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Student Spotlights

Kristal Kramer

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  1. Major

    Public Relations & International Studies

  2. Minor

    International Business

  3. Hometown

    Burlington, WI

  4. Biography

    Member of CEP (Sept 2009 - Present) and now VP of Finance for CEP (2011-2012 Academic year)

    Member of the CIG Student Fellows program (2011-2012 academic year)

    Assistant Event Coordinator for the Office of Admissions (May 2011-Present)

    Admissions Tour Guide/Van Driver (January 2010-Present)

    American Lung Association Marketing/Event Coordination/PR Intern (November 2010 - March 2011)

    Vice President of Scholarship, Panhellenic Council (January 2011 - December 2011)

    Dance Marathon, Public Relations Committee (October 2010 - February 2011)

Questions and answers

Why did you choose to attend Baldwin-Wallace?

I chose to attend BW because of the personal touch that the people at BW extend to me. When I was going through the application process, current students called to ask if I had any questions. During Summer Orientation, every person I met, talked to, accidentally bumped into, was so nice and just happy to be here. Once I started classes, professors wanted to learn my name, asked me about my summer and how I was doing. My adviser has become one of my favorite people at BW. She answers every question I have, she challenges me on decisions I've made and she actively searches for "real-life" experiences for me.

What is your favorite thing about BW?

My favorite thing about BW is how wacky the people can be. Everyone is happy and full of energy. People dance on the way to class, sing in the shower, and find ways to laugh through every minute of the day. Public Relations professors like to tell you every event gone wrong. International Studies professors like to tell you goofy history facts. Being at BW is fun!

What has BW helped you learn about yourself?

BW has helped me learn how to properly time manage my schedule. Also I learned how to balance time between my studies and my extra-curricular.

What advice would you give to prospective students?

GET A PLANNER! Learn to write things down! In the fluster of everything that you're going to be a part of, learning how to write things down will save your life.