Khang-David Lam-LuAdministrative Services Coordinator, School of Art and Art History, The University of Iowa

Academic Degrees

Bachelors of Business Administration in Marketing and Management, 2014
The Henry B. Tippie College of Business, the University of Iowa

Certificates in Entrepreneurial Management, Leadership Studies, and
Critical Cultural Competency, 2014
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the University of Iowa

Professional Experience

  • Administrative Services Coordinator, 2014 – Present

The School of Art and Art History, the University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

  • Associate Team Member, 2013 – Present
    ACT Student Services, ACT Inc., Iowa City, IA
  • Business Communications Tutor, 2012 –2013
    Judith R. Frank Business Communications Center, Iowa City, IA
  • Orientation Leader, 2012
    Orientation Services, the University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
  • Campus Ambassador, 2011 – 2012
    Business Student Ambassador Organization, Iowa City, IA

Professional Recognition and Awards 

  • Dean’s Achievement Award, 2014 
  • University of Iowa Deans List, 2014       
  • University of Iowa Honors Program, 2014   
  • John W. & Mabel G. Schoen Business Scholar, 2014      
  • Robert S. & Dorothy J. Lee Scholar, 2014                                      
  • Colvin/Cox Scholar, 2014                                                                                      
  • TRiO Student Support Services Scholar, 2013                        

Personal Statement

“College is an incredible, transformative, experience — an experience that should be granted to every student willing to commit to the challenges ahead. A student’s journey to and through higher education is fueled by their personal drive and molded by the people around them. As a first generation student, a tutor, campus ambassador, orientation leader and recent graduate, I have seen my students and peers grow into confident individuals and experienced their excitement as they discovered their niche.

For those of us a step ahead, it’s our time to look back and guide the current generation of students in their search, prepare them with resources for success, and empower them to become involved within their new community. A student who receives a low test score may be discouraged; however, with a bit of prep and through the support of family, friends, and advisors, they’ll discover their passion in the subjects they study and grow through extracurricular activities in ways that a piece of paper could never predict.”


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