Student Ambassador Mentoring
The Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Student Ambassadors are here to help you succeed!
What is a Student Ambassador?
We are junior and senior NSC or PSY majors who have been successful in our courses and research. Email us and meet during our office hours with any questions you have about advising, coursework, careers, and more!
Student Ambassadors for 2022-2023:
Elkan Gbadebo: Senior B.S. in Neuroscience with Biochemistry Minor
Esther Ko: Senior B.S. in Neuroscience with Forensic Science Minor
Sanjana Ade: Senior B.S. in Neuroscience with Spanish and Economics Minors
Joyane Eriom: Senior B.S. in Neuroscience with History and English Minors
Jordan Marr: Senior B.A. in Psychology with Forensic Science and Spanish Minors
Briana Roenz: Senior B.S. in Psychology and Biology
Who can come to the Student Ambassador office hours?
- ANY psychology or neuroscience student!
What are some reasons you can come to the Student Ambassador office hours?
- To ask questions about...
- Psychology and neuroscience classes you are in
- Getting involved in research (including summer research!)
- Career paths (setting up a CV, etc.)
- Grad school applications
When are the Student Ambassador office hours?
Office hours are by appointment only. Please email the student ambassador you wish to meet with to schedule a meeting time. ZOOM and in-person meetings are available.
Please take advantage of this great resource! The Student Ambassadors are here to help.
View our SUCCESS SEMINARS:
- Success in your Psych & Neuro Classes
- Careers in Psychology & Neuroscience
- Tips for Academic Succes
PROSPECTIVE STUDENT INFORMATION:
Follow us on Instagram @baylorpsyneurosa for regular updates about resources and upcoming events!
Interested in becoming a Student Ambassador?
Students are nominated by their professors for the Student Ambassador positions. All students must meet the following criteria:
- An upcoming junior or senior student
- High GPA (3.5 or above)
- Good personality
- Willingness to work with and for others
- Willing to positively represent the Psychology & Neuroscience Department in a variety of different ways (i.e. tutoring, mentoring, prospective student visits, etc.)
A committee will review the nominations, with the final decision being made by the chair of the Psychology & Neuroscience Department. Appointments last for at least one school year and are paid.