Student Ambassador Program
The School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering Volunteer Student Ambassador Program was established in 2014 as an opportunity for student volunteers to assist advising by interacting with new, continuing and prospective students at ASU.
Each semester the advising team is responsible for organizing, hosting and participating in events focused on recruiting and retaining quality students in electrical engineering. As part of this effort, we believe it is important for new, continuing and prospective students to hear about the ASU experience from their fellow students! Our student ambassadors join us in meeting these students to provide a peer-to-peer conversation about what it means to attend a major university and encourage studying at ASU.
The program provides our student ambassadors an opportunity to get involved in activities outside of the usual classroom setting and achieve the recognition that comes with community service. It also creates a vehicle for newly enrolled students to interact with existing and successful students in a friendly, casual environment.
Sound interesting? We encourage you to apply and join your peers in this exciting opportunity!
Lauren de Luna, Academic Success Advisor Sr.
Volunteer now and enrich your ASU experience!
Contact the Student Ambassador Program organizer, Lauren de Luna.
To be eligible, you must have attended at least two semesters at ASU and be in good academic standing.
(Please note this is not affiliated with the Fulton Ambassadors program. This program is specific to electrical engineering.)
Meet your student ambassadors
Suzu Abe started her electrical engineering education at Arizona State University in the Fall 2022 semester. Born in Japan, she lived there for seven years before moving to Austin, Texas, where she lived for 10 years. Read more
Jayashree Adivarahan came to ASU in Fall 2021. Computer science algorithms and circuit analysis intrigued her in high school and increased her passion for fields like semiconductor technology, artificial intelligence and machine learning. Read more
Nabiha Alam is an electrical engineering student at Arizona State University who started her program in the fall of 2022. She selected electrical engineering as her major because of her knowledge of physics from high school and her desire to learn more about circuit design and wiring. Read more
As an international student, Ahmed Aljohani had the chance to attend several institutions in different locations before moving to the desert and transferring to ASU in the fall of 2020. Read more
Samantha Janssen started her studies at Arizona State University during the Fall 2021 semester. She knew when coming into ASU that she wanted to pursue a degree in electrical engineering due to her passion for electronics and her excitement for learning and problem solving. Read more
Joshua Kim started his freshman year at Arizona State University in the fall of 2020. Fresh off of a mission trip to the Philippines and full of excitement for his brand new adventure at ASU, he could not have anticipated the curveball life was about to throw at him. Read more
Ayomide Laguda is an electrical engineering undergraduate student. He was born in Maryland but grew up in Nigeria, the birthplace of his parents. The family lived in a small, quiet neighborhood in an even smaller house. Read more
Amber Lee entered ASU as a student-athlete; however, after her first few months at ASU, she chose to give up athletics to dedicate more time to her studies. She chose electrical engineering because of her interest in math and computer science, which comprises much of the degree’s coursework. Read more
DJ Lopez began his journey at ASU in the Fall 2022 semester. He always knew that he wanted to major in a STEM subject because of how much he enjoyed his math and science classes in high school. Read more
Tyler Marquez began his education at Arizona State University in the fall of 2020. He graduated from Marcos De Niza High School, located near ASU’s Tempe campus. Throughout his time growing up, Tyler knew that ASU was his future college for any career path he chose. Read more
Gustavo Mora Gamez
Gustavo Mora Gamez started his time as a student at Arizona State University in the Fall 2023 semester to pursue a degree in electrical engineering. His passion for pursuing such a degree began years before applying to ASU when he led a robotics club in middle school. In this club, he had a lot of fun coding and constructing a robot. Read more
Nick Moy started his studies in electrical engineering at Arizona State University during the Fall 2022 semester. Throughout high school, Nick knew that ASU was one of his top choices, not only because Arizona is a warm state, but also because ASU has many opportunities and experiences that students can take advantage of. Read more
Hailing from the Midwest, Toller Phipps came to Arizona State University as an out-of-state student eager to take advantage of the myriad of opportunities provided by living and studying at the university. Toller is part of engineering clubs and an executive for ASU’s chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society. Read more
Christian Polo started his academic journey at ASU with an eager spirit for campus involvement. In high school, he did not participate in many organizations or clubs, but as an out-of-state student from California, Christian wanted to find communities within ASU. Read more
Hithesh Rai Purushothama
Hithesh Rai Purushothama is a motivated and ambitious student with a passion for semiconductors, robotics and materials science. He is a dedicated undergraduate student researcher in the Rolston Lab, where he works on the scalability of perovskite solar cell devices. Read more
Aryan Shetty joined the Arizona State University mechanical engineering program as an international student in the Fall 2020 semester. However, he quickly realized after his first circuits class that his true passion lies in electrical engineering. Read more
Greg Swerdan joined Arizona State University as a student in the Spring 2020 semester. His interest in studying wireless technologies made the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering a natural choice. Read more