Hometown: Pittstown, NJ
Year/Major: Junior Psych/ Criminal Justice
School Activities: Psych Club and Wrestling
Career Goals: Become a clinical psychologist
Why I decided to do research: The reason I chose to work in the conservation psychology lab is; I’ve always been interested in the relationship between humans and nature. I believe that conservation psychology is important because it affects our immediate future. It’s important to increase awareness of the growing problems our planet is facing. By conducting research in this field, we’ll be able to see why pollution occurs and hopefully be able to reverse this awful trend.