Graduation Year: Freshman (2016)
Major(s): Pre-Veterinary Medicine and Animal Biosciences
Minors(s): Biology and Psycology
Hometown: Milton, Delaware
Campus Involvement: I am involved in Ag Ambassadors, Animal Science Club, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, National Society of Leadership and Success, Club Bowling team, and Honors College. I volunteer at Steve Cooks local farm, Ag Day, and other community events.
What do you like about the UD College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR)?
I love how close knit the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources feels. Even after just one year in the college I feel like I know several professors and upperclassmen that I could go to for help, recommendations, or just to talk. I like that the College members are always so enthusiastic and supportive. I also love the farm facilities that the college provides for students.
What is your most memorable CANR or UD experience?
My most memorable CANR experience has been Ag Day in the spring. I was able to interact with community members and learn not only misconceptions that the public has about agriculture but enjoy a beautiful day on the CANR campus. I loved teaching people about allergies with my Food for Thought class and also helping children pet baby chicks with the Animal Science Club.
I loved teaching people about allergies with my Food for Thought class.
What are your career goals?
I hope to either continue on to Vet School and become a small animal veterinarian, or go to Grad School for animal behavior and training in hopes of working with marine animals in aquariums or SeaWorld.
What is an interesting or unusual fact about you?
I am obsessed with Disney. My favorite vacation destination is Disney; I have been to Disney World over 20 times and I love Disney movies.
What is your favorite book, movie, or song?
My favorite song at the moment is Justin Timberlake’s Suit and Tie.