What or whom was your favorite class or professor? Why?
My favorite course at W&J was by far the advanced lab in social cognition, taught by Dr. Bradshaw. I enjoyed this course because she held her students to a high standard, which really helped me to improve my research skills, as well as my writing and reading of psychological research. I didn’t know I could perform at such an advanced level until this course and will forever be grateful for Dr. Bradshaw.
What spot on campus will you return to when you come to visit in the future?
When I come back to visit, I’ll visit Dieter-Porter and Burnett. As a Psychology major and Spanish minor, these buildings were my home. I would love to come back and see my former professors!
If you are a residential student, where have you lived at W&J and with whom?
I have lived in Beau Hall, Mellon Hall, New Res Hall, and Washington Hall.
What are you most proud of doing while at W&J?
I’m most proud of my leadership experience at W&J. In my time I have been an orientation assistant, LINK mentor, vice president of CAC, and event chair for Active Minds. These experiences have helped me to grow as a person and become a better leader.