James is a Junior in the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources. He is pursuing a Bachelor of Science of Allied Health Sciences and is planning on going to medical school to become a surgeon.
Here at UConn, James is in the Honors Program and is very involved in helping the community through different organizations. This semester he is recruiting prospective students not only through College Ambassadors but also through Husky Ambassadors to showcase all the wonderful things UConn has to offer. He is also a PATH Mentor this semester, helping first year honors students orient themselves to college life.
On campus, James serves as the Treasurer of the University of Connecticut Undergraduate Philosophy Society and also works as the Instructional Assistant to the TA’s for Philosophy 1101. He also works as a student worker at the Student Health Service as well.
High School Attended: Fairfield Ludlowe High School
Favorite Dairy Bar Ice Cream Flavor: Moose Tracks
Three Pieces of Advice for Prospective Students:
- Make a lot of friends! Your major or not, the friends you meet here are going to be the same friends you’ll have twenty years down the road.
- Treat yourself. College can get overwhelming- having to balance responsibilities, social life, personal life, and academics is a lot to fit in a single day. Don’t overwork yourself and understand that mental health is extremely important.
- Go out of your comfort zone. The only way to discover your true potential and grow as an individual is to go out of your comfort zone.