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Honors College Ambassadors

Honors Ambassadors is a student-run group of current honors students who represent the Honors College at open houses, question and answer panels and other recruitment events. Honors Ambassadors are available to host prospective students on select days during the year. Host-a-Days allows new students to explore the everyday life of an Honors student, from classes to campus activities. Honors Ambassadors are the bridge between prospective and current Honors students, and a powerful resource for attracting students to UMD.

Students who are interested in becoming an Honors Ambassador should email honorsambassadors1@gmail.com.

Meet Our Student Coordinator

Hi! My name is Aaron Solomon, and I am a senior studying cell biology and computer science. I am a member of the Integrated Life Sciences living and learning program, and I am truly ecstatic to be serving as an Honors Ambassador Student Coordinator this year. My academic interests lie in the area of computational genomics and personalized medicine, and I research cancer genetics at the University of Pennsylvania and here at Maryland. I joined Honors Ambassadors in the spring of my freshman year, and love working with current students and incoming freshmen to show off all Maryland has to offer. I look forward to a fantastic year with all of you. Please contact me if you have any questions, and Go Terps!
-Aaron Solomon ’17

Meet Our Advisors

Hello and thank you for your interest in the Honors Ambassadors program! As the recruitment and programming coordinator of the Honors College, it is my pleasure to work with this dynamic group of students. The Honors Ambassadors have a wealth of knowledge regarding the Honors College and the University and are a great resource. We look forward to working with you!
-David Turner, Recruitment and Programming Coordinator

Hello! Welcome to the Honors Ambassadors page! I am currently a doctoral candidate majoring in Teaching, Learning, Policy and Leadership at the College of Education's Center for Mathematics Education. I have been working with undergraduates since 2007, but am new to the Honors College and Honors Ambassadors program. It is truly a pleasure to meet prospective students and their families at our recruitment events and to work with the talented Honors Ambassadors and Student Coordinators here at the Honors College. I encourage you to attend one the university's many recruitment events, and an Honors College online chat to learn more about the amazing programs and supports we have to offer.
-Angela Stoltz, Graduate Assistant, Recruitment and Programming

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