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Emma Smith

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Profile

Passionate Forensic Psychology student with excellent critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Team-oriented individual with the important ability to function well in fast-paced environments.

Education

2018 - present, Forensic Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, New York

Minor: Criminology

2015 - 2018, Non-Degree Undergraduate Major, Queens College, CUNY, Flushing

The CUNY Early College Initiative (ECI) designs, develops, and supports schools that make earning a college degree more accessible, affordable, and attainable. The ECI at CUNY has a rigorous college-prep curriculum with the opportunity for students to earn up to two years of college credit while in high school.

Work Experience

2017 - 2019, Freelance Tutor

- Tutor range of primary and secondary school students

- Review Math, Science, History, Spanish and English

- Prepare students for New York regents exam, ELA and Mathematics Tests

Volunteering

2020 - present, Ambassador, Robbie's Hope

- Represented Robbie's Hope

- Participate in the different campaigns and activities to spread awareness

2020 - present, Volunteer, Smithsonian, New York

- Transcribe historic documents

- Review transcriptions of other volunteers

2020 - present, Volunteer, John Jay Student Council Social Media Team, New York

-Plan campaigns, set goals, and deadlines

-Strategize on connecting and engaging with the student body through social media

-Research student-lead organizations and campus events

01/2017 - 02/2018, Volunteer, Best Friends Pet Adoption Center, New York

- Dog Walking

- Taking Inventory

- Participating in Strut Your Mutt

Research Experience

2019 - present, Undergraduate Researcher, Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program

Two-year federal TRIO program funded by the U.S Department of Education designed to prepare underrepresented undergraduate students for doctoral studies. 

Research Mentor: Veronica Johnson, PhD

Research Project: Lo Occulto: Racial Trauma in Latinx Communities

2019 - present, Undergraduate Researcher, Workplace Racism Lab

Principle Investigator: Veronica Johnson, PhD

Research Project: Racial discrimination In the Workplace

-Utilized open source search engines and library data bases to preform meta-analysis.

2020 - present, Research Assistant, Interdisciplinary Research Team

Principle Investigators: Giazu Encisodominguez, PhD and Olivera Jokić, PhD

Research Project: Racial Microaggressions in the JJ Classroom: Undergraduate Research and Social Impact

-Gathered quotes from students to understand microagressions experienced in the classroom and how these experiences can affect undergraduate research.

Research Project: Academic Activism Through Art: Highlighting Student Experiences in The Classroom

-Utilize quotes form student interviews to understand microagressions experienced in the classroom and creative visual art to represent findings.

Conferences/ Presentations

10/2020, Eleventh Annual Pedagogy, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Academic Activism Through Art: Highlighting Student Experiences in The Classroom

Visual Presentation

Video Presentation

08/2020, Teaching and Learning Center, John Jay College of Criminal Justice,CUNY

Racial Microaggressions in the JJ Classroom: Undergraduate Research and Social Impact

Oral Presentiation

07/2020, UCLA McNair Conference, University of California,Los Angeles

Proposal: “Racial trauma in Latinx communities”

Oral Presentiation

02/2020, New York/ New Jersey Metro McNair Scholars Poster Conference, Rutgers University

Awards

2019 - 2021, Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program
2018 - 2019, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Dean's List Recipient

Certificates

07/2020, Accenture Virtual Experience Program Participant (2020)

Participated in the open-access Accenture Virtual Experience Program with Inside Sherpa

09/2019, Adult Mental Health First Aid, National Council for Behavioral Health
09/2018, Protection of Human Subject sand Responsible Conduct of Research Certificate, Colaborative Institutional Training Initiative’s (CITI)

Skills

Languages
English
Spanish
Coding/ Software
R

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