Expected Graduation: Spring 2024
Hometown: Wenatchee, WA
Major: Animal Sciences – Pre-Veterinary
Minor: Food Science
Human Development Club Treasurer
Clerical Assistant for New Student Enrollment and New Coug Orientation
WSU Extension 4-H Washington State Teen Conference Intern
Get to Know Emma:
What is special about being a CAHNRS Coug?
Being a CAHNRS Coug means meeting so many different people in different fields, but all having an appreciation for growing and learning together.
Who is your favorite professor?
Dr. Irlbeck has a fun, interactive approach to teaching and has a real passion for her area of expertise (Animal Nutrition).
I chose WSU because of the community primarily, but I also love the Pullman area. There is such a diverse community and a wide range of opportunities for everyone that I really felt that I would find my place for the time being.
Other Facts About Emma:
Birthday: August 22
Emma lives with her twin sister and their three cats – all of which have very distinct and differing personalities!
Career Plans: Attending a graduate program in exotic and comparative animal nutrition to one day potentially work at an accredited zoo or aquarium