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See ULA Sean Hancock for additional information.
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Hometown: Grand Blanc, MI
Major: IDS- Health and Society with Sociology Cognate (Minors in Bioethics, Humanities, and Society & Sociology)
About me: During my final year at MSU, I stay busy participating in the Student Health Advisory Council, volunteering with the Capitol Area Response Effort of Lansing, and hosting review sessions and office hours for the students of SOC 100. As an IDS-Health and Society Major, I hope to be admitted to a Master's of Public Health Graduate Program after graduating from MSU.
Study tip for students: Don't be afraid to ask for help! One of the advantages of going to such a big school is that there is almost always a way to receive extra help. Whether it's attending your professor's office hours, joining study groups, or, of course, going to see a ULA, there are always options to get the help you need.
What is your favorite quote and why? My favorite quote comes from Alice Walker, "The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any." I think this is particularly relevant to college students, as sometimes we can feel so overwhelmed and powerless during our academic careers. It is important, however, to remember that there are always ways to receive additional help and support. You just need to remember that you have the power to push through and succeed.