Pam provides one-on-one advising across a broad range of interests, covering topics including choice of concentration, skills assessment, career exploration, internships, experiential learning opportunities, post-graduation employment and graduate school planning in both individual and group settings. She specializes in business advising, international student advising, STEM career advising for all class years and mock medical school interviews.
Liaison to: The Davis International Center, the Keller Center and the following academic departments: astrophysical sciences, chemical and biological engineering, chemistry, civil & environmental engineering, computer science, ecology and evolutionary biology, electrical engineering, geosciences, mathematics, mechanical & aerospace engineering, molecular biology, neuroscience, operations research & financial engineering and physics.
A fun fact about me: I originally went to college to become a history teacher, but discovered I liked talking about the future more than the past – a discovery which led me to my career as a career adviser!
My favorite part of my job is: Connecting with former students on LinkedIn to follow the many intriguing career paths they take.
If I weren’t doing this job I’d be: Studying a bunch of different languages so I could live – and work – anywhere in the world!
My day is made better when: I discover a previously-unexplored pathway within campus.
I could give a 40-minute presentation with absolutely no preparation on: How to make super-fluffy matzah balls.