Kate Arnold is a junior double majoring in Neuroscience and Medical Anthropology, with a Pre-Med emphasis. She was inspired to join CET by the excellent professors she has had in anthropology and the sciences as well as by her passion for learning. As a member of the Undergraduate Fellows, she is excited to be a part of the mediation between students and faculty and to contribute to a learner-centered environment at USC.
In addition to her participation in CET, Kate serves as president of Interaxon Educational Outreach and Chief Operating Officer of Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity. She is a Trustee scholar and has received several distinctions during her time at USC, including Dean's list, a Summer Undergraduate Research Fund grant for her anthropology research in Brazil, and the Provost Fellowship for her research in neuroscience.