Specialties include: Animal Science, Plant Science, Chemistry, Physics, Cultural Literature, Visual Studies, 19th and 20th Century American and British Literature, World Literature, Victorian Studies, as well as an aptitude for grammar and sentence structure.
Caitlyn is heavily interested in the field of Science generally, but more specifically she enjoys Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Bacteriology and BioChemistry. She also has a heavy interest in music no matter the genre, animals (with a great deal of knowledge about dogs and horses), as well as plants and gardening as a hobby. She is also passionate about mental health and helping people discover their strengths.
Caitlyn studied Biology at this institution while also maintaining the position of President over the campus' PTK Honor Society.
Caitlyn has spent three wonderful years earning a double major as well as a minor in the arts and sciences. During her studies at TAMU-SA, she also maintained the position of President of the TAMU-SA Biology Club from 2014-2016.
With this industry, Caitlyn has worked in reviewing articles and writing summaries that address the main topics for the researcher. With her knowledge of chemistry and animal science she has been able to assist in pulling out the most important ideas and topics to ensure that the primary researcher is adequately informed on their topic.
This work was done for academia. Caitlyn wrote the paper as a final project, however, her professor suggested the paper for future work and Caitlyn gladly agreed. She worked on the paper doing additional research and submitted the paper to the TAMU-SA symposium for undergraduate and graduate research.