The objective of the Rod Library Ambassadors program is to share the library's experience with current and prospective students, their families, and the UNI community. These volunteers will advocate for the perspectives of students through conversation and example. The program promotes the integration of Rod Library into the campus community and serves as a leadership and team-building experience for students.
Five undergraduate students have been selected for the pilot program at the library. The students have actively communicated library conversations throughout the campus during the fall semester, participated in library fundraising, volunteered for Panther Days and UNI Now, and so much more! Recently, the ambassadors created a photo exhibit of campus organizations called Textures of UNI. The exhibit will be on display through January 2018, and groups are encouraged to come to the library and vote for the Audience Choice Award. Please welcome our first ambassadors!
|Mustafa Akbar||Business Major||Hometown: Karachi, Pakistan|
|Nicole Bishop||Chemistry Major||Hometown: Elkhart, Iowa|
|Hannah Gregor||Political Communication Major||Hometown: Cedar Rapids, Iowa|
|Aashita Singh Vadhera||Actuarial Science Major||Hometown: Chandigarh, India|
|Laura Welsh||Gerontology Major||Hometown: Garner, Iowa|