Interested in getting involved on campus or in your global community? Don’t know where to start?  Meet with your Student Engagement Global Ambassador (SEGA)! 

sega students

Look for the SEGA sign and blue SEGA shirt!

SEGAs are current MSU students that are involved in activities on campus, in the local community, and in the global community. SEGA's will share with you their experiences, the importance of being an involved student, and most importantly will help you develop an individual engagement portfolio that aligns with your personal and professional goals!  

SEGA's are available to meet with you every day of the week. They have assigned office hours and locations. If you would like to meet with a SEGA during their office hours, simply meet them at their specified location. If you want to schedule an appointment, that is fine too!

 

Click here to learn more information about the SEGA Program and apply!

Meet the current SEGAs 

Monday

kaitlyn

Kaitlyn

Mondays 11am-1pm

SUB 222

Hometown: Frenchtown, Montana

Major: Business Marketing

Studied Abroad: Chester, England

Engagement: Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women  

mackenzie r

Mackenzie R

Mondays 11am-12:30pm and 1pm-2:30pm

SUB 175

Hometown: Bozeman, MT

Studied Abroad: Puerto Rico

Engagement: Involved with Chi Alpha Kappa for almost 3 years

grace

Grace

Mondays 2pm-4pm

SUB 175

Hometown: Denver, Colorado

Major: Spanish Education and Hispanic Studies

Studied abroad: Antofagasta, Chile

Engagement: Chi Omega, intramural, barista at City Brew

Abby

Abby

Mondays 2pm-4pm

SUB 175

Hometown: Belgrade, Montana

 

Major: Business Accounting and Hispanic Studies

 

Studied abroad: Buenos Aires, Argentina Spring Semester 2019 ISEP Exchange 

 

Engagement: Student Engagement Global Ambassador, Barista at Brewed Awakening and Norms 

 
chelsea

Chelsea

Mondays 3pm-4pm SUB 222

4pm-5pm SUB 175

Hometown: Bozeman, MT

Major: Cell Biology and Neuroscience/French and Francophone Studies with a minor in Global Health

Studied abroad: Morocco 

Engagement: I am one of the founders and the president of the student organization Montana-Morocco United.  Our organization is focused on teaching students about the culture of Morocco as well as discussing health implications and service-learning opportunities in the country.  I also am a member of the Brain Trust, a student organization that focuses on neuroscience.  I have TA'd in the Chemistry Department and SA'd for BioB260 and Biomedical Genetics.  Outside of SEGA, I also work as a Global Ambassador for International Studies Abroad (ISA).

 

Tuesday

Gretchen

Gretchen

Tuesdays 8am-10am

SUB 175

Hometown: Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin 
Major: Chemical Engineering
Grade: Junior
Study Abroad Experience: ISEP in Dortmund, Germany (Spring 2019)
Other Involvement: Research Assistant in the Center for Biofilm Engineering  
verena

Verena

Tuesdays 9am-11am

SUB 222

Hometown: Bozeman, MT

Major: Microbiology and Biochemistry

Studied Abroad: Germany

Engagement: Health Professions Club, Undergraduate Chemistry Society, Student Health Advisory Committee

mackenzie spence

Mackenzie S

Tuesdays 9am-10am SUB 175

2pm-3pm SUB 222

Hometown: Alberton, Montana

Major: Criminology and Pre-Dental Hygiene

Studied abroad: Dortmund, Germany for 5 months in the spring and summer of 2019

Engagement: University Tees Campus Manager, Camp Kesem, Montana HOBY

 
callie k

Callie

Tuesdays 10am-12pm

SUB 175

Temecula, California

Business Major

During the Fall 2018 semester, I studied on a small German cruise ship with 500 other college students from all over the world. We traveled to 11 countries together with a program called Semester at Sea. This global comparison study abroad model provided me valuable perspective on just how similar we all are. Despite exposing me to how beautifully diverse cultures are all over the world, SAS showed me that we are a lot more alike than different. I experienced deep connections with people whose only commonalities to me was their humanity. I hope in my role as a SEGA, I can share some of this insight and inspire other MSU students to seek connection with the unknown and unfamiliar    

I am active in the Honors College. I am a member of ENACTUS/International Business Club. I currently serve on the Bozeman Schools Foundation non-profit board through an MSU Leadership Institute program called Boardroom Bobcats. I also own and operate my own K-12 tutoring business called Big Sky Tutoring. 

beth

Beth

Tuesdays 2pm-3pm

SUB 222

Hometown: Kalispell, Montana

Major: Cell Biology and Neuroscience

Minor: Astrobiology and Honors College

Studied abroad: Morocco, Summer 2019

Engagement: Vice President of Montana-Morocco United Club, Intermural Volleyball, SEGA (Student Engagement Global Ambassador)

 

Wednesday

Julian

Wednesdays 8am-10am

SUB 222

Hometown: Kalispell, MT

Major: history SETS (science, environment, technology, and society)

Studied abroad: Copenhagen, Denmark

Engagement: alpha omicron pi, student research, CAP mentoring, Voice Center, Service Saturday, Alpha Lambda Delta, Order of Omega

berette

Berette

Wednesdays 9am-11am

SUB 175

Hometown: Excelsior, MN

Major: Psychology

Studied Abroad: Ifrane, Morocco

Engagement: Research Assistant for the Child and Adolescent Anxiety Lab of Montana, Member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, Former President and Founder of Growth International Volunteer Excursions Student Group at MSU, Mentor at Big Sky Youth Empowerment

Thursday

soumilee

Soumilee

Thursdays 1pm-3pm

SUB 175

Hometown:Kolkata, India

Majors:Cell Biology and Neuroscience; Biochemistry 

Engagement: Research Assistant, Honors college student fellow, Academic peer partner for LIFE scholars, O-STEM, International Student Fellowship,Montana Racial Equity Project.

kelly

Kelly

Thursdays 3pm-5pm

SUB 175

Hometown: Lakewood, Colorado

Majors: Anthropology and German

Studied abroad: Martin-Luther-Universität, Halle (Saale), Germany for the 2019 Spring Semester

Engagement: This semester marks my third time as a Teaching Assistant for Anthropology 101 as well as my first experience as a Research Assistant. I also enjoy participating in Service Saturdays as well as the campus German Club. I look forward to helping my peers find their place in the world (literally) as a SEGA!

 

Friday

stephanie

Stephanie

Fridays 9am-11am

SUB 175

Hometown: Laramie Wy

Major: Microbiology Pre-med 

Studied abroad: Perth Western Australia 

Engagement: Study abroad, Advocat 

beth

Beth

Fridays 11am-12pm

SUB 175

Hometown: Kalispell, Montana

Major: Cell Biology and Neuroscience

Minor: Astrobiology and Honors College

Studied abroad: Morocco, Summer 2019

Engagement: Vice President of Montana-Morocco United Club, Intermural Volleyball, SEGA (Student Engagement Global Ambassador) 

 

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