Undergraduate degree from Indiana University (2012-2016)
BA in Psychology, Minor(s): English, Anthropology
Interest area: Organizational
My particular interests include program evaluation, data analysis, and diversity in the workplace and UC’s courses align with what I want to focus on in my studies. As an undergraduate student, I conducted a Needs Assessment which accelerated my interest in Organizational Psychology as well as allowed me to work with organizations and qualitative/quantitative data. Besides this rewarding experience, I centered my senior capstone project on diversity in the workplace, particularly the perceptions of women who wear the Islamic headscarf, the hijab. This research project allowed me to investigate workplace attitudes related to diversity and the marginalization of outgroups. Some achievements of mine include graduating with a program GPA of 4.0, receiving awards from IUSB’s Department of Psychology faculty such as the 2016 Excellence in Psychology Award and the Haines Award for psychological research, and serving as Psi Chi Honor Society President during my senior year. Overall, Cincinnati is a city with great opportunity so I hope that I can gain experience and satisfaction through my wonderful time here in the MAP Program.