Human Development and Family Science
Robinson credits faculty, staff for making her feel right at home in Dawson Hall.
Human Development and Family Sciences. Minor in Biological Studies
President of Human Development and Family Sciences Association, Ambassador for the College of Family and Consumer Sciences, Vice President of Philanthropy for Alpha Chi Omega, Saint Mary’s Hospital Intern for the Hospice Unit, UGA Miracle Hospital Relations Committee, Phi Upsilon Honor’s Fraternity Member, Shop With A Bulldawg Mentor, Zel Miller Scholarship, Gwendolyn Brooks O’Connell Scholarship Recipient, Intern at Athens Nurses Clinic
- Why I chose my major
Coming into college, I knew I wanted to pursue a career in the healthcare industry. As a freshman, my advisor recommended I take a Human Development and Family Sciences introduction class as an elective because I didn’t seem “passionate” about pursuing a science degree. I changed my major after that first day and never looked back. I love learning and talking about people and what shapes them. I became passionate about learning all I could about why people are the way they are. This degree has given me an abundance of knowledge and I am so excited to use these skills in my future career.
- What I like most about FACS
My favorite thing about FACS is the faculty. In this college, I found an advisor, a dean and professors who genuinely care so deeply about their students. They make the University of Georgia feel smaller and a whole lot more personal. Dawson Hall became such a safe place and a home in the midst of a large university. I found myself surrounded by faculty members who wanted me to succeed and wanted to ensure I had the resources and skills to do so. They were willing to give me any aid I needed and encouraged me along every step of the way. I truly couldn’t be more grateful.
- Post-graduation plans
After graduation, I am attending Augusta University to become a Physician Assistant. I ultimately would love to work in dermatology or pediatrics. I plan on eventually taking medication to my favorite place in the world, Romania.