Mentor: Dr. Jefferey Harrison
College of Law
"I currently serve as the president for the Behavioral Economics Society and I became so fascinated with the topic. I wanted to advance my studies and do some independent research. The USP program was a great opportunity to just that. Now I am working with a professor in the law school conducting research on behavioral economics implications on certain aspects of legislation."
- Behavioral Economics
- Law Studies
- Behavioral Economics Society
- Speech and Debate Squad
- Theta Chi Fratnerity
- American Pathways Refugee Resettlement Program
- Volunteer at IB School in Amman, Jordan
Hobbies and Interests
- Martial Arts
- Competitive Smash
Should Drug Tests be used on Scholarship Recipients?
I will be investigating some of the effects drug use has on assumption of financial risk among college students. I will do this both by analyzing studies on the topic as well as conducting a study myself. This study will be correlational and involve self-reported drug use as well as the opportunity for participants to gamble money. I hope to extend my conclusions to offer suggestions on the topic of drug testing scholarship recipients.