March 9, 2009|
From: Laura Harris, Director of Media Relations
31 Ambassadors awarded for excellence at ASAP District IV conference
The University of Louisiana at Monroe 31 Ambassadors returned from yet another conference with honors – this time from the annual Association of Student Advancement Programs’ District IV Conference, held in Houston Feb. 27-March 1.
The ULM group won two of the four awards given. Amy Tidwell, a pharmacy senior from Springhill, won the 2009 Outstanding Student Leader Award. The 31 Ambassadors together won the 2009 Outstanding External Program for this year’s Chili Cook-Off.
District Four includes ambassador programs from Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Mexico.
The 31 Ambassadors are a high profile, high-energy organization composed of some of ULM's finest students. They serve as the official host for alumni-related activities while sponsoring events aimed at increasing student awareness of ULM and its Alumni Association.
For more information, go to: www.ulm.edu/alumni/31.html.