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Chelsea Rodríguez

An oral history interview of Chelsea Rodriguez conducted by Peyton Tvrdy that discusses the perspective of an English major and Education minor student on experiential learning. Topics of discussion include programs such as The Mellon Initiative for humanities research. Chelsea discusses the importance of experiential learning in teaching teamwork, social skills, handling rejection, and professionalism. As for the future of experiential learning on campus, Chelsea wants more experiential learning activities for English majors, more awareness of experiential opportunities on campus, and a focus on degree exploration.

  

Zachary Acevedo

An oral history interview of Zachary Acevedo conducted by Peyton Tvrdy and Jonathan Chapman that discusses the perspective of a Pre-Medical student on experiential learning. Topics of discussion include programs such as The Plunge, Summer Laboratory Research, Lab Assisting, and Physician Shadowing. Zach discusses the importance of experiential learning in teaching presentation skills, technical skills, and applicable knowledge. As for the future of experiential learning on campus, Zach wants more experiential learning activities for medical students.

  

 

Kristina Reinis

In this oral history interview, Kristina Reinis, a senior Art and English double major, discusses her interdisciplinary research on John Donne through the Mellon Summer Undergraduate Fellowship, her internships with Ruiz-Healy and Blue Star Contemporary, her experience being an writer and anchor for TigerTV, co-founding the Mock Trial Club, and her participation in The Mini, a student-lead art exhibition.

  

 

Brian Guerrero

In this interview, senior Engineering Science Major Brian Guerrero talks about his experiences as an undergrad at Trinity. He talks about the benefits of experiential learning and how it helped him choose a career path.

  

  

  

Adam Toler

An oral history interview of Adam Toler conducted by Peyton Tvrdy that discusses the perspective of a pre-medical track, religion major, chemistry minor student on experiential learning. Topics of discussion include programs such as The Plunge, the Mellon Initiative for humanities research, previous experience in STEM research, and shadowing doctors. Adam discusses the importance of experiential learning in teaching teamwork, professionalism, and conflict management. As for the future of experiential learning on campus, Adam desires more interaction with the local community and service based learning.