Aurdrey Dollinger

Audrey Dollinger

Year: Junior

Major: Psychology

Minor: Criminal Justice

Hometown: Pavilion, NY

Activities: Cross Country, Honors Program, Resident Assistant, Tour Guide

1. What activities are you involved in on campus?

I run for the Daemen Cross Country team in the fall. I am in the Daemen Honors Program and am also a Resident's Assistant. Daemen offers a wide variety of activities for students to get involved in. It is really great to have all the options.

2. How has Daemen changed/shaped your life?

I have only been at Daemen since the fall of 2010 and it has already been so influential in my life! It has exposed me to a great diversity of culture and new ideas and has strengthened my work ethic. I've been given second family from home here. I've come upon new goals that I am very excited about and no matter what, I know I always have the support around me that I need to accomplish them.

3. Who is your favorite professor and why?

Dr. Denise Emer is my favorite professor here at Daemen. She offers a great insight to course material and always knows how to answer my questions. She truly loves her job as a professor at Daemen.

4. Places I want to travel:

As many as I can! I think it's silly to not travel when there is a whole world out there that has so much to offer! One place in particular I want to travel to is Southeast Asia. I'm planning on studying abroad there before I graduate!

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