Never miss a thing.

Enter your email to subscribe to our news and events. You will receive notifications of new posts by email!

STAR Ambassadors

STudent AmbassadoR Program

The CHS STAR Program is a group of select student volunteers who serve as ambassadors for the College of Health Sciences. These enthusiastic students assist CHS administration, faculty and staff in promoting the College and its programs to prospective students, parents, teachers, school/guidance counselors, and the community. They lead tours of the Health Sciences Complex at the STAR campus, assist with recruitment activities throughout the year (Discovery Days, Blue & Golden Saturdays, Delaware Decision Days, etc.), attend special events, and assist in the Undergraduate Student Services office. As a STAR Ambassador, students gain personal and professional growth through the variety of activities they participate in throughout the year.

2017-2018 STAR Ambassadors

Returning Ambassadors

Major

Erin Anderson Exercise Science
Samantha Bachman Exercise Science
Jessica Bursler Medical Diagnostic, Liberal Studies/Medical Scholars Program
Shakyra Cephas Exercise Science
Bryanna Chisholm Medical Diagnostics
Samantha Choen Medical Diagnostics
Nora Friedmann Medical Diagnostics, Pre-PA
Kelly McGowan Exercise Science
Kelly Moore Exercise Science
Kira Smith Medical Diagnostics
New Ambassadors Major
Meghan Bohny Dietetics, Nutritional Sciences
Parker Chan Exercise Science
Cali Gadoury Exercise Science
Alexa Hirschberg Health Behavioral Science
Jenna Horbatuk Exercise Science
Christina Janesky Nursing
Samantha Lampert Dietetics
Alexis Landry Medical Lab & Diagnostics Interest
Sarina Low Nursing
Emily Mathios Dietetics
Kathleen Mooney Medical Lab & Diagnostics Interest
Reheanna Nelson Medical Lab & Diagnostics Interest

 COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES

CHS CONNECT

  Facebook

 Twitter

  YouTube

 Instagram

CONTACT

Dean's Office McDowell Hall  | P: (302) 831-2381
 
STAR Health Sciences Complex
540 S College Ave, Newark DE 19713
 
 

 

The University of Delaware is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and Title IX institution. The University of Delaware complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. The University of Delaware does not exclude people or treat them differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. For a list of the University’s complete policies, please visit this page.