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Sheron Tang

Year: 
2015
Major/minor: 
IBE - Finance & Electrical Engineering
Semesters in TRAC: 
6
Courses TRAC'ed: 
ENGR 211 (IPD), TRAC Technology Initiative, PSYCH 210, BIOS 042, CEE 379, SSP 322

Interesting internships, activities, hobbies, or experiences:

Gryphon, UN Youth Representative, Lehigh Review Academic Journal, Global Citizenship Program

What does TRAC mean to you?

Some believe that being a good writer is a natural gift, something you are born with, but writing is actually a skill that can be practiced, honed, and developed. When I was younger, I really struggled with writing and had to work relentlessly to improve. Now, I am very excited to be helping other students to improve their writing and to further develop my own writing skills too. The TRAC program teaches Fellows how to partner with students so that everyone can work together to improve his or her own writing. Writing is one of the most important communication skills anyone could have, regardless of career or field—and the TRAC program recognizes that. It works to ensure that Lehigh students are well-rounded writers and versatile in all different types of writing so that they can be effective communicators in their careers and respective industries.