Name: Chloe Craig
Major: Public Health
Year in school: Sophomore
Hometown: San Antonio, TX
Clubs/Organizations: Flying Samaritans, Chi Omega Fraternity, Student Health Advocacy Committee, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Partnerships Through Honors (PATH)
Leisure Pursuits: I love taking spin classes, bullet journaling, and having picnics on the mall! In my free time I also love going to the movies, trying out new coffee shops, and practicing mindfulness.
Research Projects: I'm a Research Assistant in the Sleep and Health Research Program under Dr. Michael Grandner. I'm focused on investigating the relationship between sleep health disparities and chronic pain conditions in racial/ethnic minority groups.
Plans after graduation: After graduation, I hope to attend medical school and complete an MD/MPH program. Being able to combine my interests in medicine and public health to decrease health barriers is something I'm excited to pursue.
What has been your favorite Honors course or experience that you have been involved with?
My favorite Honors experience has definitely been being a Partnerships Through Honors, or PATH mentor. Being able to lead a group of first-year Honors students and help them transition into college has been incredibly meaningful and I love connecting with my mentees!
What is something you have done during your time at UA of which you are especially proud?
Currently, I'm the Director of Public Health Outreach for Flying Samaritans, an organization that plans free, monthly medical clinics in Agua Prieta, Mexico! Providing medical care, free resources and public health education to this community is something I'm very proud to be a part of.
What message do you have for other Honors students on finding their own success?
I would tell other Honors students to get involved! Finding a club or organization that matches your interests is so crucial to establishing balance, discovering your passions, and making connections. It's also important to take time for yourself on top of academics, and creating a balanced routine will help you maintain wellness in your daily life.
"Chloe is such a motivated woman who strives to do her best in everything that she sets out to accomplish. She is an involved leader in many health profession clubs on campus. Chloe is constantly finding new ways to get involved whether it be volunteer opportunities or internship experiences. She is extremely passionate about school and pre-med topics. She drives others to be passionate about school."
– Lauren Fisher, Sorority Sister
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