Since she arrived at RWU, she’s worked with her advisor to create an individualized major that allows her to explore different facets of film ranging from editing and software to more creative aspects like drawing, painting and sculpture.
“I started talking to Professor White in 2008. I came to campus for a college tour in my sophomore year of high school, and Doug followed up with an email. He basically outlined where he saw NETSEC going and I was sold. His personality and overall approach are phenomenal.”
“My program is incredible! In one class, we had representatives from the national, state and local preservation societies. I had lunch with them afterward and got their input on my final thesis. Where else do you have those opportunities?”