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In Honors since: 2021

Hometown: Kenmore, WA

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

About me: Hi everyone! My name is Gloria and I am a current second-year at UW pursuing a major in neuroscience. What drew me to UW, neuroscience, and the honors program is their interdisciplinary nature; I'm so excited to explore all aspects of this school by connecting each of my interests to one another. I am premed, and I love talking about the different experiences I've had while deciding on which path to take. My experience in the Interdisciplinary Honors program has been extremely positive and I've met so many friends through it, but I also recognize that it's not right for everyone so I'd love to help you decide! I'm currently working as a CNA Med-Tech at a nursing home, participating in undergrad research at a neuroscience lab, and I'm the founder of a traditional Chinese dance RSO on campus! Feel free to reach out about anything regarding the honors program, premed journey, or just to get to know me!

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Not available for contact this quarter.

Academics

General area(s) of study: Natural Sciences

Current or intended majors: Neuroscience

Current or intended minors: Dance

I would be willing to talk about the following courses/subjects: CHEM 142, MATH 124, ENGL 182 K (Honors Section) CHEM 152, MATH 125, HONORS The Science of Human Values CHEM 162, PSYCH 202, BIOL 118 CHEM 237, CHEM 238, CHEM 239 CHEM 241, CHEM 242 HONORS Safety Net Hospitals

I would be willing to tutor other Honors students in following courses/subjects: All the ones I am willing to talk about

Housing Experience

  • Other Residence Halls/Other Student Housing

Activities

Research: UW Rheumatology; Systematic Literature Review and Quantiatative Analysis, UW Neuroscience, Dhaka Lab

Volunteering/Service: Evergreen Health Medical Center

Leadership: Traditional Chinese Dance @ UW

Clubs/RSOs: TCD @ UW, UDistrict Street Medicine, Grey Matters Journal, CSA

Pre-health:

Student Leadership Participation