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Graduate Assisant

Amanda Hill photo with dog.

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Amanda Hill is a master's student in Animal Physiology studying the role that songbirds play in the dispersal of tick-borne diseases. She received a B.S. in Animal Science and a B.S. in Exercise Physiology from WVU in May 2016. She was a teaching assistant for the SURE program over the summer. 

During the fall and spring semester, Amanda will be working in the Honors College to help process applications such as study abroad, internships, contract courses, independent study, and undergraduate research. 

Amanda plans to attend veterinary school and pursue a career as an exotics veterinarian. Her favorite animal is a sea turtle. She enjoys playing soccer, working with dogs, and doing anything in the great outdoors.