I enjoy the great pleasure of working with a group of talented emerging scholars in the Healthy Aging Lab at Cornell, from around the country and the globe. We are united by our interest in the socioemotional and cognitive factors that influence health-related behaviors and decisions across the lifespan.
--- Carl Rogers
In parallel to my research, I serve as a senior graduate student representative in the Graduate Student Committee in the Psychology Department and as a founding member of the Diversity and International Students Committee (DISC) in the Graduate and Professional Student Assembly.
I am a teaching fellow at the Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI), a graduate mentor in the Graduate Students Mentoring Undergraduates program at Cornell, and a mentor for Extended Project Qualification in Beijing, China, assisting high school students with their first social science projects.
During my leisure, I enjoy spending time with my cats, handcrafting, and hiking.