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SOURCE Ambassadors


What is a SOURCE ambassador? 

SOURCE ambassadors are students, staff, and faculty that are trained experts in SOURCE. They know what is involved in participating in SOURCE as a presenter, a volunteer, and an attendee. 

What do SOURCE ambassadors do? 

They make themselves available to answer your questions about SOURCE at events like the End-of Quarter poster sessions, in your classroom, and in general. They can talk to students about how to submit abstracts, what to expect when they are presenting, and how to get the most out of SOURCE, as a presenter or an attendee.

Can I have a SOURCE ambassador come to my class? 

Yes! Contact Jamie Gilbert by phone (509) 963-2645 or email ( to coordinate a visit to your class.

How do I become a SOURCE ambassador? 

Contact Jamie Gilbert by phone (509) 963-2645 or email ( to find out more about becoming an ambassador.

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