I am a graduating Senior at The Winston-Salem State University (WSSU), majoring in Biology with a concentration of Neuroscience. I have with every amount of effort and determination to strive to be the best I can be in all aspects of my educational journey. I am active within the Winston-Salem, North Carolina community, I am BOSS mentor (Building Outstanding Student Success), The President of the Women in Science Program, a Mentorship Coordinator, JRAMS Intern, and Grace Presbyterian Church Intern, along with many other involvements among my campus and community. Along with my active involvement, I also am a employee of Walgreens, working 30+ hours a week. Time management is something I have worked hard on, sometimes I conquer the task and sometimes I fall forward, but I still strive to achieve greater time management to best of my ability with hectic scheduling and responsibilities. I have made Dean’s list every semester of my college journey and have maintained a 3.3 GPA. I am a hard and dedicated worker to all assignments that are put forth before me. I try to go above and beyond in all that I do, quality over quantity. I am a leader and a team player. I hold high standards for myself and those around me.

Throughout my profile are documents that are free to be explored, as well you will find a range of different areas I have studied and worked in as a Student at WSSU. I have always had a love for science throughout my educational experience. I find a deep interest in the plethora of areas that the field of science holds. From the concept of a cell and its structure and function, to the concept evolution of different species, down to the study of diseases; I am always ready to explore and learn in different areas of science. I would love to teach for a period of time and then continue my education in a Masters Program to become a PA.




 Demonstrate both in-depth and broad knowledge of the concepts comprising the biological sciences.

 Integrate knowledge across sub-disciplines of biology.

 Demonstrate basic laboratory skills, including quantitative (and qualitative) skills.

 Demonstrate critical thinking skills, including developing hypotheses and designing, conducting, analyzing, and interpreting experiments.

 Communicate biological knowledge effectively in written and oral form.

 Find, select, and evaluate various types of scientific information.

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