Stout Ambassadors

Representing the student body at alumni and campus events
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The Stout Ambassadors program was created in 2016 and is a collaborative project with the Involvement Center, Blue Devil Productions, the Alumni Association and Stout University Foundation.  Stout Ambassadors represent the student body by attending homecoming events, two alumni events and a campus Career Conference. They also have a special breakfast with the chancellor during the academic year.

Students interested in becoming ambassadors have to fill out an application and be interviewed. Criteria for eligibility includes having a grade-point average of at least 3.0, taking at least six class credits and being available for mandatory events. Applicants also must answer three essay questions and provide a resume.

We are currently accepting applications for the 2022-2023 Amabassadors, the application includes an online form as well as an interview to be scheduled in late September. The online form is due at NOON on Thursday, September 22nd. Stout Ambassador duties begin during in October and continue throughout the year.  A full list of requirements and opportunities is outlined at the beginning of the application.   

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The 2021-2022 ambassadors are:

Maddy Wilmot

Madelyn Wilmot, of Osceola,
marketing and business
education

Nilu Umarova

Nilufar Umarova, of Vahdat, Tajikistan, 
hotel, restaurant and tourism
management

Megan Copeland

Megan Copeland, of St. Michael, Minn.,
marketing and business education  

Tara Weber

Tara Weber, of Dorchester,
family and consumer sciences
education

 

Ben Larson

Ben Larson, of Menomonie,
supply chain management 

 

Sarah Webber

Sarah Webber, of Rice Lake,
packaging

 

Sharlett Gerber

Sharlett Gerber, of Milwaukee, 
computer science, 

Willa Rodencal

Willa Rodencal, of Waukesha,
retail merchandising and
management, digital marketing