Got involved in student-faculty research by simply asking a biology professor if he needed help. “At a small school like Siena you have the opportunity to do that.”
Spent the summer studying the biomechanics and kinematics of squirrel jumping. “Working with animals is fun until you have to clean the cages.”
Will attend a biomechanics conference in Texas next year to present the research findings.
Plans to attend chiropractic school after graduation. “Biomechanics is along the lines of chiropractic, so this experience will help me immensely.”
Class of 2016