Undergraduate Departmental Representatives (UDRs)
The Undergraduate Departmental Representatives serve as a resource and representative for fellow majors and minors and potential majors and minors, and bring student concerns and/or ideas to the program faculty. They also provide feedback to the program chair, undergraduate advising head, and faculty regarding scheduling problems, course offerings, etc. and help organize events for majors, minors, and other interested students.
Haley is a senior, triple majoring in Biology, Chemistry, and Hispanic Studies. She is involved in a multitude of on- and off-campus activities. On campus, she is an e-board member of Adagio Dance Company, Hooked on Tap, and Liquid Latex and a member of Greek life. Off campus, she is a crisis counselor for the Crisis Text Line and a teacher at Temple Shalom in Newton. Haley hopes to become a bilingual genetic counselor and plans on attending graduate school for genetic counseling following graduation. In her (extremely limited) free time, Haley enjoys reading, watching Netflix, and spending time with her friends. FUN FACT: Haley has been dancing for 19 years and has danced in Disney World three times.
Albert is double majoring in Politics and Hispanic Studies and minoring in Legal Studies. He plays baseball for the Brandeis baseball team and writes for the Justice in his free time. He hopes to go to law school once he graduates and to one day become an attorney. In his free time, he loves to hike, rock climb, go to Disney, and play dominoes with his friends. FUN FACT: His favorite Disney movie is Toy Story.
Rebecca is a senior, double majoring in IGS and Hispanic Studies. During the second semester of her junior year, she studied abroad in Lima, Perú and loved it! If she’s not in class, you’ll find Rebecca at her job at Conference and Events or with Swing Dance Club. In her free time, she loves going for a run, spending time with friends, and traveling. FUN FACT: Rebecca has an identical twin sister who goes to Brandeis, too! So you may be seeing double on campus :)