The Meet Your PALs Series introduces you to UNH Manchester's Peer Assistant Leaders (PALs), who help first-year students adjust to campus life. This week's PAL is Mamady Sankoh '21, a biological sciences major and graduate of Manchester Central High School.
The is my first year as a PAL, and I am excited to welcome new students and I am looking forward to helping students transition to college and be the best they can be and make the most out of their college experience.
My advice is to get to know your professors. In my experience, getting to know my professors and introducing myself helped me to enjoy the class as an opportunity to learn from someone I know and respect. I also felt more comfortable asking for help. I would also recommend students take advantage of the tutoring that is offered at the Center for Academic Enrichment.
UNH Manchester is closer to home and affordable.
Freshmen Orientation. I had lots of fun and the Orientation Leaders made it worthwhile.
My favorite class was Geography of the Non-Western World because I was interested in learning about other countries around the world. I found it fascinating how geography has played important roles in the evolution of people.
I plan on working in the medical field maybe as a family medicine doctor.
Doctor, actress, singer, model and fashion designer.
Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
I have a YouTube channel.
To be a full time YouTuber, specifically making videos about health, beauty and lifestyle.
I would go with my friends on a cross country trip to every amusement and water park.
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