Undergraduate Research Ambassadors


Ambassadors at one of LAUNCH: UGR's Getting Started in Research Workshops

The Undergraduate Research Ambassadors work to inspire broader engagement in undergraduate research by educating and serving the Texas A&M University community. The program began in 2013 with our inaugural class of 12 Ambassadors. New Ambassadors are chosen each spring.


Ask Us About Undergraduate Research

UGR Ambassadors are here to share advice with fellow undergraduates on how to get started in research. Reach out for help finding research projects, talking to faculty advisors, and making the most of your undergraduate research experience at Texas A&M!

Meet Our Current Ambassadors


What Do Ambassadors Do?

  • Represent LAUNCH at research, recruiting, and outreach events such as:
    • Undergraduate Research Expo
    • Undergraduate Research Scholars Symposium
    • Getting Started in Research workshops
    • Mentoring Undergraduate Researchers workshops
  • Give presentations to students organizations
  • Meet with administrators, faculty, and prospective students

How Do I Become An Ambassador?

  • Submit an application.
  • You may be selected for an interview based on your application
  • Attend the all-day orientation and training session in August
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