“My majors are helping provide me with the critical thinking and logic skills necessary to assist me in preparing for law school.”
Eberly Scholar Interview Raeanne
How did you choose your major?
I chose both of my majors because I wanted to gain a greater understanding of the world around me. I also wanted to challenge myself as an individual and increase my versatility. My fields of study allow me to learn more about myself and better who I am as a person. Additionally, my majors are helping provide me with the critical thinking and logic skills necessary to assist me in preparing for law school.
How has your major prepared you for your future career?
My majors are multifaceted, and thus, has allowed me to learn many different subjects at once. In the future, I am planning on attending law school, so my major has prepared me to learn an onslaught of information all at once and excel with it.
What was the hardest (Eberly College) class that you loved? Why?
I absolutely loved taking LDR 401: Leadership in Action with Cheyenne Luzynski. The class makes you examine yourself introspectively and allows you to learn how you can be a better leader for your community. It is also a service-learning class, which I always love taking!
Do you have a favorite professor or instructor? What makes them special?
My favorite instructors are Dr. Cheyenne Luzynski from the Leadership Studies Department and Dr. Joseph Jones from the Journalism Department. Both professors make their class content engaging and applicable beyond the classroom. Moreover, both of them care immensely about their students and will help us succeed in anyway they can.
What was your reaction when you found out you were an Eberly Scholar? How has this opportunity made a difference in your life?
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