Kathryn Smith is a Junior majoring in Human Development Family Studies with a concentration in child and adolescent development. She hopes to help people realize the wonders of going outside and immersing themselves in nature. She is excited to tell people about the many benefits of being in nature. Kathryn is involved with several RSO’s on campus including Outdoor Adventure Club and the Sustainability Living Learning Community. She works with these RSO’s to better students’ lives by encouraging people to live in a more sustainable way and to connect with their roots. When not working, Kathryn enjoys camping, canoeing, working-out, backpacking, and traveling. When the weather is unpleasant out, she likes to watch sitcoms, read books, and draw sketches.
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