Local student selected to serve as agricultural economics ambassador

By on April 16, 2011

Photo: Ambassadors Alissa Doerr, Creighton, Neb., Ty Schurr, Farnam, Neb., Samantha Krusemark, Pender, Neb., Lance Atwater, Ayr, Neb., and Holly Hartmann, Maple Park, stand proud showing off their school spirit. Courtesy Photo

LINCOLN, Neb.—Holly Hartmann of Maple Park is one of five students who currently serve as ambassadors for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Agricultural Economics. Holly was selected by a panel of department faculty and staff to serve a one-year term. As an ambassador, she represents the department and university at on- and off-campus events and activities for current and prospective students. Ambassadors commit five hours of time in ambassador activities per week and receive a $1,500 ambassador scholarship.

Holly is a junior majoring in Agricultural Economics and is the daughter of Doug and Cathy Hartmann.

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