Amanda Cremone ’12, Doctoral Candidate in the Neuroscience & Behavior Program, University of …

“The faculty at Merrimack really helped me to bolster my professional network. They created networking opportunities for me and encouraged me to be confident when approaching different people in the field.” As a student at Merrimack College, Amanda spent most of her time tucked away in the Psychology Department in Sullivan Hall. As a research assistant, she helped to develop experimental projects, recruit participants, and collect and analyze data. “I presented my research findings at multiple conferences throughout the country, which facilitated a number of amazing networking opportunities. In fact, it was at one of those conferences that Dr. Stroud introduced me to one of my graduate research advisors!” After graduating from Merrimack, Amanda took a full-time position as a technologist at Charles River Laboratories while she applied for graduate…


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