- Megan Copeland, of St. Michael, Minn., junior, marketing and business education
- Cami Gettendorf, of Weyauwega, junior, retail merchandising and management
- Claire Henneman, of Bloomer, senior, hotel, restaurant and tourism management
- Bailey Jacque, of Thorp, sophomore, real estate property management
- Anna Johnson, of Eau Claire, junior, family and consumer sciences education
- Kacey King, of Amery, senior, human development and family studies
- Paul Kujawski, of Watertown, junior, mechanical engineering
- Ben Larson, of Menomonie, senior, supply chain management
- Griffin Reisman, of Boston, Mass., junior, packaging
- Willa Rodencal, of Waukesha, senior, retail merchandising and management
- Domonique Sturrup, of New Providence, Bahamas, senior, food science and technology
- Ryan Thiede, of Lakeville, Minn., sophomore, game design and development-art
- Sarah Webber, of Rice Lake, senior, packaging
Copeland, Larson, Rodencal and Webber are repeat ambassadors from last year, including Rodencal and Webber for their third years.
The ambassadors program is coordinated through the university’s Alumni Association.
To become ambassadors, students had to fill out an application and be interviewed. Criteria for eligibility includes having a grade-point average of at least 3.0; taking at least six class credits; and being available to share their UW-Stout experience with alumni and prospective students. Applicants also must answer three essay questions and provide a resume.