Ask current Michigan students questions about academics, campus life, dorm living, and more.
The University of Michigan has shut down campus visits and tours due to the coronavirus outbreak, and many families are worried about choosing a college without being able to visit in person and get a feel for campus life. In this Q&A session, we'll ask our panel of Michigan students a series of questions about everything ranging from campus life to athletics to the classroom experience. Webinar attendees will also get to participate in the second half of the Q&A.
Izzy Steinberg is a freshman from Rye Brook, New York in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. She plans to study Cognitive Science with a Decision and Cognition track. Izzy is a captain for Dance Marathon at UM and is a member of the Organizing Team for Wolverine Support Network. She is also a member of a social sorority, Alpha Delta Pi. In her free time, she enjoys dancing, hanging out with friends, and finding great restaurants in Ann Arbor.
Surina Sheth is a rising sophomore from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan in the Ross School of Business. She is getting her Bachelor in Business Administration with a concentration in finance. She hopes to either double major in the School of Public Health or minor in philosophy. Surina is a junior fund manager for UpRound, a venture capital accelerator and sourcer, an active member of Wolverine Support Network, VP of Recruitment for a nonprofit called Business BootCamp, and a member of her business fraternity, Pi Sigma Epsilon. Outside of school, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her friends, traveling, and scuba diving.
Rachel Penn is a freshman at the University of Michigan. She is in the college of Literature, Science and the Arts (LSA) majoring in psychology. She hopes to minor in gender and health studies. She is very involved in Dance Marathon at UM (dmum), a sister of Kappa Delta sorority, and a member of Salto Dance company.
Justin Levine is a sophomore from Westchester, New York in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. He is a double-major in Film, Television, and Media and Communications. He works as a prospective student tour guide, is a member of a social fraternity, and is a part of two student film organizations -- WOLV-TV and M-Agination Films. He was also in a Michigan Learning Community his freshman year, focused on writing and the arts and located on the Hill Campus.
Image courtesy of Ken Lund.