I completed my undergraduate studies at Albion College, a small Liberal Arts college in southern Michigan, in May 2013 when I earned my Bachelor of Arts. During my time at Albion, I majored in English, minored in Political Science, and refined my classroom practices and pedagogy via the Fritz Shurmur Center for Teacher Development. In addition to my English, Political Science and Primary-Edu coursework, I was fortunate enough to have an opportunity to gain some insight about the inner-workings of our universe, study the culture and ideologies of Ancient China, try my hand at 2-dimensional art, and attempt to understand the human mind.
In addition to my undergraduate studies, I was fortunate enough to have the privilege to remain active with the game of lacrosse. However, my experience with the Albion lacrosse program was quite different from what I had become used to during my time at Cranbrook. My freshman year at Albion coincided with the inaugural season for the lacrosse program at the NCAA D3 varsity level, which meant that we had a lot of work to take care of since we were in charge of forming the foundation of a program with limitless potential.