Hometown: Whitby, Ontario
Program: Honors Specilization in Rehabilitation Science, Minor in French
My favourite thing about Western: The kind people- whether you're looking for support with school or friends, there is always someone offering to help!
Why I chose Health Studies: Biology and Chemistry are my favourite subjects. I am really interested in learning about how the human body works and about how our habits can affect our health.
My campus/community involvement: I participated in London's Bust a Move for Breast Health event to raise money for a new breast cancer centre at St Joseph's Hospital.
The best place to study on campus: Fourth floor of Taylor Library is always my favourite quiet spot, and the Nucleus and Einstein cafes are really close when its time for a snack break!
My favourite class: Biology 1201A
Best place to eat on campus: Timothy's - their peanut butter and banana smoothies are incredible!!
Best way to meet other Health Studies students: Sitting beside someone new in labs and tutorials are a great way to meet new people in your program, and introduces you to potential study partners too!
Three words to describe being a Health Sciences student at Western: Dedicated, Determined and Inquisitive
What I to be when I grow up: I want to be a physiotherapist
Favourite Western "postcard" location: Middlesex College is absolutely one the most beautiful and iconic spots on campus.
My favourite Western memory: My favourite Western memory was Shinerama - it was really fun to go out in the community and volunteer for a great cause.