My favorite thing about Honor Council would have to be that it’s much like a family more than an organization.
Bio: My name is Eshrat Oyeshee, and I am a Psychology major with a Cognitive Neuroscience minor at Rutgers University-Newark. During my time as an undergraduate student at RU-N, I have been a lab assistant at the Rutgers Newark Well Being Lab member as well as a member of the RU-N Honor Council for 3 years. During the 2019-2020 academic year, I served as an Honor Council Chief and assisted with coordinating events with the Office of Community Standards such as the “Know Your Code” tables. My work in the Rutgers-Newark Well-Being Lab, I examin how people’s view of life can impact their cognitive processes and behavioral motivation. I aspires to have a career in the medical field while advocating the importance of well-being and mental health to underprivileged communities.
About the Office: My favorite thing about Honor Council would have to be that it’s much like a family more than an organization. We are always there for each other and we are always there to watch each other grow and encourage each other. Advice that I would have for someone thinking about joining Honor Council is that it’s an awesome organization, you can learn a lot but it’s also a place where you can express your ideas and you can brainstorm things with other members and come up with amazing ways to help students and faculty on campus.