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College of Education, Health and Human Sciences

Mailing Address:
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3080
Moscow, ID 83844-3080

General Contact:
Phone: 208-885-6772
Email: ehhs@uidaho.edu

Student Services:
Phone: 208-885-6610

Fax: 208-885-1071

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Mailing Address:
University of Idaho Boise Center
322 E. Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

Phone: 208-334-2999

Fax: 208-364-4035

Email: boise@uidaho.edu

Web: Boise Center

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Mailing Address:
University of Idaho CDA Center
1031 N. Academic Way, Suite 242
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

Phone: 208-292-2519

Fax: 208-667-5275

Email: cdactr@uidaho.edu

Web: CDA Center

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Meet the Ambassadors


Carolina Betancourt

Hometown: Burley, Idaho

Major: Exercise Science and Health 

Year in School: Sophomore

Activities: Research Assistant & Orientation Leader

Why I wanted to become a student ambassador:

I wanted to become a student ambassador for the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences (EHHS) because of the experience I have had entering college. When deciding where exactly I wanted to go to school, I did not have an exact idea of what I wanted to major in, or where to ask for help. The staff here at EHHS and other services at the University of Idaho did exactly that, they provided me with support and opportunities to grow. I want to be able to give back and give students the same experience I had and be able to inform them of what this college has to offer and help them with any questions they may have.

Carolina Betancourt
Carolina Betancourt

Madeline Bryant

Hometown: Boise, ID

Major: Exercise Science and Health

Minor: Pre-Health Studies

Year in School: Senior

Activities: Delta Gamma Sorority

Why I wanted to become a student ambassador:

I wanted to become an ambassador for the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences because I had such a great experience with the college during my freshman year. This is my second year in this program, and as an ambassador I have been given the opportunity to show all that the college has to offer, and I am able to make an impact on incoming and current students. Being an ambassador the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences gives me the chance to share my passion for the college, gain leadership experience, and direct students to the area of study they want to pursue.

Madeline Bryant
Madeline Bryant

Coby Contreras

Hometown: Kuna, Idaho

Major: Exercise, Sport, and Health Sciences

Minor: Pre-Health studies 

Year in School: Senior

Activities: Sigma Nu Fraternity, Movement Science Undergrad Research Club

Why I wanted to become a student ambassador:

I wanted to become an ambassador for the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences because of how much this college has given back to me in terms of friends, opportunities and education. Coming in to high school I had no guidance with anything and it was a stressful experience that I wish I had more direction on. Having gone through this experience, I wanted to have an impact on those that may be going through the same situation and even those who aren't. Ultimately, I want to show and tell people how amazing this college is and the opportunities and tracks that we have.

Coby Contreras
Coby Contreras

Alyson Crum

Hometown: Spokane, WA

Major: Elementary Education with a Spanish emphasis 

Minor: Spanish 

Year in School: Senior

Activities: Delta Gamma 

Why I wanted to become a student ambassador:

I wanted to represent the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences because this college has allowed me to grow as a student and supported me through my struggles. The faculty have been extremely helpful and have continued to guide me as I pursue my passion. From my time at the University of Idaho, I have had nothing but a positive experience as a student in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences. As an ambassador, I am able to highlight all of the positive attributes that this college has to offer to incoming students and their families.

Alyson Crum
Alyson Crum

Jordan Dickeson

Hometown: Lewiston, ID

Major: Exercise Science & Health

Year in School: Junior

Activities: Delta Gamma Sorority

Why I wanted to become an ambassador:

I wanted to become an ambassador for the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences because it helped me flourish as a student in my first year at University of Idaho. I have met so many supportive and inspiring faculty and students that have helped me grow as a student here at the University, and I want to help others in that same way and help them achieve their goals. As an ambassador, I am able to share the many benefits that I received in my years here at the University, as well as encourage both incoming and current students in finding their passions within the college just as I did.

After graduation I hope to find a job teaching high school students health and physical education. I would also hope to find a job coaching volleyball where ever I end up.

Jordan Dickeson
Jordan Dickeson

Matthew Gee

Hometown: Rathdrum, ID

Major: Secondary Education

Endorsements: Social Sciences

Year in School: Junior

Activities: Amateur Radio Club at the University of Idaho

Why I wanted to become a student ambassador:

Coming back to school after so many years in the workforce was a daunting experience for me. As an older non-traditional student, I felt the desire to help others who were in my situation, so when I read about the opportunity to become a student ambassador in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences (EHHS), I jumped at the chance. Being a student ambassador gives me the ability to help ease the transition process for other non-traditional students and encourage them to seek out all of the services and help available. I am excited to be able to share my experiences with current and perspective students and help promote EHHS, and all of the amazing opportunities that it affords.

Matthew Gee
Matthew Gee

Veronica Holmes

Hometown: Pasadena, California

Major: Exercise Science

Year in School: Senior

Activities: Alpha Phi Sorority

Why I wanted to become a Student Ambassador:

As a freshman, I knew what I wanted my future to look like, but I had no idea how get there. Being a student in the sciences was very intimidating and scary at times, and I feared if I wouldn't be able to do it. It wasn't until I met my wonderful advisor and all the staff through the College of Education and Human Health Sciences, that my nerves and doubts turned into excitement and my aspirations. Through the amazing support I received, I could finally see how I could achieve the future I'd always envisioned myself having. I wanted to be part of this program to show other students that they can take on a major that they want, even if it seems scary at first. I wanted to show other students that with a little help, guidance and structure, they can achieve their goals.

Veronica Holmes
Veronica Holmes

Erin Langley

Hometown: Gooding, Idaho

Major: Exercise Science & Health

Minor: Pre-Health Professions Studies

Year in school: Senior

Activities: Alpha Phi Sorority

Why I wanted to become a student ambassador:

I wanted to become a student ambassador because I have a strong passion for both higher education and helping others pursue their dreams. The College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences is home to a diverse population of majors with so much to offer, from research and internships to state of the art facilities and everything in between. As a student, I have experienced endless support and encouragement from both my peers and staff alike and been presented with amazing leadership and educational opportunities. I can't wait to share my experience with incoming students and help them find their passion within the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences.

 
Erin Langley
Erin Langley

Nicolle Martinez-Rivera

Hometown: Puerto Rico

Major: Recreation, Sports, and Tourism Management

Minor: Outdoor Recreation Leadership & Marketing

Year in School: Junior

Activities: Kappa Delta Sorority & U of I Water Polo Club

Why I wanted to be a student ambassador:

I wanted to be an ambassador because I saw it as an experience to grow, meet new people, and help incoming students. When I first came to U of I and toured the college I instantly loved it and wanted to share my experience with others. Continuing my freshmen year, I realized I wanted to do more with my time here. Getting to represent Recreation, Sports, and Tourism Management I really want to make sure that new students who are coming in have a representative, have someone they can relate to, and depend on if needed.

Nicolle Martinez-Rivera
Nicolle Martinez-Rivera

Rebecca O'Daniel

Hometown: Boise, ID

Major: Elementary Education, Earth Science emphasis

Year in School: Senior

Activities: Student Chair-Elect for the Idaho Education Association

Why I wanted to become a student ambassador:

As a non-traditional student, I wanted to become an ambassador so that I can collaborate with current and incoming students and help them to meet their educational goals. I value being a student here at the University of Idaho, and I am pleased to be learning from an exceptional institution. I am excited to work alongside the College of Education staff and my peers to promote the educational possibilities that U of I offers, while networking with teachers in the community.

Rebecca O'Daniel
Rebecca O'Daniel

Alyssa Ralstin

Hometown: Lewiston, Idaho

Major: Elementary Education

Year in School: Sophomore 

Activities: Delta Gamma Sorority

Why I wanted to become a student ambassador:

I wanted to become an ambassador for the College of Education and Health and Human Sciences because I had an amazing first year with the college. I got to meet so many hard working, and caring faculty members in the college. I have been given so many tools already to be successful in my future career. Not only have I been able to meet and learn from many amazing faculty members, but I have also met students who have made an impact on my college experience. I want to be able to share this with incoming freshman and help them find what they are passionate about, just like the College of Education and Health and Human Sciences has done for me. 

Alyssa Ralstin
Alyssa Ralstin

Ian Sherner

Hometown: Boise, Idaho

Major: Exercise Science and Health

Minor: Pre-Health Professions Studies

School Year: Junior

Activities: Phi Gamma Delta(FIJI) Fraternity

Why I wanted to become a student ambassador:

Coming to the University of Idaho, I had no idea what I wanted to pursue and study during my college years. Learning through the College of Health and Human Sciences has been a fantastic time! After my freshman year, my decision to become an Ambassador was a no-brainer. Our college is amazing due to the vast variety of graduates that emerge from it, all with the experience and mindset to pursue their respective career goals upon leaving the U of I. As an Ambassador, I am ecstatic to start growing as an individual. Working with my peers and the amazing facility, my goal is to help others grow as well, and find their true place here in Moscow.

Ian Sherner
Ian Sherner

Abigail Smith

Hometown: Boise, ID

Major: Exercise Science and Health 

Year in School: Junior  

Why I wanted to become a student ambassador:

I wanted to become an ambassador because it provides me with many opportunities on campus and within my college itself. I wanted to be able to get to know more of the faculty and staff with in my college, what clubs were offered, and how to get more involved on campus. I also wanted to be able to share with others my experiences and what I've learned from being a part of EHHS with incoming students. I hope to inspire others to achieve their goals, as well as, showing them how to make the most of their college experience in EHHS!

Abigail Smith
Abigail Smith

Hailey Ward

Hometown: Lewiston, ID

Major: Elementary Education with Literacy Emphasis

Year in School: Junior

Activities: Delta Gamma Sorority

Why I wanted to become a student ambassador:

I wanted to become an ambassador for the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences because I wanted to become more involved with my major and within the college. I wanted to further benefit myself in pursuing a career in Education while helping others find their passion in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences as well.

Hailey ward
Hailey Ward

Emma Wickham

Hometown: Meridian, ID

Major: Exercise Sport and Health Science – Physical Education Teaching

Minor: Health Education Teaching and Psychology

Year in School: Junior

Activities: Gamma Phi Beta Sorority

Why I wanted to become a student ambassador:

I wanted to become an ambassador to help future students begin their own path at this beautiful University. By being a part of the College of Education, Health, and Human sciences, there are endless opportunities to learn, grow, and experience new things every day. By being a Physical Education teaching major, I enjoy the best of both worlds since my classes are split between education courses and health sciences. With the time I have spent in both areas of my college, I am ready to give back to my University and to the current and future students on this campus. Being an ambassador is my way of doing just that!

Emma Wickham
Emma Wickham

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College of Education, Health and Human Sciences

Mailing Address:
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3080
Moscow, ID 83844-3080

General Contact:
Phone: 208-885-6772
Email: ehhs@uidaho.edu

Student Services:
Phone: 208-885-6610

Fax: 208-885-1071

Map

Mailing Address:
University of Idaho Boise Center
322 E. Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

Phone: 208-334-2999

Fax: 208-364-4035

Email: boise@uidaho.edu

Web: Boise Center

Map

Mailing Address:
University of Idaho CDA Center
1031 N. Academic Way, Suite 242
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

Phone: 208-292-2519

Fax: 208-667-5275

Email: cdactr@uidaho.edu

Web: CDA Center

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