Junior Major Moments: Law and Justice Major Nicolette Salzano

Exterior shot of the Owl statue and the back of Campbell Library.

Today we feature Law and Justice major and Psychology minor Nicolette Salzano. Nicolette is a transfer student living off-campus this fall. 

Can you please share a favorite moment with a faculty member or a favorite experience in one of your classes?

As a Law and Justice major, I have had numerous classes with Professor Houser. She is a great teacher, motivator and friend. She makes our classes engaging and interesting for each student and has worked closely with me to help me achieve success in the field. 

Law and Justice major Nicolette at a formal event.

What is the most amazing or interesting thing you’ve learned in your major this year? 

The most interesting thing I have learned in my major this year is how many vast options of work are available to me. Being a Law and Justice major, the opportunities are endless in the field. It is great to know I will always have something interesting going on in my everyday work life. 

What pre-professional experiences are helping to support your growth? 

I am a member of the Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority, Phi Kappa chapter here at Rowan. This chapter has expanded my horizons in so many different ways, such as making so many new and extraordinary friendships and always keeping busy with community and campus work. 

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Story by: 
Melanie Sbaraglio, public relations and advertising graduate

Header photo by:
Anthony Raisley