Division I, Social Sciences
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Lennae Starr '21, all pronouns
I think that we humans often forget that we too are part of nature, just like any other animal. I love being outdoors, and there are many ways that ES and anthropology can connect to help us understand the past, present, and future interactions between humankind and our ecosystems.
Favorite class in major: Fundamentals of Cultural Anthropology
Favorite class out of major: Chorale
Cade Schott '21, he/him/his
Why Econ: From my very first econ class in high school I was fascinated by the way economics influenced and measured human behavior. I have also really appreciated the scope of the discipline, it can apply to global interactions all the way down to a child's lemonade stand. All of the professors within the department have always been willing to go out of their way to help students which is just another reason why I am so glad to be an econ major!
Favorite Class in the department: Econometrics
Favorite Class out of department: Intro to Creative Writing
phone number: 208-721-8575
Chloe Daikh '21, she/her/hers
Classics and History
I love the interconnectedness of the History courses here. I focus predominantly on the Ancient Mediterranean, but I was able to find so many connections in courses on other geographic areas. The major also has a really wonderful community; the professors and students are very supportive of each other. There is a real sense of camaraderie.
Favorite classes in majors: Ancient Theatre and the Advanced Latin Seminar for Classics / Hail Caesar: The Roman Revolution / 20th Century Europe
Favorite class out of major: Approaches to the Study of Literature
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I chose to be a politics major because it allows me the knowledge and skills to be able to advocate for change. It has also challenged me to look at issues through a plethora of perspectives and strengthen my research skills. I think it is important to question structures of power and to consider who is benefiting from them.
Favorite class in major: Race & International Politics
Favorite class out of major: Beginning Chinese
Taylor Chambers '21, she/her/hers
I chose psychology because of my interest in forensic psychology.
Favorite class in major: Psychology of Law
Favorite class out of major: Sociology of Prisons and Punishment
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David Dregallo '20, he/him/his
Environmental Studies - Sociology.
I like the applicability of ES-Sociology as well as its use in explaining everyday interactions between humans and the environment.
Favorite class in major: Environmental Justice
Anna Pulscak '21, she/her/hers
Environmental Studies - Sociology
I went into college knowing that I wanted to major in the ES department, but I did not know exactly what area. As I began to take classes within the ES department it became clear to me that I was most interested in the social implications of climate change. I find the interactions between the environment and our society to be very fascinating so I took the leap and declared!
Favorite class in major: Environmental Sociology
Favorite class out of major: Intro to Anthropology
Indira Dahlstrom '21, she/her/hers
What I like best about sociology is that it leads me to frame questions about how the world works in very mindful ways.
Favorite class in major: Latinos and Latinas in the U.S.
Favorite class out of major: Advanced Creative Nonfiction