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Karleigh Blum

Year: 
2015
Major/minor: 
Bio Engineering
Semesters in TRAC: 
6
Courses TRAC'ed: 
CEE 379, BIOS 042, CEE 379, BIOS 042, HIST 351, BIOS 042

Interesting internships, activities, hobbies, or experiences:

I am a member of the Society of Woman Engineers, Biomedical Engineering Society, Club Field Hockey, Snowboard Club, as well as Delta Gamma Fraternity. The summer of 2013 I will most likely studying abroad in Ireland while participating in a bioengineering internship there.
 

What does TRAC mean to you?

TRAC means many things to me, a few being the opportunity to help others improve their writing, building relationships between staff and students, as well as improving the effectiveness of assignments. Before I learned as much as I did through the TRAC program, I think my biggest issue with writing was my confidence in my style of writing as well as content. One of the most meaningful things to me is to be able to not only improve a student's single assignment but hopefully make a lasting impact on that student's confidence and expressiveness in their communication through writing.