Teaching Assistant to Human Anatomy Lab Supervisor

My sophomore year of college I completed the undergraduate anatomy course. I had received an A and was interested in becoming a TA because I thought that it would look good on a resume. I applied and received the position. Throughout my junior year I served as a volunteer TA. I was assigned to 1... Continue Reading →

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LAS comes full circle

Back in 2014 graduation seemed like it was a lifetime away. Fast forward four years and here I am, about to graduate from CMU in 24 days. WOW, am I excited. Anyways, rewind four years and at about this time I was completing my LAS application and waiting to here if I had been chosen... Continue Reading →

Project UNIFY

Normally I try to come up with some creative blog title, but in this case I decided to be direct Project Unify is an outstanding program and I want to get its name out there! If you haven't worked with Special Olympics AT LEAST ONCE, you're missing out.  I'm a junior in college and for... Continue Reading →

“It’s a requirement”

As a college student, I hear professors and advisors often say "It's a r-e-q-u-i-r-e-m-e-n-t. You must do it." Sometimes these requuiemtns are things that I dread. For  example, having to take Organic Chemistry and Physics next semester. But hey, orgo can't be as bad as it's portrayed in the movies right?  One of the main  reasons... Continue Reading →

Project Unify: I AM ABLE

As part of being a Leader Advancement Scholar, I am required to partake in  community service. Despite the fact that it's required, I enjoy staying involved in my community. One of my favorite experiences has been volunteering at Special Olympics. Special Olympics is an organization I learned to love during the past two years at... Continue Reading →

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