What makes you proud to be a Razorback?
The great traditions and community at the U of A make it easy to be proud of being a Razorback. Everyone on campus and across the state shares a love for this University, and it makes it an easy place to call home.
What is your favorite campus activity? Why?
It’s hard to beat Razorback football games. When the weather is nice, fans are tailgating, and everyone is calling the Hogs, there’s nothing like it. I also love interacting with students through ASG- I’ve learned as much doing that as I have in the classroom.
Who at the U of A has been particularly influential in your personal or professional development? Why did you select this person?
It’s hard to pick just one, but one person who has been influential is Dr. Robert Stapp. As one of my economics professors, Dr. Stapp has always taught with such enthusiasm while also developing relationships with students. Seeing someone who truly loves what they do is contagious!
What do you hope to do after graduation?
After graduation, I will be headed to New York City to work at an adtech company called AppNexus on their Global Business Operations team. At some point, I would love to obtain a graduate degree, maybe after a few years of experience.
What advice would you give to a new student at the University of Arkansas?
Get involved! The U of A is a place full of so many opportunities and it is important to take advantage of that. Joining organizations has provided me with so many experiences, friends, and skills.
How do you think your time at the University of Arkansas will influence your future?
My time at the U of A will significantly influence my future. The University of Arkansas shaped me so much personally, spiritually, and professionally, and for that I am incredibly appreciative.
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