Major: Biology (Cellular and Molecular Concentration) Minors: Chemistry, Psychology, and Theater Performance, Junior
About me: When I am not working or studying in the library, there are a variety of things I like to do in my free time. I am passionate about art, including acting, singing, painting, drawing, crocheting, and anything else I can get my hands on to create! Another passion of mine is going on mission trips, I have gone on 9 so far. I also enjoy ice skating, biking, spending time with family, and traveling. When I graduate from UWL, I will pursue a graduate degree in genetic counseling and possibly a PhD in human genetics. My career goal is to work as a genetic counselor at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
Study Tip: Study in groups. First of all, making plans and knowing others are depending on you will give you motivation to go study, and working with friends canmake studying more pleasant. Studies have found the best number for group studying is three people. One benefit of studying with others is that the best way tolearn is by teaching material to others, and you will also have the opportunity to learn from others in the areas you are struggling. Finally, with more people, you can quiz each other, and there is less of a chance of forgetting to study anything important.