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Student Ambassadors

You'll get to know our student ambassadors in videos, webinars, and hopefully on campus! Ask them about their clubs, courses, campus life, and more by reaching out to LSARecruit@umich.edu

Claire Volkert

Major/minor: Public Health major, Gender & Health minor
Year in college: Senior
Hometown: Grand Rapids, MI
Favorite LSA class: Either Environment 244: Environmental Humanities or Women and Gender Studies 374: Gender & the Prison
Student orgs: I volunteered for three years with Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness (SAPAC).

Amelia Turco

Major/minor: U-M School of Information, UX Design, LSA Spanish major, Global Media Studies minor
Year in college: Sophomore
Hometown: Grosse Pointe, MI
Favorite LSA class: German 304: German Post-War Terrorism and Art
Student orgs: Sopranos A Cappella, Musket marketing team, Girls Who Code club, campus jobs, UROP research in the Speech Production Lab

Angel Phillips

Major/minor: Economics major, Intergroup Relations minor
Year in college: Senior
Hometown: Detroit, MI
Favorite LSA class: ALA 321: Intergroup Facilitation
Student orgs: Inclusive Campus Communities, Commonground, Support for Incoming Black Students, Success Connects, Flowdom, Math Corps

Cameron Slavkin

Major: Intending to major in public health
Year in college: Sophomore
Hometown: Los Angeles, California
Favorite LSA class: Sociology 105: Social Justice, Identity, Diversity and Community (first-year seminar)
Student orgs: Michigan Community Scholars Program (MCSP), Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP), Public Health AssociationCollege Democrats

Natalie Bayrakdarian

Major: Biopsychology, Cognition & Neuroscience
Year in college: Sophomore
Hometown: Northville, MI
Favorite LSA Class: Women's Studies 220- Perspectives in Women's Health
Student orgs: CHAARG, Pre-Physician Assistant Club

Yash Poddar

Major: Computer Science and Economics
Year in college: Sophomore
Hometown: Kathmandu, Nepal
Favorite LSA class: ECON 310 Money and Banking, EECS 281 Data Structures and Algorithms