Ambassadors Program

Each year, faculty, staff, and students are selected to serve as Ambassadors to promote innovation and entrepreneurialism as well as OIPC’s mission. Ambassadors have some guidelines but otherwise, have liberty to explore and develop opportunities they’re interested in. Ambassadors also serve as liaisons to various colleges and institutes.


The current liaisons are:

Robert "Trey" Coker
serving UAF's Department of Biology and Wildlife, and Institute of Arctic Biology
 rcoker@alaska.edu


Rajive Ganguli
serving UAF's College of Engineering and Mines, Institute of Northern Engineering, and College of Liberal Arts
 rganguli@alaska.edu


Peter Webley
serving UAF's Geophysical Institute, International Arctic Research Center, and College of Natural Science and Mathematics
 pwwebley@alaska.edu



Eran Hood 
serving all UAS campuses including Juneau, Sitka, and Ketchikan
 ewhood@alaska.edu


Ambassadors serve a one-year term. If you’re interested in being an Ambassador, we’d love to hear from you.

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