- Major: Chemical Engineering (Biotechnology track) and Psychology, Biological Sciences minor
- Clubs & Organizations: I am in the AICHE organization
- Hobbies: Reading, Baking, Video Games, and Shoes
- How can you serve as a resource to fellow students? As a dual major, Chemical Engineering major and Psychology, I have a lot of experience with the science and engineering departments, as well as the Psychology department. I also understand the struggle of balancing your work/life schedule in order to be prepared for school but also still have time to socialize. I hope to use my experiences to help others have an easier time with theirs.
- Major: Business Technology Administration and Economics
- Clubs & Organizations:Chinese Student Association & Bonsai Club
- Hobbies: Watching movies/dramas, field hockey, traveling, building Legos
- How can you serve as a resource to fellow students? I can help students figure out and manage their academic plans, and provide advice based on my experience on a a fast track to graduate early and with my double major.
- Major: History
- Clubs & Organizations: Phi Mu, History Student Advisory Board, History Student Council
- Hobbies: Painting, taking care of my lizard, embroidery
- How can you serve as a resource to fellow students? As someone who is very involved on campus, I could help other students get involved! I also can help get people organized (and learn to love Google calendar)!
- Major: Music Performance (flute), Social Work
- Clubs & Organizations: Linehan Scholar, President of Council of Music Majors.
- Hobbies: Reading, learning about true crime, Playing flute and piano, listening to music, advocating for youth with special health care needs, makeup, astrology
- How can you serve as a resource to fellow students?:
I can help students learn how to manage their classes and hobbies.
- Major: Psychology
- Clubs & Organizations: I am a research assistant in the Culture, Child, and Adolescent Development Lab here at UMBC
- Hobbies: Reading
- How can you serve as a resource to fellow students? I am here to help and offer guidance as someone who has experienced many of the same questions and struggles that the students who come to the office for academic advice have. So, I am here to listen to your questions from a place of understanding, because I have been in those shoes myself.
- Major: Biological Sciences, Chemistry minor
- Clubs & Organizations: I belong to the Association of Black Artists and UMBC’s UNICEF club
- Hobbies: Doing makeup, watching YouTube and reading historical fiction. I also really enjoy scenery and taking pictures!
- How can you serve as a resource to fellow students? I do my best to be up to date on the FAQ’s students may have. I keep an upbeat attitude at work, and am just super grateful to be in a position to offer assistance to other students.
- Major: Social Work major and Practical Policy and Politics minor
- Clubs & Organizations: Honors College and Social Work Student Association
- Hobbies: Ultimate Frisbee, poetry, and volunteering
- How can you serve as a resource to fellow students? I can help students by showing them the tips and tricks of managing college by getting involved on campus, learning about how to get ahead in classes and advising, and more. I started as a freshman at UMBC and have had a relatively enthusiastic experience thus far, so I hope I can help students get ahead in their academics and not make any mistakes I have made. While my major is less popular at UMBC, I can offer a unique perspective for CAHSS majors in regard to advising.
- Major: Computer Engineering
- Clubs & Organizations: Filmmakers Anonymous, IEEE
- Hobbies: Watching movies, writing, and listening to music
- How can you serve as a resource to fellow students? I am knowledgeable in the computer engineering department and can answer questions about registration and the Meyerhoff Scholars program.