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Where They Go: Sierra Joy Williams C’22
“Drew’s teachers have helped me on my journey by supporting me professionally, academically and emotionally.”
May 2022 – We take a look at where some of the Drew University College of Liberal Arts Class of 2022 is heading.
Sierra Joy Williams C’22
Major in biology, with honors, double minor in history and history of art.
Baldwin Honors, Drew Environmental Action League Fellow, Drew Summer Science Institute Scholar, Tri-Beta Honor Society Secretary (Biology), Drew Pagan Society Treasurer, Teaching Assistant
Or they will
Williams will pursue a master’s degree in biology at Walla Walla University in Washington, focusing on octopus behavioral research in relation to ocean acidification due to climate change.
“Drew’s teachers have helped me on my journey by supporting me professionally, academically and emotionally; specifically teachers like Tammy Windfelder [associate professor of biology]; Paris Scarano [lecturer in biology]and Peggy Kuntz [professor of art history]. I don’t know what I would do without their unwavering support and inspiring guidance throughout my four years here.
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“Without my amazing teachers, I would never have found my passions for animal behavior, conservation, art history, or history because I came to Drew knowing I wanted to major in science, but not much else.”