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Meet the HHS Student Council Members

2013-2014 Members

Begle, Alyssa

Alyssa Begle

Year: Sophomore
Major: SLHS
Hometown: Mariah Hill, IN
Email: abegle@purdue.edu

What do you like best about Purdue?

“I love that Boilermakers are so friendly. Everyone is passionate about Purdue and make it feel like home.”

Brown, Cristina

Cristina Brown

Year: Sophomore
Major: General Health Sciences - Pre-Physician Assistant
Hometown: Munster, IN
Email: brown657@purdue.edu

What advice would you give a first-year student?

“Participate in BGR! It’s a great way to meet new friends and get comfortable with campus.”

Brown, Tori

Tori Brown

Year: Sophomore
Major: Dietetics
Hometown: Anderson, IN
Email: brown753@purdue.edu

What advice would you give to incoming Boilermakers?

“I would tell incoming Boilermakers to participate in BGR because it is a very good opportunity to meet new people and learn how to navigate campus! I think I would have been lost if I had not done it! I still hang out with my BGR group all the time.”

Duncan, Devin

Devin Duncan

Year: Junior
Major: SLHS
Hometown: Greentown, IN

What advice would you give a first-year student?

“I would tell them to get involved immediately! Getting involved is a good way to meet others and develop leadership skills.”

Fuller, Emily

Kelsie Envoy

Year: Sophomore
Major: Movement & Sports Science
Hometown: Sheridan, IN

Why did you decide to attend Purdue?

“whole family graduated from Purdue — it feels like home to me.”

Fulk, Taylor

Taylor Fulk

Year: Sophomore
Major: Hospitality and Tourism Management
Hometown: Kendallville, IN

How do you prioritize your time?

“I realize the difference between the things that have to be done and the things that I want to do.”

Fuller, Emily

Emily Fuller

Year: Senior
Major: Movement and Sports Science (Pre-Physical Therapy)
Hometown: Lakeville, IN

What do you like best about Purdue?

“I love Purdue's diversity. There is always a chance to meet someone different from yourself.”

Grasso, Jessica

Jessica Grasso

Year: Sophomore
Major: Medical Laboratories Science - Pre-Medicine
Hometown: Exeter, Rhode Island

What advice would you give a prospective high school student?

“Look beyond your comfort zone and go somewhere that will challenge you academically and as a person.”

Harden, Erin

Erin Harden

Year: Junior
Major: Dietetics
Hometown: Warsaw, IN
Email: hardene@purdue.edu

What do you enjoy best about Purdue?

“I enjoy the beautiful campus and the classes with talented teachers.”

Harter,Matthew

Matthew Harter

Year: Junior
Major: Nursing
Hometown: Nashville, TN
Email: harterm@purdue.edu

What are your hopes for the College of Health and Human Sciences?

“I want us to become more connected even though the majors are so diverse.”

Havens, Dillon

Dillon Havens

Year: Junior
Major: General Health Sciences
Hometown: Westfield, IN
Email: dhavens@purdue.edu

What experience would you recommend other undergraduates experience before leaving Purdue?

“Go greek!”

Howk, Michael

Michael Howk

Year: Sophomore
Major: Athletic Tranning
Hometown: Churubusco, IN
Email: mhowk@purdue.edu

Why did you decide to attend Purdue?

“It was one of the best Athletic Training programs in the nation.”

Huang, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Huang

Year: Freshman
Major: Nursing
Hometown: Carmel, IN

What advice would you give a prospective high school student?

“Come to Purdue because it has great academics, great people, and exciting Big 10 atmosphere.”

Huffmeyer, Heather

Heather Huffmeyer

Year: Sophomore
Major: Early Childhood Education and Exceptional Needs
Hometown: Napolean, TN

What are your hopes for the College of Health and Human Sciences?

“My hopes are that the College of Health and Human Sciences remains a strong, close knit college.”

Hussain, Afra

Afra Hussain

Year: Junior
Major: Public Health
Hometown: Carmel, IN
Email: ahussai@purdue.edu

What advice would you give to incoming Boilermakers?

“I encourage incoming boilermakers to find at least two really good study environments. At least one of the places should be somewhere other than Hicks or another high traffic library so that you still have a place to study when the libraries are full.”

Johnson, Lauren

Lauren Johnson

Year: Senior
Major: Psychology
Hometown: Granger, IN
Email: johns598@purdue.edu

What will you miss about Purdue?

“Purdue has become my home. I'll miss living in a house with all of my best friends and hearing the marching band parade to and from their practice every day.”

Knox, Autumn

Autumn Knox

Year: Freshman
Major: Nursing
Hometown: Albion, IN
Email: johns598@purdue.edu

What is the most fun experience you’ve had at Purdue?

“Starry Night! The set up was beautiful, the vendors incredible, and the music was phenomenal. I had a blast!”

Lansing, Courtney

Courtney Lansing

Year: Junior
Major: SLHS
Hometown: Indianapolis, IN
Email: clansin@purdue.edu

If you could have dinner with any three people (living or deceased), who would they be?

“The pope, my grandmother, and Beyonce.”

Lauer, Mackenzie

Mackenzie Lauer

Year: Junior
Major: SLHS
Hometown: Fishers, IN
Email: lauerm@purdue.edu

What experience would you recommend other undergraduates experience before leaving Purdue?

“Everyone has to do a fountain run before leaving!”

Lochamire, Lydia

Lydia Lochamire

Year: Senior
Major: Human Development and Family Studies
Hometown: Hudson, IN
Email: llochami@purdue.edu

How do you prioritize your time?

“LISTS! I love crossing things off and feeling like I accomplished something! I also have like 3 calendars!”

Mathena, Alison

Alison Mathena

Year: Sophomore
Major: Public Health
Hometown: Whiteland, IN

What is your favorite thing about Purdue?

“My favorite thing about Purdue is being around and living with a group of friends who share the same morals and values that I do. Purdue has also given me opportunities that I know will be beneficial when my time at Purdue comes to an end.”

McCann, Stephanie

Stephanie McCann

Year: Freshman
Major: Brain and Behavioral Sciences
Hometown: Gahanna, OH

What experience would you recommend other undergraduates experience before leaving Purdue?

“They should go to a big rivalry game!”

Miles, Emily

Emily Miles

Year: Sophomore
Major: Apparel Design and Technology/Retail Management
Hometown: Princeton, IN
Email: milese@purdue.edu

Why did you decide to attend Purdue?

“I loved all of the ways to get involved as well as the diversity of students on campus.”

Morris, Tara

Tara Morris

Year: Junior
Major: Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences
Hometown: Scottsburg, IN
Email: morri178@purdue.edu

Why did you decide to attend Purdue?

“I was born a boilermaker!”

Mueller, Amanda

Amanda Mueller

Year: Freshman
Major: Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences
Hometown: St. Charles, IL

What is your dream job?

“To work as a pediatric audiologist in a hospital or clinic.”

Ney, Kalen

Kalen Ney

Year: Junior
Major: General Health Sciences - Pre-Physician Assistant
Hometown: Carmel, IN
Email: kney@purdue.edu

What is your dream job?

“Anything that allows me to experience the world.”

Parikh, Mansi

Kim North

Year: Junior
Major: Human Services
Hometown: Columbia City, IN

If you could have dinner with any three people (living or deceased), who would they be?

“Ellen Degeneres, Taylor Swift, and my grandpa.”

Patel,Kevin

Kevin Patel

Year: Senior
Major: Movement & Sports Science
Hometown: Carmel, IN
Email: patel114@purdue.edu

What do you enjoy best about Purdue?

“It’s definitely participating in all of the traditions.”

Segovia,Paulina

Paulina Segovia

Year: Junior
Major: Dietetics
Hometown: Carmel, IN
Email: psegovia@purdue.edu

Why did you choose to join HHS Student Council?

“I choose to join council because I wanted to meet students in my college and get involved on campus. I love all the great friends that I have made and really enjoy making a contribution to the college and helping other students.”

Shebel, Katelyn

Katelyn Shebel

Year: Junior
Major: Hotel Tourism Management
Hometown: Michigan City, IN
Email: kshebel@purdue.edu

What is your dream job?

“Wedding Planning!”

Shi, Sophie

Sophie Shi

Year: Freshman
Major: Nursing
Hometown: Carmel, IN

Why did you decide to attend Purdue?

“It had a direct-admit for the nursing program, and the sense of community was really welcoming.”

Stewart, Jonathon

Jonathon Stewart

Year: Sophomore
Major: Movement and Sports Sciences
Hometown: North Liberty, IN

What advice would you give a first year student?

“I would tell them to learn what ways help them manage their time the best as soon as they can.”

Welch, Ethan

Ethan Welch

Year: Sophomore
Major: Public Health
Hometown: Fort Wayne, IN
Email: welchec@purdue.edu

Why did you decide to attend Purdue?

“It’s the best university in the world!”

Wichlinski, Rachel

Rachel Wichlinski

Year: Sophomore
Major: Movement and Sports Sciences
Hometown: Valparaiso, IN

What are your hopes for the College of Health and Human Sciences?

“I want to make a difference, for not only the students in Health and Human Sciences, but for all of campus, as well.”