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Schaub, Gayle (interviewer)

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Thorbjornsen, Scott

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2016-04-26

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Interview with Scott Thorbjornsen conducted by Gayle Schaub for the GVSU Libraries' Connected Exhibit, displayed in September 2016. Edited clips of interviews accompanied watercolor portraits of students and an interactive watercolor activity for exhibit visitors. Scott is an allied health science major, emphasizing in speech language pathology. A multi-sport athlete in high school, Scott thought about physical therapy and engineering before deciding on his current major. He became involved in GVSU Crew as soon as he arrived on campus his freshman year. Scott acknowledges that rowing is a physically and mentally demanding, time-consuming sport, but he feels it has given him perspective and taught him the self discipline to face whatever adversity he may encounter. Through rowing, Scott has developed friendships that, hopefully, will continue long after graduation. Scott’s strong athletic ability and keen interest in coaching make working in a school an interesting possibility for him, so that he might combine his academic and personal interests in his profession

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University Libraries. Connected exhibit files



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