Meet Our UDRs
Meet our 2014–2015 UDRs soon!
The Romance Studies Undergraduate Departmental Representatives (UDRs) serve as a resource for fellow majors and minors and potential majors and minors, and bring student concerns and ideas to the department faculty and staff. They provide feedback regarding scheduling problems, course offerings, etc. and help organize events for majors, minors and other interested students.
French and Francophone Studies
Charlotte Erb is a senior, double majoring in French and Anthropology. In addition to being a French and Francophone Studies UDR, she is a coordinator for The English Language Learning Initiative, a UDR for the Anthropology Department, and she plays the viola in the orchestra and chamber groups. She studied abroad in spring of 2013 in Paris and after graduation she would like to travel! FUN FACT: She loves to snorkel!
Selene Campion is a senior, double majoring in French and International and Global Studies. In Spring 2013, she studied abroad in Paris, fell in love with the city, and plans to return after graduation for a gap year before attending law school. In addition to being a French and Francophone Studies UDR, she writes for the Justice and is a Waltham Group coordinator for Brandeis' chapter of Habitat for Humanity. FUN FACT: She loves photography and works in community-based agriculture.
Anjulika Sahgal is a junior, double majoring in Anthropology and Health: Science, Society and Policy and minoring in French. In addition to being a French and Francophone Studies UDR, she is involved with Companion to Elders and STAR. She will be studying abroad in Paris during the spring of 2014. Her dream job is to become an epidemiologist because she is interested in medical anthropology and it will also enable her to travel. FUN FACT: She eats tomatoes like apples!
Jennifer H. Kim is a senior, majoring in Hispanic Studies and minoring in Business. In addition to being a Hispanic Studies UDR, she is a chairperson for Culture X 2013, a peer counselor at STAR and a member of the Student Conduct Board. She is a Social Media Coordinator Intern at Mochi Magazine. She is also a PR Coordinator for the Brandeis Korean Club Language Initiative (BKCLI) and a SKIN Coordinator for BAASA. Her dream job is to be an event planner, and she loves baking in her free time! FUN FACT: Even though she loves baking, she does not have much of a sweet tooth!
Sabrina Libretti is a junior, double majoring in Biology and Health: Science, Society and Policy and minoring in Hispanic Studies. During her time at Brandeis, she has been involved in Hospital Helpers, Junior Brandeis Achievers, and SPECTRUM. She is also a member of the Quidditch team, Brandeis ESS and Splash! She works at the office of The Arc of Massachusetts. Next year, in addition to being a Hispanic Studies UDR, she will be a PERC Fellow! She has not studied abroad but plans to go to Honduras on the Global Brigades medical trip in February. After graduating from Brandeis, she plans to attend medical school in hopes of becoming a pediatrician. Her dream job is being able to help people everyday! She loves listening to music and spending time with friends. In the summer, she loves going to the beach and reading in the sun. FUN FACT: She won the "Most Distinguished Laugh" award in her senior year of high school!
Annie Bodian is a senior majoring in Italian and minoring in music. She is also working towards a masters degree in elementary education with the Brandeis MAT program. During the fall of 2012, she studied Italian language and culture in Perugia and ate her way through most of Northern and Central Italy. When she’s not student teaching or yapping away in Italian, she loves to cook, read, and drink bottomless cups of coffee. Next year, Annie will be teaching 3rd grade at an international school in Thailand. FUN FACT: She has a large collection of eclectic socks.