Jen Ambrose

UX Writer & Content Designer

“Be careful not to reuse passwords. If a retail site gets hacked and you signed up for it with your banking password, your finances could be at risk. If you can only remember one password – make the one you use to log into a password manager.” – Kevin Butler, Ph.D.

#CyberMonday Security Tips

#CyberMonday Security Tips Overview While working at UF’s College of Engineering, I helped promote the researchers at the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity Research. They provided the highest level of expertise to government, industry and academia in all aspects of cybersecurity and assurance – including hardware, networks, mobile, Big Data, biometrics, Internet of Things (IOT), applied cryptography, nanoscale, social sciences and law. In 2015, I

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Engineering News Stories

UF Engineering News Stories Overview From 2013-2017, I wrote content and copy promoting the College of Engineering at the University of Florida. I covered nine engineering departments: biomedical, chemical, civil. computer and information science, electrical, environmental, industrial and systems, mechanical and aerospace, and nuclear. Most of my work focused on faculty research, student achievements and alumni entrepreneurs. In no particular

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Ethics Podcast Intro

In 2021, I had the pleasure of producing In Word & Deed, a podcast featuring young, world-class ethics bowl champions discussing the nuts and bolts of civil discourse. I worked with students and faculty to organize dozens of micro lessons into six cohesive food-themed discussions. I also wrote the intro. (Fun fact, my husband wrote the music). Visually, I’m a big fan of short sentences. But in the studio they sound clipped. And so, you’re about to see a very long sentence. Please note, it is not a run-on. I would never do that. And if I did, I wouldn’t put it in my portfolio.

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Growth Mindset Messaging

Growth Mindset Messaging Case Study Overview The Learning Commons at Santa Fe College uses research-based methodologies to help improve persistence among students. Funded by a Title III grant supporting low income and vulnerable populations, it’s a physical space, with added virtual services, where any student can get free tutoring and academic coaching. Staff are trained to help students navigate academic

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Anthropomorphizing Career Exploration

A series of 30-second videos featuring animals from the teaching zoo asked, “What’s your work personality?” The campaign landing page drove people to the Career Exploration Center, where advisors offer assessments and guidance.