Chemistry major with a concentration in Biochemistry
Language Fluencies: Arabic
SI Leader since Fall 2020
What do you plan to do when you graduate?
I’m hoping to pursue a career in medicine!
What is your favorite campus resource?
One of my favorite campus resources (after the SSC, obviously) would have to be Mullins.
If you’re having trouble finding a quiet place to study, I would really recommend
reserving a study room at some point this semester.
What is a bucket list thing students should do while here in Fayetteville?
Definitely check out the trails or go hiking with some friends! It can really help
with stress relief sometimes especially as the semester starts to get hectic! Just
make sure you’re being careful and safe.
What is your favorite thing about working at the SSC?
A great part of working for the SSC is meeting new people and being able to help them
when they are struggling. I know from personal experience how defeating it can feel
when you don’t understand something, so I love helping to make chemistry a little
bit more manageable for people.
What's a fun fact about you?
I really love language-learning!
Why do you think SI is important?
SI does occupy an extra hour in your week, so a lot of people aren’t initially very
eager about it, but it really can make a world of difference. When it comes to intensive
courses like chemistry, it is really important to be able to ask questions and collaborate
to understand problems. This can be difficult to do in lecture halls as opposed to
smaller and more casual settings like SI.