Get Involved

The ePortfolio Project encourages you to get involved in the variety of experiences we offer. Below are brief descriptions of some of the opportunities we have for students interested in greater involvement in the ePortfolio Project. For faculty looking to get involved with the Project, visit the Cohort page.


Why Cohorts?

This workshop series is for any student seeking help in creating a professional ePortfolio. Students from all majors and years are invited to participate. Prior experience with websites or portfolios is not necessary. Over the course of six workshops, students will revisit work from courses or co-curricular activities and learn how to best share those experiences with a professional audience, such as future employers or graduate schools.

Registration for the fall workshop series is now closed. If you would like us to contact you when the spring workshops become available, please e-mail Heather Stuart at Below are the dates and times for students who have already registered.


ePortfolio Ambassadors are the student voice of the Project. These students offer a unique perspective to the development of the Project. Ambassadors come from a variety of majors and have varying degrees of experience with ePortfolios. They help promote the ePortfolio Project by creating an ePortfolio and helping students and faculty through the process. Ambassadors present information, create resources, and attend events as a representative of the ePortfolio Project. Check out the handout below for more information on what ambassadors do.


The Outstanding ePortfolio Awards celebrate students who create excellent ePortfolios. These students are recognized at a luncheon hosted by Provost Timothy Boosinger. These students exhibit excellent reflection, critical thinking, and visual design in their ePortfolios. To see the 2014 Outstanding ePortfolio Award Winner’s ePortoflio, click the link below. In the spring, faculty or peers can nominate students for this award. Check back in the spring for a nomination form.