Pitt-Greensburg students named Presidential Ambassadors
Eight students were selected as Presidential Ambassadors at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg this spring. Presidential Ambassadors, recognized by their signature blue blazers bearing the University seal, represent the Office of the President at important campus events and are the “go-to” students when the President is looking for student input or representation.
Ambassadors are the student face of the University and are often the first or only impression outside guests might have of the University. Students must be recommended, have a 3.25 GPA with at least 30 credits, and then be selected by a committee appointed by the President.
Students inducted this spring included:
• Shawnee Fereydouni, a junior political science major from Carnegie, PA, and a graduate of Carlynton Junior-Senior High School.
• Stephanie Zeiler, sophomore biological sciences major from Dallas, PA, and a graduate of Lake-Lehman High School.
• Christina Dubosky, a senior management-accounting major, from Greensburg, PA, and a graduate of Greensburg Central Catholic High School.
• Natalie Hooker, a senior psychology major from Greensburg, PA.
• Jamie Bennish, a junior psychology major from Greensburg, PA, and a graduate of Greensburg Salem High School.
Jefferson Hills, PA:
• Jarrod Qualk, a junior biological sciences major from Jefferson Hills, PA, and a graduate of Thomas Jefferson high School.
New Castle, PA:
• Courtney Riggans, a senior biological sciences major from New Castle, PA, and a graduate of Union Area Middle-High School.
• Kendra Custer, a junior biology major with minors in chemistry and psychology from Somerset, PA, who is a graduate of Somerset Area High School.