Friday, October 4th
Tiger Beach- Richardson Towers
Mudball is an annual volleyball and tug of war tournament played in 6 inches of mud.
Click here to download an application to register your team of 6. The team fee is $120, which includes a t-shirt for each team member and lunch (1
large pizza per team, drinks, dessert). A portion of the proceeds benefit the J. Wayne
Johnson Memorial Scholarship.
Is your business or organization interested in sponsoring Mudball? Click here to learn more!
For more information, contact Vice President of Programming Sarah Noor at email@example.com.
Student Ambassador Board
The Student Ambassador Board is an exclusive group of highly motivated and dedicated
students that help host Alumni Association and President Raines' events. It is the
liaison between the administration, alumni, current student body, prospective students
and the Memphis community. The Student Ambassador Board also sponsors Mudball each
fall, which helps fund our scholarship, the J. Wayne Johnson Scholarship, which is
awarded each spring to outstanding seniors. Members meet monthly host each of the
University's Commencement ceremonies.
President: Sheridan Sinclair
Exec VP: Gabriel Okpah
VP of Communications: Francesca Biggam
VP of Programming: Sarah Noor
Russell Copeland, Jr.
For more information about the Student Ambassador Board, contact the Alumni Association
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 901/678-2586.
J. Wayne Johnson Scholarship
The deadline for applications for the 2013-2014 J. Wayne Johnson Scholarship has passed.
Check back for in Spring 2014 for the next application process.
Full-time undergraduate students who are classified as juniors or seniors, OR graduating
seniors who are attending graduate school at U of M with a 2.75 overall GPA are eligible.
The number of deserving and qualified applicants will determine the amount. To be
nominated, a student must receive an endorsement by one of the chartered campus organizations
president or advisor.
View SAB pictures in the Alumni Association's Photo Gallery
Student Ambassadors with
University President Dr. Shirley Raines