8. Who are you?
If you feel comfortable sharing, we’d love to learn more about you! Where are you from? What are some of your horizontal and vertical identities? How do these identities influence your perspective on the previous topics, such as gender, sexual orientation, race, disability, and mental health? Have you had any unique life experiences that color your views on these topics? What do you want people to know about you? Do you have any concerns about your transition to the Human Genetics program or about living in Baltimore? Is there anything else that you’d like to share with the Equity in Genetics committee?
What are some of your current hobbies? How do you plan to become involved in the Hopkins community? Using the above links, make a list of the student groups that you may be interested in joining. Are there any new hobbies or activities that you’d like to try? Are you interested in community outreach in Baltimore?