Steph Kotropoulos '26
Why psychology at Bryant?
I knew the School of Health and Behavioral Sciences was going to be a close-knit community and that I had the ability to create more personal relationships with my professors, which means a lot to me.
And Bryant allows me to explore both paths of education — behavioral science and business — in a more cohesive way.
Do you have a favorite professor?
Professor Joe Trunzo's passion for psychology is absolutely infectious. He comes from such an extensive background that it makes learning fascinating; he can talk about so many personal experiences. He is wholeheartedly for the students.
You have two minors. How do they complement your major?
I am a management minor as well as a women, gender, and sexuality studies minor. I chose management to have a better sense of how to handle the different groups of people that I’ll encounter in my life. If I open my own practice one day, these skills will come in handy.
I chose WGSS for my second minor because I want to pursue a career in sex therapy. I think human sexuality is one of the most fascinating things on the planet, and I know with the faculty on staff, I will dive deeper into the study more than I ever imagined.
How are you involved on campus?
I am a proud member of the Women's Bowling Team!
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