Stephanie Santo Independent Scholar/student/hobbyist Commons username: @stephaniesanto Following 0 members View ProfileActivitySites 16CORE deposits 0Following 0Followers 1Groups 72DiscussionsDocs Academic InterestsAudiologyBusiness CommClinical PsychologyCognitive DramaComputational NeuroscienceDisability studiesFinTechFood and NutritionFood ScienceForensic PsychologyForensic ScienceLegal HumanitiesLegal studiesLegal TechMedical humanitiesMusic Theory and AnalysisNarrative medicineNeuro OptometryNeurodiversityNeuroeconomicsNeuroengineeringNeuroethicsneurohumanitiesNeurolawNeuromarketingNeuroscienceNeuroscience and MusicNeuroscience and StatisticsNeurotheaterNutritional NeurosciencePsychiatric EthicsPsychiatric PharmacyPsychologyPublic healthPublic Health DentistrySociology of LawSpeech Language PathologyTheater ScienceUsability Engineering Commons GroupsHCAlchemyAncient NumismaticsArchitectural History and TheoryArtificial IntelligenceAutofictionBiolinguisticsBolivian StudiesBosnian, Croatian, Serbian StudiesByzantine StudiesCastle studiesChristian Arabic StudiesComics Scholarship/Comics StudiesConspiracy CultureCritical Disability StudiesDanceEcomusicologyEnvironmental HumanitiesEquine History CollectiveEthnomusicologyExile Studies Recent Commons Activity joined the group Graphic Medicine joined the group Ecomusicology joined the group War Studies EducationNew York University (Class of 2020): M.A. Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Class of 2018): Majors: Psychology; Communication Minor: Sociology Certificates: Leadership; Diversity; Pre-Health Careers; Criminology, Law, and Society; Columbia University (Summer 2017) Certificate: Human Rights Blog Posts Projects I am currently writing a long piece about disability, law, and history (with a large section about the health fields) just to prove that I can. I’m keeping it as vague as possible here. It will likely be all over the place and it’s not really for any particular purpose besides 1. Coming to a truth and 2. Proving to myself that I can. I don’t perceive I will be admitted into a program that allows me to do this (nor does it align with my career goals at the moment) and this is my way of writing something that resembles legal scholarship in case I don’t do both medical school and law school.