Troy University names new Dothan Campus Ambassadors

Posted: Wednesday, 29 May 2013

DOTHAN — Troy University has appointed ten students to serve as the Dothan Campus Ambassadors for the 2013-2014 academic year.

The Dothan Campus Ambassadors work to represent and promote TROY in the community, during campus functions and throughout the University's service area. They serve and assist the office of student development in student recruitment, orientation and registration.

The 2013-2014 Dothan Campus Ambassadors are:

  • Phillip Bennett, a senior math education major from Dothan
  • Jennifer Coleman, a senior criminal justice major from Cottonwood
  • Kellie Detter, an English graduate student from Dothan
  • Kristie DeWolfe, a junior biology major from Newville
  • Ragan Garrett, a senior criminal justice major from Dothan
  • Becky Johnson, a history education graduate student from Dothan
  • Sarah Marsh, a senior applied computer science major from Dothan
  • Emily Norton, a senior pre-professional biology major from Dothan
  • Phillip Pinyan, a senior English major from Dothan
  • Melissa Ward, a junior English major from Dothan

New ambassadors are chosen from a pool of applicants each spring.

Troy University recently appointed ten students to serve as the Dothan Campus Ambassadors for the 2013-2014 academic year. From left to right, the new ambassadors are (front row) Kellie Detter, an English graduate student from Dothan; Becky Johnson, a history education graduate student from Dothan; Melissa Ward, a junior English major from Dothan; Jennifer Coleman, a senior criminal justice major from Cottonwood; (back row) Sarah Marsh, a senior applied computer science major from Dothan; Phillip Bennett, a senior math education major from Dothan; Phillip Pinyan, a senior English major from Dothan; Ragan Garrett, a senior criminal justice major from Dothan and Emily Norton a senior pre-professional biology major from Dothan. Not pictured is Kristie DeWolfe, a junior biology major from Newville. New ambassadors are chosen from a pool of applicants each spring. (TROY photo)