This is Emma Haas. As a senior who studied abroad for a semester, she has quite the experience under her belt. I had the pleasure of asking Emma a little bit about herself and her experiences.
Hometown: Erie, Pennsylvania
Major: Psychology and Spanish
Involvement on Campus: Delta Gamma, Mortar Board, Lambda Eta Mu, CCEL Scholars, and I was a Rho Chi!
Relationship Status: Single
Hobbies/Interests: Traveling, eating, going to the movies, anything Delta Gamma related, zumba
Favorite Music: I will listen to almost anything, but country is my favorite
Favorite Movie: The Sound of Music
Favorite Restaurant in Cleveland Area: Barrio
Favorite Quote: “Two roads diverged in a wood, and
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.” — Robert Frost
What is Your Dream Job? To be an occupational therapist at Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Top Things on your bucket list: Eat an entire pizza in Italy, see the Northern Lights, own a claw foot tub, become fluent in Spanish, run a half marathon, adopt a child, be a spectator at the Summer Olympics, be on the Ellen Show
Man Crush Monday? Kevin Love
What is something that not many people know about you?
I once ate every item on the dollar menu in one sitting. I wouldn’t recommend it.
What has been your favorite thing about being so involved at Case?
I’ve had the opportunity to meet and learn from many amazing and inspiring people.
What was your favorite experience while studying abroad?
I studied abroad in Madrid, Spain. My favorite experience was being able to live with a host family and take flamenco classes. I also was able to travel on the weekends and made it to 9 other countries!
What is something you learned while studying abroad?
I learned a lot about different cultures and about myself. I had to step out of my comfort zone and was able to see myself as a more confident and adventurous person.