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Saint Mary’s student becomes Google Ambassador

Kelly Rice | Friday, September 13, 2013

 

 

Saint Mary’s junior Anna Ulliman will bring new technological gadgets to campus by serving as a Google Student Ambassador (GSA) this academic year.

Ulliman said the GSA program enables Google to partner with academic institutions to promote the use of technology at the grassroots level. “I applied for the position as Google Student Ambassador in June of this past summer,” she said. “Soon after, my application was reviewed, and I found out I was going to have the amazing opportunity to serve as a Google Student Ambassador at Saint Mary’s.”

Ulliman said her role as a SGSA is to help students and faculty discover how Google tools can improve collaboration and increase performance. 

“As a Google Student Ambassador, it is my responsibility to make Saint Mary’s a more connected campus through the use of Google,” she said. “I’m working with the college’s administrators, clubs and organizations, professors and students to do just that.”

Last month, Ulliman ventured to the West Coast to attend a summit hosted by Google. She worked with members of the Google teamwand learned how to take on her new role as aAGSAyas effectively as possible.

“In August, I attended the GSA Summit in Mountain View, Califa, during which I collaborated with other GSAs and Googlers to start generating ideas about how to fulfill my position as GSA this year,” Ulliman said Ulliman said Saint Mary’s is an excellent place to implement technological changes and adjustments because it constantly trieg to improve for the students and faculty.

“My biggest goal is to make Saint Mary’s an even better community with the help of Google,” Ulliman said.  Some specifics that will help me achieve that goal include fun campus events, technical info sessions, working with clubs to increase the efficiency of their organizations and collaborating with administrators.

Contact Kelly Rice at
 krice02@saintmarys.edu

Saint Mary’s junior Anna Ulliman will bring new technological gadgets to campus by serving as a Google Student Ambassador (GSA) this academic year.

Ulliman said the GSA program enables Google to partner with academic institutions to promote the use of technology at the grassroots level. “I applied for the position as Google Student Ambassador in June of this past summer,” she said. “Soon after, my application was reviewed, and I found out I was going to have the amazing opportunity to serve as a Google Student Ambassador at Saint Mary’s.”

Ulliman said her role as a SGSA is to help students and faculty discover how Google tools can improve collaboration and increase performance. 

“As a Google Student Ambassador, it is my responsibility to make Saint Mary’s a more connected campus through the use of Google,” she said. “I’m working with the college’s administrators, clubs and organizations, professors and students to do just that.”

Last month, Ulliman ventured to the West Coast to attend a summit hosted by Google. She worked with members of the Google teamwand learned how to take on her new role as aAGSAyas effectively as possible.

“In August, I attended the GSA Summit in Mountain View, Califa, during which I collaborated with other GSAs and Googlers to start generating ideas about how to fulfill my position as GSA this year,” Ulliman said Ulliman said Saint Mary’s is an excellent place to implement technological changes and adjustments because it constantly trieg to improve for the students and faculty.

“My biggest goal is to make Saint Mary’s an even better community with the help of Google,” Ulliman said.  Some specifics that will help me achieve that goal include fun campus events, technical info sessions, working with clubs to increase the efficiency of their organizations and collaborating with administrators.

Contact Kelly Rice at
 krice02@saintmarys.edu