Life at Wittenberg
Graduation Year: 2010
Minor: Computer Science
Greek Life: Delta Tau Delta Fraternity
Extra Curricular Activities: Class of 2010 Vice President, Greek Senator
Most Helpful Courses: “Liberal Arts” classes really opened up my eyes at Wittenberg. I came there knowing that I like science, so naturally I knew that I would be taking quite a few courses in that field. I never expected to find myself in a Dance History class or Psychology class, though. It’s those classes, the ones that you take “just to fulfill some Gen Ed credit”, that become the most rewarding. For me, they really opened up my eyes to different fields of study and introduced me to new concepts that I would’ve never even touched base with.
Courses You Wish You Would’ve Taken: I always heard very high ratings regarding the Intro Astronomy class and the Improvisations class. Unfortunately, I never had the change to take either, but I feel I really would’ve enjoyed them.
Most Helpful Experiences: Honestly, Community Service really opened my eyes at Wittenberg. I delayed doing it (which is exactly what they tell you NOT to do on freshman orientation day) until the summer of my senior year. I ended up doing volunteer work at the Interfaith Hospitality Network in Springfield, and I absolutely loved it. I met tons of new people, and really felt like I made an impact. It was one of my more memorable moments at school, and it made me wish I had done something like that earlier in my college career.
First Job: Lifeguarding at a local pool during the summer.
Current Job: Sales Associate/ Retail
Simply put, I talk to people and sell stuff.
Marital status: Single
Email: cneike10 AT gmail.com
Currently Living in: Pickerington, OH Updated 12/1/10