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​An Intern​ational Ag​riculture Ambassador represents International Programs in Agriculture and is an advocate for study​ abroad​. The main responsibilities for ambassadors are to assist with incoming international excha​n​ge​​ students, ​promote study abroad, assist with international visitors, give presentations, and increase global awareness.

Application

The application​ to be an International Ag Ambassador for the 2020-2021 academic year will be due mid-March. This PDF presentation explains more information about the ambassador program.   

Back Left to Right: Josh Calhoun, Patrisha Hartley, Rafael Sogomonian, Morgan Winder, Camryn Smith, Mallory Swanson 
Front Left to Right: Emily Zimmer, Grace Hasler, Ashley Dittman, Samantha Evens
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

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Josh Calhoun
Ag Education
Jamaica, Greece, Haiti, Germany

​Ashley Dittman
NRES
Australia, Belize

Samantha Evens
Agribusiness
Ireland, Europe

​Patrisha Hartely
Animal Science
Colombia, Laos, The Netherlands

Grace Hasler
Ag Economics & Ag Communications
Haiti

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Camryn Smith
Ag Finance
Ireland

Rafael Sogomonian
Horticulture
The Netherlands

Mallory Swanson
Animal Science
Peru

Morgan Winder
Ag Education & Ag Economics
Jamaica, Haiti, Ireland

Emily Zimmer
Animal Science
Italy, Ecuador

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