The University Graduate School, in partnership with the Graduate and Professional Student Organization, established the Emissary for Graduate Student Diversity program in 2007-08. The goal of the Emissaries for Graduate Student Diversity program is to connect trained IUB graduate students to assist in the various stages of the graduate application and admission process. Each cohort of emissaries provide information and referrals on campus resources; in addition to building community and networking with prospective graduate students.
Current graduate students serve as Emissaries for Graduate Student Diversity by sharing their experiences at Indiana University. Emissaries blog about life in Bloomington and are available to answer prospective students’ questions personally via e-mail.
Watch this short video made by our Emissaries!
Viridiana Benitez ,Psychological & Brain Sciences; Antonio Estudillo, Learning Sciences; Kuang He , Biochemistry; Ahmed Khanani , Political Science; Jose Lugo Martinez , Informatics; Claire Quimby , Anthropology; J.T. Snipes, Higher Education and Student Affairs; Adrienne Thompson, Higher Education and Student Affairs; Jessica Tooker, English; Amy Trauth-Nare, Curriculum and Instruction; Jennifer Turrentine, Criminal Justice
Ishani Banerji, Tomika Ferguson, Lewis Jones, Sekou Kante, Adrian Land, Dani Marinova, Omar Martinez, Jose Lugo Martinez, Brian L. McGowan, Michael T. Ndemanu, Gillian Richards-Greaves, Heather Roberts
Carlos Gonzalez; Lewis Jones; Adrian Land; Dani Marinova; Micheal Ndemanu; Fileve Palmer; Carlos Zednik; Desiree Zerquera;
Valery Benton, Biochemistry; Nikole Miller, Linguistics; Cassie Quigley, Science Education; Karen Ross, Education Leadership and Policy Studies; Mahauganee D. Shaw, Education Leadership and Policy Studies; Carlos Zednik,Cognitive Science Program;
Valery Benton, Biochemistry; Lanaya Lynn Ethington, Counseling Psychology; Ebelia Hernandez, Ed Policy/Leadership (HESA); Nikole Miller, Linguistics; Myles Polsgrove, Learning Sciences; Gillian Richards-Greaves, Anthropology and Ethnomusicology; CarlosZednick, Cognitive Science Program; Rose Wilkerson, Linguistics