Julie Taylor

Julie TaylorJulie, a graduate psychology major, chose Texas A&M University-Commerce because of her interest in the university's psychology program. Julie's chief interest involves teaching children about developmental disabilities and increasing their sensitivity toward disabled children.

"A&M-Commerce has a wonderful program and it's making great advances," Julie said.

As a graduate assistant for Dr. Kashunda Williams and Dr. Jennifer Schroeder, Julie has enjoyed opportunities to participate in various research projects pertaining to her career goals. In addition to her academic endeavors, Julie is also a student leader in Psi Chi, and represents A&M-Commerce for the national organization.

For Julie, faculty members like Drs. Williams and Schroeder make the A&M-Commerce program effective by providing both a solid academic foundation as well as guidance for their students. "My professors do everything they can to help us as we progress through the program," Julie said.

Julie Taylor

Julie, a graduate psychology major, chose Texas A&M University-Commerce because of her interest in the university’s psychology program. Julie’s chief interest involves teaching children about developmental disabilities and increasing their sensitivity toward disabled children.

            “A&M-Commerce has a wonderful program and it’s making great advances,” Julie said.

            As a graduate assistant for Dr. Kashunda Williams and Dr. Jennifer Schroeder, Julie has enjoyed opportunities to participate in various research projects pertaining to her career goals. In addition to her academic endeavors, Julie is also a student leader in Psi Chi, and represents A&M-Commerce for the national organization.

            For Julie, faculty members like Drs. Williams and Schroeder make the A&M-Commerce program effective by providing both a solid academic foundation as well as guidance for their students. “My professors do everything they can to help us as we progress through the program,” Julie said.

Julie, a graduate psychology major, chose Texas A&M University-Commerce because of her interest in the university’s psychology program. Julie’s chief interest involves teaching children about developmental disabilities and increasing their sensitivity toward disabled children.

            “A&M-Commerce has a wonderful program and it’s making great advances,” Julie said.

            As a graduate assistant for Dr. Kashunda Williams and Dr. Jennifer Schroeder, Julie has enjoyed opportunities to participate in various research projects pertaining to her career goals. In addition to her academic endeavors, Julie is also a student leader in Psi Chi, and represents A&M-Commerce for the national organization.

            For Julie, faculty members like Drs. Williams and Schroeder make the A&M-Commerce program effective by providing both a solid academic foundation as well as guidance for their students. “My professors do everything they can to help us as we progress through the program,” Julie said.