Hannah is a senior majoring in economics and global affairs with a concentration in international development and minoring in education, schooling and society. She is originally from Rumson, NJ, but on campus she calls Farley Hall her home.
Of Farley she says “Farley truly feels like home! The community we have is amazing, and the minute you become a resident, you join the Farley Family. Being one of the oldest women’s dorms on campus we have plenty of traditions like Pop Farley week and Brownie mass, which only bring our community closer together. Not to mention, Farley’s location is unbeatable: right next to North Dining Hall with a view of the Golden Dome!”
Hannah is involved as an Undergraduate Research Assistant for the Pulte Institute of Global Development, the co-president for the Women in Economics Club, a member of the Notre Dame Triathlon Team, a co-chair for the Human Development Conference and an Admissions Tour Guide. This year she also conducted independent research on vocational education for girls in Uganda.
Hannah’s favorite Notre Dame tradition is touchdown push ups during football games! "You can truly feel the strength and support of the Notre Dame community when your peers throw you into the air 7 times, after a Fighting Irish touchdown."
Among other things, you can ask Hannah about transitioning to Notre Dame from a small high school, the major discernment process, study abroad and International Experiential Learning, service opportunities on campus, and undergraduate research.