Fogler Library Student Ambassadors

Fogler Library Student Ambassadors serve as advocates for Fogler Library and act as a voice for students to improve library services and resources. Ambassadors collaborate with library staff on a variety of projects while serving as library representatives in the UMaine community. Because Ambassadors hold advanced knowledge of library services and resources, they’re an excellent point of contact for students who want to learn more about Fogler Library.

This Ambassador program is open to all University of Maine undergraduate students, with applications for new Ambassadors accepted each fall. 

If you have any questions about the Student Ambassador Program, or if you’re interested in collaborating with our Ambassadors, please contact Brad Beauregard at brad.beauregard@maine.edu.

Current Ambassadors

Miranda SnyderMiranda Snyder (she/her)

Secondary Education major with a concentration in English

Campus Involvement

 I am a current Senior in the Honors College executing an undergraduate Honors Thesis on how alumnae of feminist organizations in middle-high school perceive their involvement to be related to their academic self-concept under Dr. Susan K Gardner. I am the current President of All Maine Women (To the Trees!) and am executing research on multicultural teacher education programs under Dr. Rebeccah Buchanan.

What should everyone know about Fogler?

My favorite thing about Fogler is the horde of Shakespeare scholarship on the second-floor shelves and the smell of the Oakes Room coffee brewing in the morning.


Antyna Gould

Fourth-year anthropology major with a minor in history

Favorite Book

My favorite book is Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, but I adore anything by Edgar Allan Poe.

Campus Involvement

My other campus involvement include being the Photo Editor for The Maine Campus. I’m also involved with the Photography Club, Creative Media & Videography Club, & the Hammock Club. Finally, I’m a book binder at Fogler as well as an ambassador.

What should everyone know about Fogler?

Everyone should know that the resources of Fogler aren’t limited to this building. Through the inter library loan program you have all the worlds libraries at your disposal essentially!


Haid Tanous

Third-year Major in Economics and a Minor in Studio Art

Favorite Author

My favorite author is Neil Gaiman and my favorite book is The Ocean at the End of the Lane.

What’s your favorite subject to learn about outside of your major?

In my free time, I love to learn about ballet and Old Norse poetry. I am a member of the figure skating club and the Japanese club.

What should everyone know about Fogler?

There is always more than one way to get to where you want to be in the library.


Ellie Hooper

Second-year Biology and Pre-Med major

Favorite Book

My favorite book is Winger by Andrew Smith.

What’s your favorite subject to learn about outside of your major?

My favorite subject outside of my major is WGS (women, gender, and sexuality studies) which is what I chose for my minor.

What should everyone know about Fogler?

I think everyone should know about the bunk desks on the third floor.


Annie Stevens

Second-year double majoring in Media Studies and English

Favorite Author

My favorite author is Sally Rooney.

What’s your favorite subject to learn about outside of your major?

I enjoy learning about how we can live more sustainably to better support our planet! 

What should everyone know about Fogler?

Everyone should know just how big Fogler is! There are so many areas to explore that it may take a few tries to find your favorite study spot.


Molly Glueck

First-year English major with an interest in Analytical Writing

Favorite Author

Charlotte Perkins Gilman who wrote the short story, “The Yellow Wallpaper”

What’s your favorite subject to learn about outside of your major?

My favorite subjects to study outside of my major are politics and theater. 

What should everyone know about Fogler?

Don’t be afraid to reach out and ask for what you need. Even if you think your question is silly. There are so many helpful resources in the library that can assist you, and the people are super friendly! Also, there is a book in Fogler that is just titled, Jeans (yes, like the pants) in the costuming section. It seems funny, but it’s also pretty interesting.