2017-18 Student Advisory Committee Members

Aoife Casey, HE 2019

Aoife is a junior from Westchester County, NY studying Human Biology, Health, and Society in the College of Human Ecology. In addition to enjoying her time as an SAC member, you can also find her volunteering for the Cayuga Heights Fire Department and working as a lifeguard at Teagle or Helen Newman! In her spare time, Aoife enjoys going to the gym, exploring Ithaca, and eating yummy food. Feel free to contact her anytime at amc436@cornell.edu.

Carolina Duque, CALS 2019

Carolina is a junior Biological Science major from Hamilton, ON, Canada. When not hidden away in her immunology lab, you can usually find Carolina by the water swimming, lifeguarding or looking for waterfalls. In her free time Carolina loves to travel, read, and explore Ithaca. She is very excited to plan events with the SAC and work with all the tradition fellows. Contact her anytime at cd483@cornell.edu

Brad Heinzinger, CALS 2018

Brad is a senior currently studying Bioengineering in CALS and minoring in Biomedical Engineering. He grew up on a small horse ranch in Perkiomenville, PA where he learned the value of hard work and acquired his love of animals. If he isn't planning an event with the SAC or OSC he can be found taking naps in one of the many gardens around campus or playing board games with his freshman year roommates. Brad enjoys being a member of the boxing, sport combat and CU Cypher clubs here on campus. Feel free to email him at boh7@cornell.edu for anything!

Christina Kennedy, CALS 2020

Christina is a sophomore from Westchester, New York studying Animal Science in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. In addition to being a Tradition fellow and SAC member, Christina dedicates her time on campus to the co-ed community service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega, her teachers assistant position, and her job at the Cornell Store. Christina's favorite activities include over-using her BRB's, movie-watching, and traveling whenever the opportunity presents itself. Feel free to contact her for any reason at cmk258@cornell.edu.


Katherine Kropid, HA 2020

Hailing from the Twin Ports area of Minnesota and Wisconsin, Kate is a sophomore in the Hotel School. Being a Tradition Fellow has been one of her most valued experiences at Cornell and she is excited to share this passion as a member of the SAC. When she's not hanging around Statler, Kate can be found working at Agava Restaurant, hiking, exploring Ithaca, or Googling anything and everything. Feel free to contact her anytime at kgk38@cornell.edu

Nick Johansen, AS 2020

Nick is a sophmore in the College of Arts & Sciences. He's studying Physics and Italian and loves almost anything related to math. He's from Madison, NJ and joined the SAC after enjoying his work at home in Scouting, high school, and church. Despite being from NJ, Nick is a die-hard Patriots fan and loves to talk about football and other sports. He also loves Star Wars and is super excited for the new releases in the coming years. In his spare time, he enjoys being outdoors, enjoying the scenery of Cornell and Ithaca, and watching Netflix. He can be reached anytime at naj34@cornell.edu.

Christiana Psichas, CALS 2018

Christiana is a senior from Hyde Park, NY studying Food Science, in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. She is really excited to be part of SAC and is looking forward to meeting all of the Tradition Fellows. In addition, she is involved in research, is the chocolate club president, and loves going to the gym. In her spare time, she likes hanging out with friends, loves a great cup of coffee, and enjoys trying new foods. Feel free to contact her at anytime at cmp255@cornell.edu.

Mark Sabol, CALS 2019

Mark only travels 45 minutes from his home in rural New York to campus. He is just finishing his junior year in Cornell’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, pursuing a degree in Plant Science. When he isn’t working in his lab in Plant Pathology, he can be glimpsed running along some of his favorite trails, or eating copious amounts of takeout. If you see him on campus, he’s bound to be wearing plaid, corduroy, or a combination of the two.  Over the weekends, he enjoys volunteering in Ithaca, or assisting his volunteer fire department at home. Feel free to contact Mark anytime at mrs359@cornell.edu.