- Year of Graduation: 2016
- Major: Aerospace Engineering
- Hometown: Plymouth, MA
- Hobbies: Sewing, knitting, Crimson Key Tour Guide, Panhellenic Council and Phi Sigma Sigma.
- Last book read, last film watched, and/or last video game played: Book: Heaven is for Real by Todd Burpo; film: United 93.
- Why did you choose to come to WPI?
I chose to come to WPI because it offered all of the opportunities that a big school has without the feeling of being lost in a school of thousands of students. I loved that you are treated like a person here and not just a number. I also really liked the term system a lot. As soon as I stepped onto the campus, I knew it was the place for me.
- Where do you work in the library and what do you do?
I work in the WPI Archives as an archival assistant. In this role, I have a lot of different tasks such as sorting through collections, entering data, and assisting visitors with research. It’s a lot of fun because I get to learn things about WPI that no one else really knows. My favorite thing to do is look through old yearbooks, because it’s really interesting to see the kinds of things that used to get published.
- What do you wish other students knew about the library?
I wish other students knew just how many resources the library has and how eager the staff is to help you with your projects. A lot of people know about the library website and they’ve heard of research librarians, but I think a lot of students don’t realize just how much material the library has. The fact that we can access books from libraries all over the world is amazing, and I think a lot of students underestimate the power of the resources available to them.