Certificates: Neuroscience; Global Health & Health Policy
Favorite Courses: EEB 327 Immune Systems: From Molecules to Populations; CHV 331 Ethics and Public Health; HIS 396 History of Biology; MOL 451 Genes, the Brain, and the Human Mind; PSY 252 Social Psychology; PSY 254 Developmental Psychology; PSY 319 Child Psychopathology
Hey guys! I’m a senior originally from Northern California. I’m studying Psychology and pursuing certificates in Neuroscience and Global Health & Health Policy. Although my plans are anything but final, I hope to enter a mental health-related profession (possibly psychiatry). At the moment, my primary academic interests are drug addiction, neuropsychiatric conditions, and mental health, although I also enjoy exploring course and subjects completely unrelated to my major. My senior thesis will concern stigma, perceptions of blame, and drug addiction.
On campus, I’m an officer for Orange Key (our student tour guide service), a SHARE Peer Advisor, a Fellow at the Writing Center, and an editor of the Princeton Public Health Review. Each fall, I lead a freshman backpacking trip for Outdoor Action, and I’ve also been involved in the leadership of the International Relations Council and its annual high school conference, PMUNC. In my spare time, I like to run, read (I’m a huge fan of dystopias and science fiction), write, play video games, and hang out with my friends.
Best way to reach me: Shoot me an email at email@example.com, and we can talk, hang out, get a meal, catch a show, go on a run--whatever works for you!