My name is Udokama Ezekwe and I am a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences. My major is Biochemistry and my minor is soon to be Africana Studies. I grew up on Long Island until the age of 10 and lived in Abuja, Nigeria from ages 10 to 17. Currently, I am on the pre-med track and in a long and rigorous pursuit of becoming a surgeon. I became an active Seawolf my sophomore year and since then have become involved in a number of organizations on campus. I am the Public Relations Officer of the African Students Union (ASU) and a Student Ambassador for the University. This past fall semester, I served as a mentor for the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP). I was paired with a freshman student and helped her adjust to Stony Brook and college life in terms of self care, academics and social life. I am also a member of the Student African American Sisterhood (SAAS) and Brothers and Sisters in Christ (BASIC). I've taught as an undergraduate TA for BIO 203 and CHE 130/CHE 131. I also work as a desk monitor for the Residential Safety Program. I am a recipient of the Presidential Scholarship and the Dexter & Angela Bailey Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URECA) Award. I have also been on the Dean's List ever semester.