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I graduated from UMSL in the Fall of 2012 with a bachelor's degree in psychology and am currently a graduate student in the industrial/organizational psychology program. Prior to working for the College of Arts and Sciences as a student mentor and academic adviser, I worked for the Psychology Academic Advising office as a academic adviser for three years.
I am also a graduate teaching assistant for the Interdisciplinary Studies 1003: University Studies course that is required for all incoming freshmen in the College of Arts and Sciences. I love working with students and feel helping students make the transition from high school to college as smooth as possible is very rewarding.Being that I'm a former UMSL undergraduate, I have a very clear understanding of what it's like to navigate the system and really look forward to helping you do the same!