Treygan Adams


McNair Scholar Research Assistant

Treygan Adams is a third-year undergraduate student at the College of St. Scholastica. Treygan is a Psychology major with a minor in Sociology and is also a part of the McNair program at St. Scholastica, which assists first generation students, low income students, and students of color to pursue their dreams of graduate school. In the future, Treygan hopes to continue education and pursue a PhD in Clinical Counseling. Treygan's research interests include examining the relationship between flow states and well-being and how body-based and movement therapies act as an effective form of trauma intervention. Outside of the classroom, Treygan enjoys reading, trying new food, playing basketball, listening to music, and working as a Direct Support Professional.

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