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Kylie Ford

Year: 
2011
Hometown: 
Springfield, PA
Major/minor: 
Materials Science / Engineering; Environmental Policy Design Masters
Courses TRAC'ed: 
MAT 218, ENGR 211 (IPD), ENGR 211 (IPD), and ENGR 211 (IPD)

Interesting internships, activities, hobbies, or experiences:

Bethlehem Farmers' Market manager, manager of the Ullman community garden in Bethlehem, in the past a member of the Marching 97, Alpha Chi Sigma Professional Chemistry Fraternity. Enjoys running around campus, playing guitar and piano, and women's studies

What does TRAC mean to you?

I have been fortunate enough during my time at Lehigh to have taken six different classes that utilized the TRAC program. Being first introduced to TRAC as a student, I was able to see how writing fellows could help me grow and learn. I always appreciate being able to work on drafts with peers, while still knowing that they met with my professor to understand what I really needed to accomplish. As a TRAC fellow, I enjoy the opportunity of helping make writing a challenging, yet enjoyable task. With the focus being on clarity, rather than content, I feel the TRAC progra strongly enables students to grow both as writers, as well as thinkers in general.