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- What is one of the best things you learned as a PSU student?
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- Why did you become a member of the CNJ Chapter?
- What are your hobbies?
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|Member Spotlight: Lisa Danwalder|
Name: Lisa Danwalder
Grad Year: 2004
Major: BA Media Studies, Minor Sociology
Company Name/Current Position: Sr. Buyer, Johnson & Johnson
What is one of the best things you learned as a PSU student?
I learned to think big and broad. The large and diverse student body and faculty revealed the possibility of different kinds of thinking (academic, artistic, intellectual, athletic, etc.).
What is one of your favorite memories from your time at PSU?
My favorite memory is the overall life at a large university set in a small town setting (the students, the classes, the exams (wait… not the exams), the parties, the snow ball fights, the many traditions, and football games).
Why did you become a member of the CNJ Chapter?
Being an alumni member not only keeps me both connected and up to date with happenings at the university, but it has also allowed me to build a local network. Our local chapter participates in many activities together, but most important is the time to gather with fellow Nittany Lions and reconnect with Penn State.
What are your hobbies?
I enjoy traveling, but these days I have been hooked on Wii. In real life, I enjoy jogging and walking the dogs. Being from Pittsburgh, I also enjoy watching the Steelers, and I am especially fond of incorporating the french fries in the sandwiches.