College: Health and Human Performance
Major: Double major in Public Health Studies & Religious Studies
Hometown: Havelock, North Carolina
Hobbies/ Interests: Spending time with friends, running, & watching movies
Clubs & Organizations: President of American Medical Student Organization (4 years), Golden Key Honor Society member, Honors College, EC Scholar
Role model: Eleanor Roosevelt
Favorite place on campus: Flanagan Courtyard
Favorite food: Pierogis
Favorite musical artist: Lana Del Ray
I began as a Biomedical Engineer Major. After taking a semester’s worth of classes I realized that it didn’t exactly fit what I wanted to do. I ended up changing my major to Public Health and Religious Studies and stuck with it!
I picked ECU because they offered me the EC Scholar Award. ECU is also an extremely supportive campus. The advisors and professors are helpful and caring.
After graduation I plan to attend Air Force Officer Training throughout the summer and then attend medical school. I would also like to travel.
One day I hope to become a Functional Internal Medical Physician.
My favorite aspect of my major is how applicable all my classes are to my future profession. Within my major we learn about preventing and treating disease; preventing disease is equally important, if not more important, than treating it.
Keep an open mind and begin liking group work. Almost every class you will take requires some type of group work.