Meet the UMBC Review Editors for the 2019 Edition...
Michelle Guldan (STEM Editor) is a junior who is studying biology and environmental science. She is interested in pursuing a career in scientific research and is grateful for the many research opportunities she has had at UMBC, including assisting in Dr. Leips' lab and working as the STEM editor for the UMBC Review.
Maxi Wardcantori (Arts and Humanities Editor) is a junior studying English Literature and Medieval & Early Modern Studies. In addition to working as the Humanities editor for the UMBC Review, she is also Junior Managing Editor of Bartleby Creative Arts Journal. She hopes to attend grad school and pursue a career in academia.
Ghina Ammar (Social Sciences Editor) is a junior majoring in Political Science and History. She is interested in pursuing a career in law and higher education. Ghina has learned and grown through her experience working as a lead research assistant with the SoDHI lab under Dr. Beatty Moody, UMBC Department of Psychology, and looks forward to working as the Social Sciences editor for the UMBC Review.
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