Published: Thu Apr 15, 2010
<Amy Miller, TTU's study abroad coordinator, wants to make sure Tennessee Tech students know about the opportunities and benefits of the program.>
"Amy goes out of her way to make the idea of studying abroad appealing to TTU students by organizing study-abroad fairs and similar events," wrote Julia Baker, an assistant professor in Foreign Languages, in her nomination of Miller. "She makes herself available for personal one-on-one assistance.
"She is a true asset to the TTU family and deserves recognition."
Miller has been with the university since January 2008.
Ambassador nomination forms are available from TTU’s Human Resource Services or by visiting www.tntech.edu/hr.