A broad liberal arts undergraduate education should expand the students’ understanding of their own social context, increase their knowledge of individual behavior and facilitate their adjustment to a rapidly changing social world by preparing them to recognize and appreciate cultural diversity. Each of the disciplines of anthropology, psychology, and sociology offer distinct, but complementary, approaches to the study of human physiology, cognition, and behavior from a scientific and rational perspective that includes experimentation, observation.

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Katelyn Greenman

Katelyn Greenman, a native of Spring Hill, Tennessee, is a psychology major with a music minor. She is also part of Lee’s 4+1 program, which means she has a head start on graduate classes. “I really feel that the Lord brought me to Lee,” Katelyn said. “Overall, my time here has shaped me so positively, and I feel very ready to enter post-graduate life with this foundation.” At Lee, Greenman serves as the president of Life 423, a service club that mentors local middle school girls from a Christian perspective. She is also a member of Psi Chi, Alpha Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, and Lee University Singers.