internal and external events. Since its inception, Ambassadors have impacted more than 10,000 people including K-12 students, parents, research partners, and high school counselors and teachers.
Interested in Becoming an Ambassador?
The ODU Engineering Ambassadors are trained in tour techniques and knowledge about the University and must be in good academic standing. The ambassadors are a mix of undergraduate and graduate students, and are expected to participate regularly in BCET events each semester. More than half of the team is part of a minority group and 44% are women. The ODU Engineering Ambassadors are a fully recognized student organization at ODU with its own undergraduate leadership, and you can find the ODU Engineering Ambassadors orgsync page here.
ODU Engineering Ambassadors are members of the Engineering Ambassadors Network, and council members are expected to recieve Network training.
If you are a current undergraduate student seeking more information on joining and meeting times, please email the ambassadors.
Looking for More Information?
Contact College of Engineering Dean's Ambassadors advisor:
Outreach, Recruitment, Academic Advisor
Batten College of Engineering & Technology
Engineering Systems Building - 1104E
Old Dominion University