||Ever since I could remember, I have always had a passion for medicine. My career goals include attending medical school and becoming a physician. I have decided to pursue a gap year after graduation and either get a master's degree or work/do research in a healthcare-related field. A passion of mine is learning about and educating others on topics surrounding race and ethnicity, and I would love to expand and incorporate my research and experience into my future profession.
|I chose to become a peer mentor because...
||I wanted to become a peer mentor because I wanted to have the opportunity to connect with students and leave a long-lasting impact on their lives as they begin a new and exciting stage of life. I also wanted to have the opportunity to teach students, but also grow as an individual by learning from them, the other peer mentors, and the staff of the biology department.
||Research in Dr. Stegemoller's lab, National Student Exchange, the NCORE-ISCORE Project, the George Washington Carver Academy, Cardinal Key Honors Society, Alpha Sigma Kappa - Women in Technical Studies, volunteering through Youth and Shelter Services and Mary Greeley Medical Center, Sudhalaya School of Dance
|Students can ask me about...
||research, National Student Exchange, summer enrichment programs, and volunteering opportunities on and off campus, opportunities for multicultural students