President of Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, Treasurer of Ursinus Nerf Club, and Member of the Ursinus Fencing Association, UrCinema, Vinyl Club, Japan Club, Cub and Key Society, and Magic the Gathering Club.
Besides all of my clubs, courses and extracurricular I enjoy board games, juggling, listening to records, video games, and photography. After I graduate I hope to become a curator to display artwork and historical antiquities in order to educate the public of the wonders history has to offer.
During my semester doing Philly X I interned at the National Museum of American Jewish History in the development department. I also participated in summer fellows working on a digital humanities project on Ursinus’ Early Coeducational History.
How I Stay Involved
Just take every opportunity possible and challenge yourself to take a course that may be difficult or out of your comfort level.
The history department has been an extremely wonderful experience and has given me so many wonderful opportunities. From taking a 300 level history course my freshman year, presenting my research at Medieval Conference, working with Dr. Throop over the summer with her book, joining the history honor society my sophomore year, becoming treasurer for my junior year and then rising to President my senior year, and finally helping facilitate the history help room and history skills workshops. I have had the wonderful opportunity with every professor in the department learning histories from around the world.