Honors Student Ambassadors
Honors Student Ambassadors are exemplary students in the Honors College. They are available to answer any questions you may have about the College and their experiences at Salisbury University. Please feel free to ask them anything!
Hi everyone, my name is Jeremie Barbosa, but you can call me Jamie! I am a sophomore Honors student with a major in Biology and minors in Chemistry and Computer Science. I work as a Resident Assistant in the freshman honors residence hall, Manokin Hall. I also work as a Univeristy Host for Salisbury University.
The clubs and organizations around campus that I am grateful to be part of are Asian and Pacific Islander Club, American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, the Honors Student Association, and Student United Way. When I am not in class, on duty, or at club meetings, I do research with Dr. Nyland in Henson Hall on how arsenic exposure impacts mechanisms of disease.
The place that I call home now Glen Burnie, MD, but I graduated from a high school in Illinois so I know what it is like to be in an unfamiliar place for a brand new adventure! In the future, I hope to co
ntinue doing research in epigenetics and biotechnology in order to help create a positive impact for
many more people that are suffering due to an ailment or disease.
If you have any questions on anything and everything, please contact me! I would love to talk with you and connect you to this beautiful campus that I call home away from home!
Currently, I am a sophomore working towards a dual degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science. As a student in the Honors College and the Henson School of Science and Technology, I have been exposed to many rewarding experiences and opportunities. Most memorably, as a result of my work in the Honors 111 course, I completed research in the feasibility of artificial intelligence and presented at a conference in Pittsburgh last spring. This has led me to prepare for future semesters of research with faculty within the math and computer science department. On campus, you can usually find me in the Center for Student Achievement working as a Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader for all sections of Calculus II offered at Salisbury. I have been able to balance working as an SI with my coursework for both majors thanks to the support provided by the Honors College and academic resources available at Salisbury University. I would love to share more of my experiences with you and I am available to answer any questions you may have about Honors, the Henson School, research, working on campus, or anything else that comes to mind.
My name is Natalia Graf and I am a Sophomore Accounting and Information Systems double major in the Perdue Professional Program. Although I am debating different career options in which to utilize my degree. including working for a firm, small business, or an auditing company, I have a lot of experience working for the government and am highly considering that path. Just last summer, I interned in the Federal Maritime Commission's Office of the Inspector General, and during my time there I learned a lot about what a government position entails. Here at Salisbury, I am a Perdue Scholar, the 2017 recipient of the Whall Award for Writing Excellence, a contributor for The Saunterer, a member of Student United Way, and a presenter in the 2017 Maryland Collegiate Honors Conference. I also received a Cultural Laureate certification last year, and enjoy participating in local community service. If you have any questions or a need for any advice, please feel free to email me.Email: email@example.com
I'm currently a sophomore majoring in Biology with an Enviromental Studies Minor. I am originally from a small town in Maryland called Ellicott City. Besides academics, I'm actively involved with several clubs and organizations on campus like ESA (Environmental Student Association), HSA (Honors Student Association), and Phi Eta Sigma, which is a freshman honor society. I'm currently doing research with Dr. Bradley about the ecology of our local waterways and over the summer, I had the amazing opportunity to be a student intern for an organization called Citizens' Climate Lobby. In my spare time, I enjoy hanging out with friends, reading, and kayaking. If you have any questions about research, conferences, internships, or just want to chat, don't hesitate to reach out to me.
Currently, I am a sophomore in the Pre-Nursing track. I am from Howard County, Maryland, which is about an hour over the Bay Bridge. I absolutely love healthcare, learning about the human body, and most other sciences. This past Winter I went abroad to Ecuador with the Salisbury Nursing Program's annual trip. It was a wonderful experience, and I learned about the healthcare needs found in Southern American countries. Spring of 2017, as a freshman, I presented research at a conference in Pittsburgh about federal programs available to individuals with schizophrenia. Additionally, I am a Supplementary Instruction Leader for Anatomy and Physiology II, which means that I provide additional time for students to develop study skills and focus on pertinent information for a difficult class. I participate in the Student Nursing Association, and I am currently in the Honors Sophomore LLC. If you are curious about studying abroad, undergraduate research, working on campus, becoming involved on campus, or even participating in these activities while being a pre-Nursing student, I would love to answer any questions. I would love to hear from you!
My name is Abby Snow. I am a sophomore double majoring in International Buisness and Corporate Finance and minoring in Spanish and Accounting. I am from Columbia Maryland, and love to travel, especially to countries outside of the United States. I plan to study abroad in Malaga, Spain for the Spring 2018 semester. During high school, I traveled to Spain twice through an exchange program, and I have been to various other countries on vacation. I am a Student Business Leader for the Perdue School of Buisness, a Supplementary Instructor for Accounting 201, and a member of Beta Alpha Psi (BAP). I volunteer at the Humane Society on a regular basis and assist at Pinehurst Elementary School. I'm involved in various activities both on and off campus. If you have any questions about anything, drop an email and we will figure it out together.
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I am a Sophomore studying Pre-Nursing here at Salisbury! I am from Long Island, New York. Freshman year I lived in the Honors Living Learning Community in Manokin and had the opportunity to present research from my first honors class! I went to the Maryland Collegiate Honors Conference and received the award of best poster presenter. Currently, I am an Orientation Leader as well as involved in the Student Nursing Association, Honors Student Association, and Greek Life as a member of Alpha Sigma Tay. One of my passions is working with individuals with special needs. Over the summers, I work as a special needs counselor for those who have many different developmental disabilities, this is something that I hope to continue in the future with nursing. Outside of school and work you will likely find me singing, hanging out with friends, reading, or going to the beach! Please contact me if you have any questions about the Honors College or Salisbury Univeristy in general, I would love to help!
I am sophomore from Anne Arundel County and I am double major in Marketing and Political Science with a minor in Spanish. I have been heavily involved with the Honors College during my time at SU. I lived in the Freshman Honors LLC last year in Manokin Hall and I am now in the Sophomore Honors LLC in Seagull Square. I have also been involved with the Honors Student Association throughout my freshman year. This past spring, I had the privilege of presenting my freshman honors research on heroin and opioid legislation in Maryland at the 2017 Northeast Regional Honors Council Research Conference as well as the 2017 Salisbury Univeristy Student Research Conference. My other involvements here at SU include being a member of Phi Mu Fraternity, where I have had the pleasure in participating in numerous service projects and fundraisers for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. I also studied abroad this past summer for one month in Spain through the Modern Foreign Language Department. Outside of SU, I have interned for various state-level campaigns and I have recently been selected for Governor Hogan's Campaign Fellowship Program where I will be able to continue campaign work for the upcoming election cycle. I hope to eventually work in government affairs and I would not be where I am today without the numerous opportunities the Honors College has provided me in helping to reach my career goals! I look forward to sharing my experiences and serving as an Honors College Student Ambassador for the 2017-2018 year!
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