Karina Frey’s Blog Post

For this week’s UROP spotlight, we are highlighting Karina Frey! Karina is a second-year UROP student majoring in Cell and Molecular Neuroscience. She aspires to be a physician with a specialty in pediatrics and neurology. Furthermore, she is involved in Nu Rho Psi, NUSA, and the Honors program. She is also the Vice President ofContinue reading “Karina Frey’s Blog Post”

Madison Massman’s Blog Post

For this week’s UROP student spotlight, we are highlighting Madison Massman! Madison is a first-year UROP student majoring in Psychology. In UROP, she is a part of the Psychology and Neuroscience section. She is super passionate about research and hopes to eventually get her PhD in Clinical Psychology. In addition to her involvement in UROP,Continue reading “Madison Massman’s Blog Post”

Judah Bachmann’s Blog Post

This week, we are spotlighting Judah Bachmann! Judah is a first-year student majoring in Studio Art. Judah is a student research assistant in UROP, the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program. In UROP, Judah is working on “The Open Call Podcast”. The Open Call Podcast is co-hosted by Anne Stagg, Judah’s research mentor. The podcast focuses onContinue reading “Judah Bachmann’s Blog Post”

Kaylyn Myers’ Blog Post

This week, we are spotlighting Kaylyn Myers! Kaylyn is a first-year student majoring in Biochemistry on the pre-med track. Kayln is a Presidential Scholar, and Undergraduate Merit Scholar at Florida State University open for current high-school seniors. They are also involved in GGSS or Garnet and Gold Scholar Society, and Phi Eta Sigma, an honorContinue reading “Kaylyn Myers’ Blog Post”

Alexis Tallon’s Blog Post

Today we are highlighting one of UROP Students, Alexis Tallon-Rendon! Alexis is a transfer student from Miami majoring in Chemical Engineering. A fun fact about her is that her great-grandma went to FSU around 70 years ago! She is currently doing research under her mentor, Juyeong Choi, where she is studying the Simulation of BuildingContinue reading “Alexis Tallon’s Blog Post”

Melanie Castro’s Blog Post

This week, we are spotlighting UROP student Melanie Castro! She is a second-year student and is majoring in Biomedical Engineering. Outside of school, Melanie runs cross country and track for FSU. Additionally, she is passionate about cooking and baking for her friends and family. She also likes to play the cello in her free time.Continue reading “Melanie Castro’s Blog Post”

Emma Robbin’s Blog Post

Emma Robbins is a freshman at FSU’s College of Music. Outside of her classes, Emma is involved in many organizations across campus including the Honors program, the College of Music’s Board of Advisor’s program, the Sigma Alpha Iota music sorority, and FSU TEDx’s steering and performance committees.  Through UROP, Emma has been able to exploreContinue reading “Emma Robbin’s Blog Post”

Emma Barrett’s Blog Post

This week, we are highlighting Emma Barrett! She is a first-year FSU student majoring in Criminology. Through the UROP program, she is working with Dr. Vincenzo Olivett on a project entitled Emma explains that Smokey Hollow was “a black community established in the 1800s that was ultimately destroyed during the creation of Tallahassee’s present-day CapitolContinue reading “Emma Barrett’s Blog Post”

Rachel Strickland’s Blog Post

This week, we are highlighting Rachel Strickland! She is a sophomore at FSU majoring in Criminology. Through the UROP program, she is working with Dr. Vincenzo Olivett on a project entitled “Physiological Implications for Implicit Threat Evaluations of the Police”. She describes her research interests as specifically focused on hate crimes, gun violence, and physicalContinue reading “Rachel Strickland’s Blog Post”

Kaitlyn O’Connor’s Blog Post

This week, we are spotlighting Kaitlyn O’Connor! She is a second-year UROP Colloquium Leader for the 2021-2022 academic year. Kaitlyn writes, “This will be my final semester at Florida State, and I will be graduating this spring with a degree in English Education as well as a minor in Psychology!” Although Kaitlyn is not currentlyContinue reading “Kaitlyn O’Connor’s Blog Post”