Alix Fisk

Topeka, KS, Applied Behavioral Science & Public Administration, Minor in Anthropology
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Alix Fisk (she/her/hers) is a senior from Topeka, KS. She is double majoring in Public Administration and Applied Behavioral Science with a specialty in Community Health and Development, and minoring in Anthropology. She plans to attend graduate school. Alix does research in Dr. Derek Reed’s Applied Behavioral Economics lab, and has previous experience in community-based research around Adverse Childhood Experiences and adult health outcomes. She is involved in the Center for Community Outreach as a program coordinator for Hawks for Health, serves on the student advisory board for the Center for Service Learning, is a research ambassador and honors peer mentor. In her spare time, she enjoys going to coffee shops with friends and watching live music. ​

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