I’m a Religion major.
Role(s) held in the Humanistic Studies Program:
Humanities Mentor, Behrman Society
Experiences that you can advise students on:
Pre-med track, Dale Summer Scholarship
Activities on campus:
Peer Academic Adviser, Best Buddies, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu sport club, Outdoor Action Leader
Why I decided to study the humanities:
It was an opportunity at Princeton that I could not miss, and one of the best decisions I have made. Religion, in particular, has been a major that has allowed me to explore my interests in an extremely interdisciplinary way.
What I have gained from the humanities:
In my focus on medicine, illness, and disability, the humanities has provided me with a more nuanced way of approaching difficult situations that so many people experience in their daily lives.
My independent work has involved family experience in pediatric hospitals and with child illness or disability, as influenced by religious or spiritual beliefs and communities.
HUM Sequence fall break trip:
I went to Rome in the fall of 2019. My project investigated the history of medicine through Tiber Island’s temple to Aeschylus and modern-day hospital.