Knovel’s Student Ambassador Program launched this fall to help grow student engineering communities on campus! Our first ambassador event kicked off September 12 at Vanderbilt — check out the highlights!
On September 12th, Knovel’s Student Ambassador Anna Arango partnered with engineering librarian Tracy Primich to promote Knovel at a Vanderbilt Training Event that took place in the Science & Engineering Library.
Academic Relations Manager Danny Overstreet explains Knovel to Engineering students at Vanderbilt.
This was a new type of event for Vanderbilt and Knovel was glad to be part of it. “This was the first time that we tried anything quite like this, so I learned quite a lot,“ Tracy remarked.
Anna and Tracy promoted Knovel through posters, emails, and word of mouth to colleagues and peers. During the event, they took the time to explain to students and faculty about Knovel’s use in the engineering curriculum, design projects, and homework assignments. They also helped promote the Knovel University Challenge, which began on September 10th. With refreshments, giveaways, and prizes the event location became a high-traffic area.
While we are in the pilot year of this program, the Knovel Ambassador Program will provide opportunities to network, host and attend exclusive events, gain insight from experts in their fields, and more! Please be on the lookout for more updates as the Knovel Student Ambassadors from Vanderbilt, MIT, Berkeley, Drexel and METU continue promoting Knovel on campus!Knovel at Vanderbilt: Our First Student Ambassador Event!,