My name is Daniel Nero, and I am an English and Secondary Ed double-major with a minor in Women and Gender Studies. I call the little emerald island-town of Kodiak, Alaska (with all its little quirks and windmills and sandwich shacks) home.
It was during high school when I had my initial thought of making teaching my career. My English teacher for 10th and 11th grade became (and still is) a significant influence and a tremendous source of inspiration from me. Our conversations and interactions had proved that he was invested in my success. And I want to do that too —— I want to help.
People say that I’m everywhere, and it’s true —— I am everywhere. I love being involved on campus! I work for the university’s Residence Life department. I am also a member of the Gender and Sexualities Alliance, the Nanook Diversity and Actions Council, Alpha Phi Omega, English Major Union, Ice Box, Concert Board, and Traditions Board. If you see me anywhere, come say hi.
I can’t wait to meet all of you!
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