Sociology Ambassadors for the College of Arts and Sciences | Department of Sociology
November 4, 2015

Sociology Ambassadors for the College of Arts and Sciences

Two UNT Sociology students, Leslie Davila and Ian Ambrose, have been named Student Ambassadors for the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS). CAS Ambassadors are the undergraduate student representatives from each department in the College of Arts and Science at the University of North Texas. The Ambassadors work with the college and the departments to give an undergraduate student's perspective on various subjects including but not limited to, work load, courses, student activities and organizations, and campus life. CAS Ambassadors are elected every year and can serve a maximum of two years. Both Leslie and Ian want to help students fulfil their potential at UNT and in the future by bringing varying perspectives. Leslie Davila is working towards her BS in Sociology and Integrative Studies and a BA in History with Secondary Education. She would like to conduct research and look into military institutions in developing countries with an emphasis in central and South America. She is a member of the Sociology Club and is a Resident Assistant at Traditions Hall. She is also involved in intermural sports such as Ultimate Frisbee, indoor and outdoor soccer, and flag football. Leslie wants to help students realize the many things one can do with sociology and what impact their actions can have on the world at large. Ian Ambrose is a sophomore working toward his BA in Sociology. Ian is interested in focusing his studies to the sociology of sports. He is a MSA scholar, is involved with the Ultimate Frisbee club team, and is an Emerald Eagle. Ian wants to help students by providing them with tips so that they can succeed at UNT.