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Student ambassadors are here to help

The Materials Science and Engineering Student Ambassadors are available to answer questions regarding materials science and engineering at Texas A&M University, the profession, class and scheduling advice, study-abroad, internships, co-ops, student organizations, transferring to the department, and the general engineering entry to a major process, among other things.

Our Vision

  • To increase student enrollment in the department through departmental ambassadors (selected students)
  • To increase visibility of the department by supporting the professional development of departmental representatives (all students)

Steps to Achieve Our Vision

  • Departmental Ambassadors
    • Outstanding students speaking on behalf of the department to recruit students at events
  • Departmental Information (DI) Saturday
  • Departmental Representatives
    • Offer professional development workshops for:
      • Resume formatting
      • Interview skills
      • Leadership and teamwork retreats
      • Formal communication (email and phone)

How Can You Help?

  • Need volunteered time, input, and sponsorship for:
    • Resume reviews
    • Mock interviews
    • Leadership skills

2023 MSEN Ambassadors

  • Phillip Starnes (President)

  • Taylor Grace Foster (Vice President)

  • Hudson Legendre (Secretary)

  • Anna Woodruff (Treasurer)

  • Mia Stertzer (Media Manager)

  • Abbey Fossati

  • Alexander Saggi

  • Audrey Cook

  • Colton Brietzke

  • Jackson Martin

  • Jakob Nielsen

  • Joey Leal

  • Johanna Gunther

  • Jose Cortes

  • Kaylee Breining

  • Leopoldo Toro

  • Lindsey Ford

  • Mason Pfeifer

  • Matthew Betz

  • Meera Trikur

  • Molly Gray

  • Sara West

  • Seo Bae

  • Wyatt Hodges