Undergraduate Departmental Representatives
Undergraduate Departmental Representatives (UDR) serve as a resource and representative for fellow majors and potential majors, and bring student concerns and ideas to the department faculty. They provide open avenues of communication between undergraduate students and departmental faculty. UDRs serve as student representatives, organize events for majors and other interested students and provide feedback to the department regarding undergraduate issues including but not limited to scheduling course offerings and more. They are your main contact or liaison to the psychology department.
Meet our 2018–2019 UDRs
Lauren is a junior from New York City majoring in psychology and minoring in history. Her main interest is in clinical psychology and she aspires to be a psychotherapist. Lauren is a research assistant in the Aging, Culture and Cognition Lab, a teaching assistant at Lemberg Children's Center, and a STAR Peer Counselor. In her free time, you can find her eating her way through Moody Street, exploring art museums, hiking and dreaming about Copenhagen where she will be studying clinical psychology abroad in the Spring. If you have any questions about the psychology major or psychology related opportunities outside of the classroom, she would be more than happy to meet with you.
Akshiti or Ash is a senior from Mumbai, India, double majoring in psychology and education studies, and minoring in business and economics. After an amazing semester of studying abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland, she spent her summer at home, interning in a child development organization as part of the mental health team. At Brandeis, Akshiti is a Roosevelt Fellow, and co- president of the Adagio Dance Company. In her free time, you can find her traveling, hiking, exploring Boston, watching movies, or curled up in a cosy café with a good book. Akshiti is really excited to meet you, and answer any questions you may have!
Maya is a junior from Connecticut majoring in psychology and neuroscience. She is mainly interested in the cognitive and biological factors involved in psychopathology and hopes to pursue a career in research. Maya is also a research assistant in the CoPE lab and a volunteer with the BeWISE Stanley Elementary Mentor program. She also loves exploring Boston, painting, Netflix, adorable photos of kittens, and answering any questions you may have about the psychology major or related topics.