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STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

Student Involvement Ambassadors


Purpose

The Student Involvement Ambassadors serve as a resource for Student Involvement and Wichita State University students, exemplifying a broad knowledge of campus culture, programs, policies and procedure. The ambassadors' goal is to show the amazing benefits of getting involved on campus, as well as highlighting the offices and programs that are great resources for students. 


Student Involvement Ambassadors 

The Student Involvement Ambassadors contribute to the office in many ways by promoting involvement at orientation tables, facilitating campus visits, recording voiceovers for online trainings, marketing SI events, developing programs, and by getting more students involved on campus. 


Meet Our Ambassadors

Andrea Murillo 

Andrea's major is Exercise Science with a minor in Spanish and Honors. She is going to school for Physical Therapy. Andrea is currently serving as Vice President for Delta Gamma, President of the Student Council for Via Christi St. Francis Volunteers, a member of Order of Omega, National Society of Leadership and Success and part of the Honors college. In her free time Andrea likes to volunteer, attend events with her sorority sisters, and spend time with family and friends.

Functional Area: Recognized Student Organizations

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Clayton Baughn

Clayton is a graduate of Goddard High School and he is majoring in Mechanical Engineering with an honors distinction while working in the Engineering Student Success Center. He serves as Treasurer of Engineers Without Borders, an Honors College Ambassador, and Engineering Undergraduate Peer Partner. He is also involved with Beta Theta Pi, Marshallville, the Engineering LLC and Summer Leadership Institute. In his free time, he enjoys playing video games, watching movies, playing ultimate Frisbee and going to the lake.

Functional Area: Leadership

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Jamillah Sleiman

Jamillah is a graduate of Andover High School. She is majoring in Secondary Education: English/Language Arts with a minor in Psychology. She is involved on campus through Community Service Board, Co op Program, Vice President of Chapter Development of Delta Delta Delta, Public Relations chair for Order of Omega, Mortar Board, and is Vice President of the Ambassadors for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. Jamillah enjoyed  attending  the Alternative Spring Break trip to NYC to do some service learning regarding poverty and homelessness. When Jamillah is not at school she enjoys reading, traveling, trying new types of foods and spending time with family!

Functional Area: Community Service Board

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Kelsey Wulfkuhle

Kelsey is from Shawnee Heights High School and is studying Psychology while dual-minoring in Political Science and Health Services Management and Community Development. She is involved in various leadership programs here on campus, the psychology national honor society, giving campus tours as a Shocker Navigator, as well as volunteering in the community as a Big Sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters. In her free time she enjoys going to concerts, reading, traveling abroad, and baking chocolate cakes on the weekends.

Functional Area: Cadman Art Gallery

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Sara Drake

Sara is majoring in Biological Science with minors in Chemistry and Anthropology. She is a campus tour guide with the Office of Admissions and serves as a mentor for the Emerging Leaders program. She is also involved in Community Service Board and Shocker Hall Activities Council. In her free time, Sara enjoys hiking, kayaking, and volunteering at the Great Plains Nature Center as an animal care assistant.

Functional Area: Community Service Board

 

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Rachael Embrey

Rachael is a graduate from Eisenhower High School. She is majoring in Nursing and minoring in Honors and Leadership. . Rachael is also involved in the Emory Lindquist Honors College, New Member Greek Council, Order of Omega, and National Society of Leadership and Success. She enjoyed being a member of Emerging Leaders, Evolving Leaders, Engaging Leaders, and attending Summer Leadership Institute. In her spare time, Rachael loves shopping, playing with her puppy, and working as a Certified Nurse Aide.

Functional Area: Leadership Programs

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Richy Thach

Richy is a senior studying to become a forensic scientist with a major in Medical Laboratory Science. He also serves as the Shocker Night Life Chairperson for the Student Activities Council. In his free time, Richy enjoys arranging music, cooking, playing Pokémon, and learning different languages.

Functional Area: Student Activites Council

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Kaylee Shadid

 

Functional Area: Sororities

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Terence Truong

Terence Truong is a junior majoring in Computer Engineering with minors in Computer Science and Mathematics. On campus, he is also involved in the Community Service Board and Student Activities Council. Truong is a freelance photographer, aspiring Church organist, tech guru and is obsessed with his Pembroke Welsh Corgi named Timothy.

Functional Area: Recognized Student Organizations

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Holly Nguyen

Functional Area: Student Government Association

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Jeremy Andersen

Functional Area: Fraternities

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Mindy Huynh

Mindy is a graduate of Maize High School and she is currently a junior studying Bio-medical Engineering with an emphasis in Pre-Med. She is also minoring in Mathematics, Biology, and Chemistry. Mindy is a member of Delta Delta Delta, involved with National Society of Leadership, Premedical Student Association, American Red Cross Association, the Society of Women Engineering, Community Service Board, Ambassador for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and also the Interactive Programing Chairperson for Student Activities Council.  In her free time, Mindy enjoys volunteering at the American Red Cross, swimming, going to the gym,  and spending time with family and friends.

Functional Area: Student Activities Council

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Our Ambassadors are available to:

  • Facilitate involvement programs for WSU students
  • Assist Student Involvement programs such as Civic Engagement or Leadership activities
  • Provide consultations for Wichita State students looking to take part in WSU student life as well as new student organizations that need help getting started 

If you would like to request a presentation or consultation, please contact Student Involvement at getinvolved@wichita.edu or at 316-978-3022.