Shreya Gupta is a senior majoring in Psychology with a minor in the Biological Sciences. She is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Epsilon Delta honor societies. She serves in leadership positions in various organizations, such as the Douglass Research Advisory Board, STEM Ambassadors, Women in the Health Professions, Red Pine Ambassadors, and Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP). Shreya is a research assistant at the Wilma K. Olson Biopolymer Structures Lab, for which she has received the LSAMP Research Program Award, been selected for the LSAMP Summer Research Program, and been accepted into the Project SUPER Summer Research Scholars Program twice. She shares her interest in neuroscience with other women as a fellow at the Rutgers Brain Institute. She leverages her writing prowess as a Communications Intern at the School of Social Work, expands her clinical skills as a pediatric medical assistant, and spends her nights serving as a crisis counselor at the Crisis Text Line. Her passion for art has led her towards pursuing a certificate through the Gender and Arts Program, taking art classes at Rutgers, and creating artwork for patients at a local hospice center. Shreya is a recipient of the School of Arts and Sciences Excellence Award, and the Veronique Henriksen Junior Prize in Academic Achievement. She intends to pursue a career in clinical medicine after graduation.